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Koike Hisashi, Suda Koji, Asauchi Noboru, Otsuki Koichi: Filling unit of cartridge. Seiko Epson, February 13, 2003: JP2003-039708 (34 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To utilize resources effectively by utilizing a storage means attached to a cartridge effectively thereby promoting reuse of the cartridge. SOLUTION: The filling unit 66 comprises an access means 61 for reading out the quantity of used ink in a cartridge 10 requiring to be refi ...


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Shu Seshin, Otsuki Koichi: Printer and recording medium. Seiko Epson, March 21, 2000: JP2000-079710 (25 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To perform high quality printing by suppressing density variation due to the recording of a specific dot in a multiple-value printer. SOLUTION: This multiple-value printer forms a large dot and a small dot. A relationship between a recording rate and a gradation value of each d ...


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Otsuki Koichi: Printing up to end part of print sheet without contaminating platen. Seiko Epson, April 9, 2002: JP2002-103586 (22 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a technology for printing up to the end part of a print sheet without hitting an ink drop against a platen by means of a dot printer recording dots on the surface of a print medium using a dot recording head provided with a plurality of dot forming elements ejecting ...


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Otsuki Koichi, Yonekubo Shuji, Tayuki Kazushige, Mitsuzawa Toyohiko: Adjustment of printing position deviation during bidirectional printing. Seiko Epson, March 1, 2000: EP0982139-A1 (14 worldwide citation)

Image quality is improved by correcting printing position deviation arising between forward and reverse passes in the main scanning direction during bidirectional printing. An adjustment value is prepared with respect to at least one type of specific target dots other than those dots having the high ...


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Otsuki Koichi: Printing up to end part of print sheet without contaminating platen. Seiko Epson, April 9, 2002: JP2002-103584 (14 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a technology for printing up to the end part of a print sheet without hitting an ink drop against a platen by means of a dot printer recording dots on the surface of a print medium using a dot recording head provided with a plurality of dot forming elements ejecting ...


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Iritani Yoshikazu, Otsuki Koichi: Infectious coryza infectious bronchitis and newcastle disease vaccines and production thereof. Shionogi &, Wenderoth Lind & Ponack, April 8, 1975: US3876763 (12 worldwide citation)

A killed combined vaccine comprising killed Hemophilus gallinarum, killed infectious bronchitis virus and killed Newcastle disease virus: the said combined vaccine being prepared by mixing, in such proportions that the said vaccine contains effective amounts of each killed agent; killed Hemophilus g ...


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Otsuki Koichi: Printing on printing sheet positioned by sensor. Seiko Epson, April 9, 2002: JP2002-103721 (12 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To print image data on a printing sheet while positioning accurately.SOLUTION: A printing sheet P is guided by mean of guides 29a and 29b and sub-scan fed such that the opposite side ends are located, respectively, above a left groove 26a and a right groove 26b. In this regard, ...


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Otsuki Koichi: Dot printing using partial overlap scheme. Seiko Epson, February 9, 2000: EP0978387-A2 (10 worldwide citation)

A print head (28) has a nozzle array to achieve printing of dots of identical color along a plurality of main scanning lines during a main scanning pass, and to achieve formation of multiple dots of the color at a substantially fixed pitch in a sub-scanning direction. Partial overlap printing is eff ...


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Shimada Kazumichi, Hayashi Toshihiro, Kanaya Munehide, Otsuki Koichi: Adjustment of displacement of dot forming position by using information that no dot is to be formed for each pixel unit. Seiko Epson, August 1, 2001: EP1120253-A1 (10 worldwide citation)

While performing main scanning in which a head having a plurality of nozzles that eject ink is moved in prescribed forward and reverse main scanning directions relative to a print medium, print images are printed on the print medium by forming dots in each pixel aligned in the main scanning directio ...


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Otsuki Koichi: Printing in which ink tank to be used is changed according to ink level in ink tank. Seiko Epson, January 8, 2003: JP2003-001842 (10 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To effectively use ink in two ink tanks housing ink of the same color.SOLUTION: In a printer, the ink tank to be used for forming an ink dot is selected according to an ink level of each of the ink tanks housing the ink of the same color, so that the ink dot can be formed by us ...