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Fairport, NY:TPR has been selected for the "2008 Product Development & Marketing" category award by the U.S. Local Business Association (USLBA).

AUGUST 2008:

Fairport, NY:TPR's Chief Technologist, Peter J. Mason, will present a white paper at the international conference next month on Digital Printing Technologies. He will address factors affecting accuracy in photo print life prediction and the conclusions drawn from tests assessing their performance. His paper will kick off the first day of presentations at the event, sponsored by the international Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T) and the Imaging Society of Japan. Join Peter for this presentation and the ensuing discussion:

September 6-11, 2008 David L. Lawrence Convention Center Pittsburgh, PA (

Although the methodology for developing life predictions has been in use for some years in the industry, it is becoming clear that the implied precision in the use of a single value in years cannot be scientifically supported due to much variability between the measurement of an assumed exposure and the actual exposure and observation conditions. All print life predictions assume that the print is exposed to only one condition for its complete life. That is, a light fade prediction assumes no ozone exposure (or exposure to any other industrial gases), and no effects from high or low humidity. Obviously such assumptions are likely to be invalid in almost all real life exposure situations and the data for the long term effects of combined exposures is scant to say the least. This paper examines the implications of this on real life print exposure.

June 2008:

Fairport, NY: Torrey Pines Research (TPR) has reached terms with one of its largest customers for another extension to their current R&D, Development and Intellectual Property agreement. Without disclosing the contract terms, TPR confirms that the relationship value exceeds $1 Million.


APRIL 2008:

Carlsbad , CA and Fairport , NY : Torrey Pines Research (TPR) announces that three highly regarded and respected scientists and engineers have joined TPR as Torrey Pines Fellows .

MAY 1, 2008:

Carlsbad , CA and Fairport , NY : Torrey Pines Research (TPR) announces that Dr. C. Wayne Jaeger , of Birkenfeld, Oregon, a highly regarded scientist and inventor, has joined TPR as a Torrey Pines "Fellow". 

Press Releases - 2007

Press Releases - 2006

We're Listed On The Rochester Business List

TPR announces the availability of iP_ANALYSIS
TPR’s Image Permanence Data Management System Software Package

TPR announces that that the latest version of the TEC Tribo Charge Analyzer TEC-2 is now shipping.

Rick Lux, Ph.D., with  29 years experience in research and development of digital printing systems, has joined TPR as a TPR Fellow.

Dexter Dyer,with over 31 years in electrophotographic and lithographic digital printing , has joined TPR as a TPR Fellow.

Jerome May, a 33 year digital imaging veteran, has joined TPR as a TPR Fellow.

TPR has been selected for the "2008 Product Development & Marketing" category award by the U.S. Local Business Association (USLBA).(New Press Release)

TPR Ozone Testing Facilities Description (PDF)

TPR has conducted an extensive test on the stability of photographic prints made from a variety of systems from multiple vendors. The report compares the performance of the various images under accelerated conditions to assess their respective permanence and to make life projections. this is available for download at Publications.

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