Recent Presentations and Publications
- The Digital Print Value Proposition for Thermal Transfer: Case Study with Printed Electronics. Dene H. Taylor, PFFC-Online “On Press” April 2017
- High volume digital printing of flexible electronics with continuous copper and aluminum. Dene Taylor and Dan Harrison, LOPEC 2017, Munich, March 2017.
- Drupa 2016 Lived Up to Expectations
- UV LED Beyond the Tipping Point Dene H. Taylor, PFFC-Online “On Press” January 2016
- Impact of 3D Printing on the Converting Industry Dene H. Taylor, PFFC-Online “On Press” September 2013
- Innovating Inkjet Technologies for Plastic Products. Scott R. Sabreen and Dene Taylor, Plastic Decorating Magazine. July/August 2013.
- Conductive Inks-and Coatings Dene H. Taylor, PFFC-Online “On Press”, January 2013,
- Industrial Digital Printing for the Converting Industry. Dene H Taylor, Proceedings of AIMCAL Technical Conference, Myrtle Beach, NC, October 2012.
- Inkjet Printing for Packaging. Dene H Taylor, PFFC-Online “On Press” April 2012.
- Digital Printing World 2012 Conferences. Dene H Taylor, PFFC-Online “On Press” March 2012.
- Developments In Digital Printing For Labels & Packaging Dene H. Taylor, Proceedings of AWA Inkjet & Digital Label/Packaging Printing Seminar, Digital Printing World 2012 Conferences, Orlando FL. Feb. 2012.
- Inkjet printing processes for packaging and labeling. Dene H. Taylor, Converting Quarterly, Volume 1(4) 46 – 49, 2011.
US8,430,053 – Color-changing emulsions for freeze indicators
US7,624,698 – Freeze indicators suitable for mass production
US7,571,695 – Method for producing a wood substrate having an image on at least one surface
US6,171,422 – Imaging element having a conductive polymer layer
US6,165,593 – Inkjet imaging process and recording element for use therein
US6,001,482 – Inkjet receptor element having a protective layer
US5,869,179 – Imaging element having a conductive polymer layer
US5,795,425 – Inkjet imaging process and recording element for use therein
US5,789,134 – Direct transfer electrographic imaging element and process
Frequently Cited Academic Publications
1. Dielectric Papers and Films. Dene H. Taylor and Lubo Michalov, in “Handbook of Imaging Materials,” 2nd ed., Arthur S. Diamond & David S. Weiss, Eds., Marcel Dekker, New York, pp. 265 – 328, 2002.
2. Wide Body Printer Trends – Lessons from Electrography. Dene H. Taylor, Proceedings of IS&T’s 50th Annual Conference, Cambridge, MA, 1997.
3. The Electrokinetic Properties of Reovirus Type 3: Electrophoretic Mobility and Zeta Potential in Dilute Electrolytes. D. H. Taylor and H. B. Bosman, J. Colloid Interface Sci., 83, 153-162 (1981).
4. The Interaction of Bacteriophage R17 and Reovirus Type III with the Clay Mineral Allophane. D. H. Taylor, A. R. Bellamy, and A. T. Wilson, Water Research, 14, 339-346 (1980).
5. Poliovirus Adsorption by 34 Minerals and Soils. R. S. Moore, D. H. Taylor, L. S. Sturman, M. M. Reddy, and G. W. Fuhs, Appl. Environ. Microbiol., 42, 963-975 (1981).
6. Influence of pH and Electrolyte Composition on the Adsorption of Poliovirus by Soils and Minerals. D. H. Taylor, R. S. Moore and L. S. Sturman, Appl. Environ. Microbiol., 42, 976-984 (1981).
7. Adsorption of Reovirus by Minerals and Soils. R. S. Moore, D. H. Taylor, M. Chen and L. S. Sturman, Appl. Environ. Microbiol., 43, (1982).
8. The Adsorption of Yeast Ribonucleic Acid by Allophane. D. H. Taylor and A. T. Wilson, Clays and Clay Minerals, 27, 261-264 (1979).
9. The Colloid and Surface Chemistry of Allophane, D.H. Taylor, D.Phil. Thesis, University of Waikato, 1977.