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Inkjet Printer Technology
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There are many different types of printers on the market today. One of the most popular and widespread technologies is the inkjet printer. This type of printer utilizes very small droplets of ink to create high-quality text, images, or photos on a piece of paper. To its advantage, an inkjet printer is low-cost and very low maintenance"making it the optimal printer for many homes and small businesses.
How they work
Compared to other types of printers, an inkjet printer is not a very complicated piece of equipment. Most inkjet printers only have a few moving parts, and a single printed circuit board (PCB). The major mechanical components of an inkjet include the print head assembly, ink cartridge, print head motor, belt, and paper feed rollers.
When the printing signals are sent from a computer to the printer, the paper feed roller is instructed to pull a sheet of paper into place. The print head assembly and ink cartridge (sometimes combined as a single unit) are moved back and forth over the paper by the print head motor and belt. As the print head assembly deposits ink on the paper, the feed rollers control the speed of the paper through the printer.
An inkjet printer does not touch the paper when it prints. The ink is sprayed onto the surface with tiny nozzles that are either heat or mechanically activated with a small electrical charge. The amount of ink deposited from each nozzle is so small that it would take more than one million droplets to cover one square inch of paper (most inkjet printers can lay down several million droplets per second!)....
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