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printer engine

The unit within a printer that does the actual printing. In a laser printer, it includes the laser and mechanism to transfer the toner onto the paper. A printer engine is specified by its resolution and speed. See electrophotographic.
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This next generation print engine significantly reduces the layer time, making VJET X more than ten times faster than previous models.
With the addition of a new print engine, the new VIAjet T- Series E high-resolution Piezo inkjet printer supports production line speeds up to 50% faster than the previous model.
Xitron's Sierra workflow incorporates the latest Adobe PDF Print Engine (3.8) in a client-server architecture that includes dynamic imposition, JDF compatibility, and 3D soft proofing of finished jobs.
The new imageRUNNER ADVANCE C3300 series combines Canon's award-winning smart MFD platform with enhanced document handling and new print engine to reduce the total cost of documents in busy office environments.
At last month's AmericaEast Media Business and Technology Conference in Hershey, Pa., Ron Sams, manroland vice president of sales, said that with the FoldLine, manroland has "taken software that allows the print engine to talk to the finishing system and operate on one fluid integrated system.
* The Print Engine is an all-in-one package that contains a material spool and an attached snap-in print head, which installs similar to an ink jet cartridge for a 2D desktop printer.
print engine is also designed to make the products quieter and more energy
'It's been the invisible leg of the three-legged stool, with the print engine and the ink comprising the other legs,' Finch Paper director of product marketing, Phil Hart, says.
The first full scale version of Xennia's textile printing system is based around Reggiani's wide, high accuracy belt-driven transport and incorporates Xennia's inkjet modules, including the XenJet Auriga print engine, XenJet Aquarius fluid controllers and XenJet Centaurus and Cygnus software.
The company developed a tiered print engine driver with a real-time layer that runs on the Quatro processor's flexRISC cores and a thin interface layer that runs in the Linux kernel, improving real-time accuracy and keeping OEMs' proprietary code separated from the open source Linux kernel.
Common features include the established B400 print engine, print and copy throughput of up to 28ppm, duplex printing as standard and, with the MB480, higher toner capacity (up to 12,000 copies).
Backed by an award-winning sixth generation print engine and Lexmark's proven track record in product innovation, the Lexmark 650 family is designed to reliably deliver fast, high-quality pages, while handling labels, card stock and lower-grade papers.