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print head

[′print ‚hed]
(computer science)
The mechanism that generates the characters to be reproduced by a character printer.

print head

A mechanism that deposits ink onto paper in a character printer.
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Replaceable print heads. To enable users to save on repair and replacement costs, damaged or worn-out print heads on some HP Ink Tank models can be replaced with original HP printheads that are available at HP authorized repair centers and service partners nationwide.
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Now the creators of Print Head Doctor are releasing new upgrades to improve the user experience.
The F9270, with its faster speed provided by its dual print head, as well as our future endeavors, will continue to focus on this mission," said Epson Philippines C&I Head Pamela Albar.
The system is comprised of 4" and 2" print heads that are made up of stitched, industrial ink cartridges from HP.
This enabled Epson to optimize the ink, print head, and ink supply system and ensure high reliability and maximum uptime
The enclosed media print head was designed to provide the same required pressurization of the solder paste needed for good aperture fill, but uniformly across the length of the print head while printing, regardless of the amount of paste in the enclosed chamber.
The ABS material spool and the print head are integrated.
Featuring enhanced Epson Micro Piezoao print head technology, the Stylus T40W perfectly complements a centralised printer set-up in a large office environment and also excels as the primary printer in a small or home office.
The upper part of the machine frame contains vision cameras, the print head and the stencil-frame guide.
These include the printer's seven separate colours, its ability to produce prints up to 13" wide on a broad variety of media types from gloss papers to fine art textured media, and the 1440 nozzle print head that enables a print resolution of 5760x1440 dpi.
(RLA), Kidman Park, South Australia, were developing a new form of liquid electrophotography when they invented an inkjet technology now known as the Tonejet process, by which electrophotographic toner is passed through a print head.