JPH0220391A - Image-receiving sheet for heat-sensitive transfer recording - Google Patents

Image-receiving sheet for heat-sensitive transfer recording

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JPH0220391A
JPH0220391A JP63168850A JP16885088A JPH0220391A JP H0220391 A JPH0220391 A JP H0220391A JP 63168850 A JP63168850 A JP 63168850A JP 16885088 A JP16885088 A JP 16885088A JP H0220391 A JPH0220391 A JP H0220391A
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Masao Matsukawa
松川 正男
Yoshifumi Iimori
飯森 良文
Koichi Hirata
浩一 平田
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Sanyo Kokusaku Pulp Co Ltd
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PURPOSE:To obtain an image-receiving paper which provides a recorded image with high resolution and high density and has high size stability, and is free from curling after printing by casting the coat of a mixture of dyeable resin and pigment using a machine glazed paper made by a Yankee paper machine. CONSTITUTION:High size stability can be obtained even under strict environmental conditions by using a machine glazed paper made as a base using a Yankee paper machine. A coating liquid for cast coating consists of a various resins which demonstrate chromatophillia to dye which is used for sublimable heat- transfer sheet, and pigment as essential components. The transfer-recording sheet and the image-receiving sheet 3 are sandwiched between a thermal head 1 and a pressure paper feed roller 4. Then transferred dots are selectively formed on the image-receiving sheet to form a character image by heating the heat-generating element of the thermal head with any appropriate timing while the two kinds of sheet are fed by the roller 4 in an arrow direction. An ink layer 2a on a desired place is transferred to the image-receiving sheet 3 through melting/vaporization or sublimation to allow an ink layer 2b to be fixed to the image-receiving sheet 3.

Description

【発明の詳細な説明】 〔産業上の利用分野〕 本発明は感熱転写記録用受像紙に関するものであり、特
に昇華型感熱転写記録に於ける優れた階調表現性と解像
度とを有する感熱転写記録用受像紙を提供することを目
的とするものである。
[Detailed Description of the Invention] [Field of Industrial Application] The present invention relates to an image-receiving paper for thermal transfer recording, and in particular to a thermal transfer paper having excellent gradation expression and resolution in sublimation type thermal transfer recording. The purpose is to provide recording paper.

〔従来の技術〕[Conventional technology]

昇華型感熱転写記録方式では昇華性染料を含有するイン
クを転写層とする熱転写シートを被熱転写シート(受像
シート)と重ねて共に走行させ熱転写シートの背面(転
写層の反対面)よりサーマルヘッドなどの加熱印字手段
により記録を行なうものであり、熱転写記録紙(受像紙
)としては−般的に普通紙、コート紙或いは合成紙やポ
リエステルの様なプラスチックフィルムシートの上に染
料に対して可染性を示す樹脂を含む記録層を設けたもの
が使用されている。この様な記録紙では染料の染着性を
向上させる為に受像シートにポリエステル樹脂を塗工す
る方法などが提唱されている(特開昭6.0−1221
92号)。
In the sublimation type thermal transfer recording method, a thermal transfer sheet with an ink containing sublimable dye as a transfer layer is overlapped with a thermal transfer sheet (image receiving sheet) and run together, and a thermal head etc. Thermal transfer recording paper (image-receiving paper) is generally plain paper, coated paper, synthetic paper, or a plastic film sheet such as polyester that is dyeable. A recording layer containing a resin that exhibits properties is used. For such recording paper, a method has been proposed in which the image-receiving sheet is coated with a polyester resin in order to improve the dye adhesion (Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 6.0-1221).
No. 92).

〔発明が解決しようとする課題〕[Problem to be solved by the invention]

しかしながら普通紙、コート紙上に記録層を設けたもの
は平滑性が劣り、転写濃度が低く、ドツトの再現性も劣
る為、フルカラー記録用に、更に高解像度、高濃度の記
録を得る為の改良が望まれている。
However, plain paper or coated paper with a recording layer has poor smoothness, low transfer density, and poor dot reproducibility, so improvements were made to obtain higher resolution and higher density recording for full color recording. is desired.

記録層表面をスーパーカレンダー処理などにより平滑度
を高める方法が採られているが未だ充分な表面の平滑性
が得られていないのが現状である。
Although methods have been adopted to increase the smoothness of the surface of the recording layer, such as by subjecting it to supercalender treatment, the current situation is that sufficient surface smoothness has not yet been obtained.

一方、合成紙の如きプラスチックフィルムをべ−スに記
録層を設けたものは記録紙表面の平滑性には優れ、記録
性は良好ではあるが、腰の弱さや(感熱転写)印字記録
後の記録面へのカールが問題となり改良が望まれている
On the other hand, synthetic paper with a recording layer based on a plastic film has an excellent smoothness on the surface of the recording paper and good recording performance, but it also has weak stiffness (thermal transfer) and Curl on the recording surface is a problem and improvements are desired.

本発明者等は昇華型感熱記録方式に用いる昇華型感熱転
写記録用受像紙の改良に就いて鋭意検討した結果、紙ベ
ースで寸法安定性に優れ極めて高解像度で且つ高い記録
画像を得られる受像シートを完成するに至った。
The inventors of the present invention have conducted intensive studies on improving the image receiving paper for sublimation type thermal transfer recording used in the sublimation type thermal recording method.As a result, the present inventors have found that the paper-based image receiving paper has excellent dimensional stability and can obtain extremely high resolution and high quality recorded images. I ended up completing the sheet.

〔課題を解決するための手段〕[Means to solve the problem]

即ち本発明は感熱転写インクリボンシートから転写像を
受理する昇華型感熱転写記録用受像紙に於いて、ヤンキ
ー抄紙機で抄造された片艶紙の少なくとも片面にキャス
トコート法にて可染性を示す樹脂と顔料とを含む記録層
を設けたことを特徴とする感熱転写記録用受像紙に関す
るものである。
That is, the present invention provides an image receiving paper for sublimation type heat-sensitive transfer recording that receives a transferred image from a heat-sensitive transfer ink ribbon sheet. The present invention relates to an image-receiving paper for thermal transfer recording, characterized in that it is provided with a recording layer containing the resin and pigment shown below.

図は本発明シートの感熱転写記録方法の原理を示す説明
用側断面図である。
The figure is an explanatory side sectional view showing the principle of the thermal transfer recording method for the sheet of the present invention.

図中、1はサーマルヘッド、2はインクシート。In the figure, 1 is a thermal head and 2 is an ink sheet.

2aは感熱転写インク層、 2bは転写されたインク層
2a is a thermal transfer ink layer, 2b is a transferred ink layer.

3は受像シート、 3aは感熱転写受像層、4は抑圧兼
紙送りローラを夫々示している。
3 is an image-receiving sheet, 3a is a thermal transfer image-receiving layer, and 4 is a suppression/paper feeding roller.

図に示す様に感熱転写記録方法はサーマルヘッド1と抑
圧兼紙送りローラ4との間に転写記録シートと受像シー
ト3とを挟持し、ローラー4により、この2種類のシー
トを矢印の方向に送りながら適当なタイミングでサーマ
ルヘッドの発熱体を加熱することにより受像シート上に
選択的に転写ドツトを形成させ文字画像を形成させるの
である。
As shown in the figure, in the thermal transfer recording method, a transfer recording sheet and an image receiving sheet 3 are sandwiched between a thermal head 1 and a suppression/feeding roller 4, and the roller 4 moves these two types of sheets in the direction of the arrow. By heating the heating element of the thermal head at an appropriate timing while feeding, transfer dots are selectively formed on the image receiving sheet to form a character image.

感熱転写記録方法は目的とする場所のインク層を溶融気
化或いは昇華せしめて受像シートに転移させインク層を
受像シートに定着させることが重要なポイントである。
An important point of the thermal transfer recording method is to melt and vaporize or sublimate the ink layer at the desired location, transfer it to the image receiving sheet, and fix the ink layer to the image receiving sheet.

本発明の感熱転写記録用受像紙と従来のものとの大きな
差はヤンキー抄紙機で抄造された寸法安定性を有する片
艶紙を用いることにあり、更に片艶紙の少なくとも片面
にキャストコート法にて可染性を有する樹脂と顔料とを
含む記録層を設け、高平滑な表面性を有する受像紙を得
ることにある。
The major difference between the image-receiving paper for thermal transfer recording of the present invention and conventional paper is that it uses a dimensionally stable single-gloss paper made on a Yankee paper machine. The object of the present invention is to provide an image-receiving paper having a highly smooth surface by providing a recording layer containing a dyeable resin and a pigment.

〔作用〕[Effect]

キャストコート法では塗被工程を経た湿潤状態にあるシ
ートが鏡面を有する1本の直径の大きい乾燥ドライヤー
(キャストドラム)の表面に強く圧着されて乾燥される
。従ってシートは緊張状態で乾燥され、乾燥時に横方向
への収縮が著しく制約される。従って再度吸水しても横
方向への伸びは極めて小さい。
In the cast coating method, a wet sheet that has undergone a coating process is strongly pressed onto the surface of a large-diameter dryer (cast drum) having a mirror surface and dried. The sheet is therefore dried under tension, and lateral shrinkage during drying is significantly restricted. Therefore, even if water is absorbed again, the elongation in the lateral direction is extremely small.

また、基紙としてヤンキー抄紙機で抄造された片艶紙を
用いることにより厳しい環境条件下でも優れた寸法安定
性が得られることを見い出したのである。
Furthermore, they have discovered that excellent dimensional stability can be obtained even under harsh environmental conditions by using single-gloss paper made on a Yankee paper machine as the base paper.

ヤンキー抄紙機は一般の抄紙機と異なり、乾燥工程は多
筒シリンダードライヤーではなく、メインの乾燥装置は
所謂ヤンキードライヤーと称する1本の直径の大きいド
ライヤーである。シートは湿潤状態で、このドライヤー
の表面に密着して乾燥される。従って前述のキャストド
ラムの場合と同じ原理によって片艶紙は通常の上質紙に
比べて寸法安定性が極めて良好である。
Yankee paper machines are different from general paper machines in that the drying process is not carried out using a multi-cylinder dryer, but the main drying device is a single large-diameter dryer called a Yankee dryer. The sheet is wet and is dried in close contact with the surface of the dryer. Therefore, based on the same principle as in the case of the cast drum described above, single-gloss paper has extremely good dimensional stability compared to ordinary high-quality paper.

片艶紙の水中伸度は一般上質紙の40〜70%である。The underwater elongation of single gloss paper is 40 to 70% of that of general high-quality paper.

この片艶紙を基紙としてキャスト法により記録層を設け
た記録紙は、サーマルヘッドより片面(記録面)に熱を
受ける感熱転写受像シートに用いる場合、合成紙ベース
の如きフィルムタイプの受像シートに比べて耐カール性
に非常に優れていることが認められた。つまり印字後も
カールを生じなかった。
When a recording paper with a recording layer formed by a casting method using this single-gloss paper as a base paper is used as a thermal transfer image-receiving sheet that receives heat on one side (recording surface) from a thermal head, it can be used as a film-type image-receiving sheet such as a synthetic paper base. It was recognized that the curling resistance was extremely superior compared to that of In other words, no curling occurred even after printing.

本発明に使用するキャストコート用の塗工液は昇華型熱
転写シートに用いられる染料に対して可染性髪示す種々
の樹脂と顔料とを必須成分とするものである。
The coating liquid for cast coating used in the present invention contains as essential components various resins and pigments that are dyeable to the dyes used in sublimation type thermal transfer sheets.

本発明の塗工液成分に使用される易可染性樹脂としては
昇華性若しくは気化性の染料によって容易に染色される
もので、例えばポリ塩化ビニル。
The easily dyeable resin used in the coating liquid component of the present invention is one that can be easily dyed with sublimable or vaporizable dyes, such as polyvinyl chloride.

ポリ酢酸ビニル、ポリエステル、ポリビニルアルコール
、ポリ塩化ビニリデン、ポリビニルアセタール、ポリス
チレン、ポリカーボネート、ポリアミド、アミノアルキ
ッド樹脂、エポキシ樹脂、メラミン樹脂などが挙げられ
、之等の水溶型或いはエマルジョン型樹脂が用いられる
。顔料としては例えば、クレー、カオリン、シリカ、水
酸化アルミニウム、ケイ酸マグネシウム、炭酸カルシウ
ム。
Examples include polyvinyl acetate, polyester, polyvinyl alcohol, polyvinylidene chloride, polyvinyl acetal, polystyrene, polycarbonate, polyamide, aminoalkyd resin, epoxy resin, melamine resin, and water-soluble or emulsion type resins such as these are used. Examples of pigments include clay, kaolin, silica, aluminum hydroxide, magnesium silicate, and calcium carbonate.

酸化チタン、亜鉛華、硫酸バリウムなどの無機系顔料に
加えて、尿素/ホルマリン樹脂、メラミン樹脂、フェノ
ール樹脂、イソブチレン/無水マレイン酸共重合体、ジ
イソブチレン/無水マレイン酸共重合体、スチレン/無
水マレイン酸共重合体。
In addition to inorganic pigments such as titanium oxide, zinc white, and barium sulfate, urea/formalin resin, melamine resin, phenol resin, isobutylene/maleic anhydride copolymer, diisobutylene/maleic anhydride copolymer, styrene/anhydride Maleic acid copolymer.

ポリ酢酸ビニル、ポリ塩化ビニル、塩化ビニル/酢酸ビ
ニル共重合体、ポリエステル、ポリアクリル酸エステル
、ポリメタクリル酸エステル、スチレン/ブタジェン/
アクリル酸エステル、ベンゾグアナミン樹脂、メチルセ
ルロース、エチルセルロース、カルボキシメチルセルロ
ース、ヒドロキシエチルセルロース、ポリスチレン、ポ
リウレタンなどの有機系顔料が挙げられる。
Polyvinyl acetate, polyvinyl chloride, vinyl chloride/vinyl acetate copolymer, polyester, polyacrylic ester, polymethacrylic ester, styrene/butadiene/
Examples include organic pigments such as acrylic acid ester, benzoguanamine resin, methylcellulose, ethylcellulose, carboxymethylcellulose, hydroxyethylcellulose, polystyrene, and polyurethane.

更にバインダーとしては、カゼイン、大豆蛋白。Furthermore, casein and soybean protein are used as binders.

デンプン、カルボキシメチルセルロース、スチレン・ブ
タジェン系ラテックス、アクリル系ラテックス、酢酸ビ
ニル系などが単独または混合して用いられる。
Starch, carboxymethylcellulose, styrene-butadiene latex, acrylic latex, vinyl acetate, and the like are used alone or in combination.

更に一般の塗工液に用いられる分散剤、流動変性剤、消
泡剤、染料、滑剤、保水剤などの洛種の助剤を用いるこ
とが出来る。
Furthermore, various auxiliary agents such as dispersants, flow modifiers, antifoaming agents, dyes, lubricants, and water retention agents used in general coating solutions can be used.

本発明は耐水性を付与させる為、基紙の段階で耐水化剤
を内添するか、或いはサイズプレスコートするか、塗被
工程の段階で塗被液に耐水化剤を配合することが有効で
ある。
In order to impart water resistance to the present invention, it is effective to add a water resistance agent internally at the stage of the base paper, perform size press coating, or mix the water resistance agent into the coating liquid at the stage of the coating process. It is.

〔効果〕〔effect〕

ヤンキー抄紙機で抄造された片艶紙を用い、可染性樹脂
と顔料とを含む混合物をキャストコートして得られた感
熱転写用塗工紙はキャストドラムの鏡面に強く圧着して
乾燥される為、塗被面にドラムの鏡面が転写され極めて
高い平滑性及び光沢を有しているのである。
Coated paper for heat-sensitive transfer is obtained by cast-coating a mixture containing dyeable resin and pigment using single-gloss paper made on a Yankee paper machine, and is then firmly pressed against the mirror surface of a cast drum and dried. Therefore, the mirror surface of the drum is transferred to the coated surface, resulting in extremely high smoothness and gloss.

この様に基紙と加工方式とを組合わせることにより本発
明の目的である高解像度で且つ高濃度の記録画像が得ら
れ、寸法安定性が良く、印字後のカールが無い感熱転写
用受像紙が得られるのである。
By combining the base paper and processing method in this way, it is possible to obtain recorded images with high resolution and high density, which is the objective of the present invention, and which has good dimensional stability and does not curl after printing. is obtained.

=7− 〔実施例〕 以下に実施例を挙げて本発明を更に具体的に説明するが
、本発明は之等の実施例によって限定されるものではな
い。
=7- [Example] The present invention will be described in more detail with reference to Examples below, but the present invention is not limited to these Examples.

また、実施例で部とあるのは総べて重量部を示す。なお
実施例中の各試験方法は次の通りである。
In addition, all parts in Examples indicate parts by weight. Note that each test method in the examples is as follows.

(1)浸水伸度 J、TAPPI紙パルプ試験方法Nα27のA法に準じ
て行なった。但し紙の横方向のみを測定し浸漬時間は1
時間とした。
(1) Water immersion elongation J, TAPPI paper pulp test method It was conducted according to method A of Nα27. However, only the horizontal direction of the paper is measured and the immersion time is 1
It was time.

(2)光沢度 JIS P 8142に準じて75度鏡面光沢度を測定
した。
(2) Glossiness 75 degree specular glossiness was measured according to JIS P 8142.

(3)平滑度 JIS P 8119に準じて塗工原紙の表面の平滑度
を測定した。
(3) Smoothness The smoothness of the surface of the coated base paper was measured according to JIS P 8119.

(4)転写濃度 熱転写プリンターを用いて黒字の線画原稿のベタ印字を
行ない、記録濃度を測定した。記録濃度はマクベス濃度
計RD514にて測定した。
(4) Transfer Density A black line drawing original was printed solidly using a thermal transfer printer, and the recording density was measured. The recording density was measured using a Macbeth densitometer RD514.

(5)ドツト再現性 サーマル印字装置(松下電子部品■製)を用いて先きに
本発明シートの感熱転写記録方法の原理を説明した図で
示した方式で印字し、ドツトの再現性を5段階で評価し
た。
(5) Dot reproducibility A thermal printing device (manufactured by Matsushita Electronics Co., Ltd.) was used to print in the manner shown in the diagram explaining the principle of the thermal transfer recording method for the sheet of the present invention, and the dot reproducibility was 5. Evaluated in stages.

サーマルヘッド線密度  4dot/mn印加電圧  
      16V 染料リボンシートは市販のものを用いた。
Thermal head linear density 4dot/mn applied voltage
A commercially available 16V dye ribbon sheet was used.

ランク 5:ドツトの再現性極めて良い、 4:ドツトの再現性良好、 3:ドツトに一部濃度ムラがあり不鮮明、2:ドツトが
一部欠けている、 1:ドツトが殆んど再現されていない、(6)カール、
波うち、 ビデオプリンターで印字した後、記録面を上にしてカー
ル高さ(+nm)を測定した。
Rank 5: Dot reproducibility is extremely good, 4: Dot reproducibility is good, 3: Some dots have uneven density and are unclear, 2: Some dots are missing, 1: Most of the dots are not reproduced. No, (6) curl,
After printing with a video printer, the curl height (+nm) was measured with the recording surface facing up.

実施例1 受像シートの作製 A液 0カオリン(商品名UW−90.EMC社製)100重
量部0水溶性ポリエステル樹脂25%水溶液     
80重量部Oカゼイン10%水溶液(ラフチックカゼイ
ン)40重量部0ステアリン酸カルシウム    ・ 
     4重量部0水              
      46重量部計320重量部 から成る塗工液組成物(全固型分40%)を調整し塗工
原紙 坪量105g/rrrの市販片艶紙に塗工後、該
塗工面に塩化カルシウム10%溶液を塗布してゲル化せ
しめた後にキャストドラムに抑圧、乾燥(キャストドラ
ム設定温度100℃)して塗工量15g / rdの昇
華型感熱転写用受像シートを作製した。
Example 1 Preparation of image-receiving sheet Liquid A 0 kaolin (trade name UW-90. Manufactured by EMC) 100 parts by weight 0 water-soluble polyester resin 25% aqueous solution
80 parts by weight O casein 10% aqueous solution (roughtic casein) 40 parts by weight O calcium stearate ・
4 parts by weight 0 water
A coating liquid composition (total solid content: 40%) consisting of 46 parts by weight and 320 parts by weight in total was prepared and applied to a commercially available glossy paper with a basis weight of 105 g/rrr, and then 10 parts by weight of calcium chloride was applied to the coated surface. % solution was applied to gel, and then pressed on a cast drum and dried (cast drum set temperature: 100°C) to produce an image receiving sheet for sublimation type heat-sensitive transfer with a coating weight of 15 g/rd.

記録テストの結果は良好で転写濃度も高くドツトの再現
性も良好で印字後のカールも起きなかった。
The results of the recording test were good, with high transfer density, good dot reproducibility, and no curling after printing.

実施例2 受像シートの作製 実施例1で受像シートの塗工量を20 g / rdと
した以外は全て同様に受像シートを作製した。
Example 2 Preparation of image-receiving sheet An image-receiving sheet was prepared in the same manner as in Example 1 except that the coating amount of the image-receiving sheet was changed to 20 g/rd.

記録テストの結果は良好で転写濃度も高く、ドツトの再
現性も良好であった。
The results of the recording test were good, with high transfer density and good dot reproducibility.

比較例1 実施例1と同じ片艶紙及び塗被液を用いロールコータ−
によって固型分換算で20 g / rrr塗被後、熱
風ドライヤーで乾燥し、更にスーパーキャレンダーによ
りカレンダー掛けを行ない強光沢感熱転写用受像シート
を作製した。
Comparative Example 1 Roll coater using the same glossy paper and coating liquid as in Example 1
After coating at a coating weight of 20 g/rrr in terms of solid content, it was dried with a hot air dryer and further calendered with a super calender to produce a high-gloss thermal transfer image-receiving sheet.

記録テストの結果はドツトの再現性が悪かった。The results of the recording test showed that the reproducibility of dots was poor.

比較例2 坪量105 g / rd 、横方向の浸水伸度2.6
%の上質紙を用いた以外は全て実施例1の受像シートと
同様に作製した。
Comparative Example 2 Basis weight 105 g/rd, lateral water immersion elongation 2.6
The image receiving sheet was prepared in the same manner as in Example 1 except that % high quality paper was used.

記録テストの結果は浸水伸度が2.2%で実施例1より
大きかった。
The result of the recording test was that the water immersion elongation was 2.2%, which was greater than that of Example 1.

比較例3 受像シートの作製 0カオリン(商品名UW−90.EMC社製)   1
00重量部0カゼイン10%水溶液(ファンリーフ社製
)100重量部0ステアリン酸カルシウム      
    100重量部0水             
      100重量部から成る塗工液組成物(全固
型分40%)を調整し、その他は実施例1と全く同様に
して受像シートを作製した。
Comparative Example 3 Production of Image Receiving Sheet 0 Kaolin (Product Name UW-90. Manufactured by EMC) 1
00 parts by weight 0 Casein 10% aqueous solution (manufactured by Funleaf) 100 parts by weight 0 Calcium stearate
100 parts by weight 0 water
A coating liquid composition (total solids content: 40%) consisting of 100 parts by weight was prepared, and an image-receiving sheet was produced in the same manner as in Example 1 except for the following.

記録テストの結果は転写濃度が低かった。The results of the recording test showed that the transfer density was low.

比較例4 実施例1に於いて同じ塗工液組成物をキャストコーター
によりコート紙(商品名SKコート、坪量108 g 
/ rrF 、平滑度3000秒)を使用し、他は同一
条件で受像シートを作製した。
Comparative Example 4 The same coating liquid composition as in Example 1 was applied to coated paper (trade name SK Coat, basis weight 108 g) using a cast coater.
/rrF, smoothness of 3000 seconds), and the other conditions were the same to produce an image receiving sheet.

記録テストの結果は良好であったが、浸水伸度が実施例
1に比較して大きかった。
Although the results of the recording test were good, the water immersion elongation was greater than that of Example 1.

本発明の感熱転写記録シートを用いて行なった記録テス
トの結果を表に示す。
The results of a recording test conducted using the thermal transfer recording sheet of the present invention are shown in the table.

以下余白Margin below

【図面の簡単な説明】[Brief explanation of the drawing]

図は本発明シートの感熱転写記録方法の原理を説明する
ための側断面図である。 図中、 1・・・・サーマルヘッド 2・・・・インクシート 2a・・・・感熱転写インク層 2b・・・・転写されたインク層 3・・・・受像シート 3a・・・・感熱転写受像層 4・・・・抑圧兼紙送りローラ 特許出願人 山陽国策パルプ株式会社 手続補正書彷拘 昭和63年10月7日
The figure is a side sectional view for explaining the principle of the thermal transfer recording method for the sheet of the present invention. In the figure, 1...Thermal head 2...Ink sheet 2a...Thermal transfer ink layer 2b...Transferred ink layer 3...Image receiving sheet 3a...Thermal transfer Image-receiving layer 4: Suppression and paper feed roller Patent applicant: Sanyo Kokusaku Pulp Co., Ltd. Procedural amendments filed on October 7, 1988

Claims (1)

【特許請求の範囲】[Claims] 1 昇華性感熱記録用の受像体であつて、ヤンキー抄造
片艶紙を支持体として、少なくとも該支持体の片面に昇
華性染料に対し可染性を示す樹脂と顔料を含む塗工層を
キャストコーティング法によつて設けたことを特徴とす
る感熱転写記録用受像シート。
1 An image receptor for sublimation heat-sensitive recording, which uses Yankee paper-made glossy paper as a support, and casts a coating layer containing a resin and a pigment that are dyeable to sublimation dyes on at least one side of the support. An image-receiving sheet for thermal transfer recording, characterized in that it is provided by a coating method.
JP63168850A 1988-07-08 1988-07-08 Image-receiving sheet for heat-sensitive transfer recording Pending JPH0220391A (en)

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
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JPS6263775A (en) * 1985-09-12 1987-03-20 清水建設株式会社 Earthquake damper
JPS62220734A (en) * 1986-03-18 1987-09-28 Toshiba Corp Vibrational energy absorbing device
JPS63297673A (en) * 1987-05-28 1988-12-05 鹿島建設株式会社 Dynamic vibration reducing roof

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
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JPS6263775A (en) * 1985-09-12 1987-03-20 清水建設株式会社 Earthquake damper
JPS62220734A (en) * 1986-03-18 1987-09-28 Toshiba Corp Vibrational energy absorbing device
JPS63297673A (en) * 1987-05-28 1988-12-05 鹿島建設株式会社 Dynamic vibration reducing roof

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