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English translation: recording paper

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Japanese term or phrase:記録用紙
English translation:recording paper
Entered by: KathyT
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17:57 Apr 1, 2007
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Tech/Engineering - Electronics / Elect Eng / inkjet printers
Japanese term or phrase: 記録用紙
Contexts are the same as that in the previous question.

Thank you!
Naikei Wong
Local time: 18:41
recording paper
Explanation:
Hi Naikei,

Further to Elica Funatsu's comments in her response to your previous question, if this is for a patent, there is a need to be somewhat more chokuyakist with terms, in which case I would use 'recording paper.'
For a more general xlation, you could just use 'paper,' (or 'fax paper' for a fax machine, etc.)

Some examples from one patent:
From: http://www.patentstorm.us/patents/6969138-fulltext.html
While the ink jet head and the **recording paper** are being relatively moved with respect to each other by the relative movement means, the driving signal supply means supplies the driving signal. The piezoelectric actuators are activated by the driving signal to discharge ink droplets through the nozzles. The discharged ink droplets land on the **recording paper** to form ink dots. A large number of ink dots on the **recording paper** together form an intended image on the **recording paper**.

Here are some other examples from Glova, which you probably saw anyway, but:
記録用紙 recording compliance
記録用紙 archival paper
計数記録用紙 tally sheet
症例記録用紙 case report form
静電記録用紙 dielectric-coated paper
日常記録用紙 daily record sheets
磁気記録用紙 magnetic recording paper
事件記録用紙 incident register
計測記録用紙 indicator paper
電子式記録用紙 electric paper
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KathyT
Australia
Local time: 20:41
Grading comment
Thank you, Kathy...;-).... are there any special ways for saying "thank you" in Australia? (curious about it)... (bedtime now, though)
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recording paper


Explanation:
Hi Naikei,

Further to Elica Funatsu's comments in her response to your previous question, if this is for a patent, there is a need to be somewhat more chokuyakist with terms, in which case I would use 'recording paper.'
For a more general xlation, you could just use 'paper,' (or 'fax paper' for a fax machine, etc.)

Some examples from one patent:
From: http://www.patentstorm.us/patents/6969138-fulltext.html
While the ink jet head and the **recording paper** are being relatively moved with respect to each other by the relative movement means, the driving signal supply means supplies the driving signal. The piezoelectric actuators are activated by the driving signal to discharge ink droplets through the nozzles. The discharged ink droplets land on the **recording paper** to form ink dots. A large number of ink dots on the **recording paper** together form an intended image on the **recording paper**.

Here are some other examples from Glova, which you probably saw anyway, but:
記録用紙 recording compliance
記録用紙 archival paper
計数記録用紙 tally sheet
症例記録用紙 case report form
静電記録用紙 dielectric-coated paper
日常記録用紙 daily record sheets
磁気記録用紙 magnetic recording paper
事件記録用紙 incident register
計測記録用紙 indicator paper
電子式記録用紙 electric paper


    Reference: http://tinyurl.com/2duh33
KathyT
Australia
Local time: 20:41
Works in field
Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in category: 88
Grading comment
Thank you, Kathy...;-).... are there any special ways for saying "thank you" in Australia? (curious about it)... (bedtime now, though)
Notes to answerer
Asker: The reference link is esp. helpfully!!...:-)

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