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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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Tonejet Print Head Created to Facilitate Adoption in Wider Print Industry
Designed for annual production levels of up to two million metres, JAVELIN features the same ground-breaking Archer print head technology as that of the recently launched high-volume PIKE printer.
The iP3300 Photo Printer utilizes Canon's individual ink tank system and FINE print head technology that enables ink droplets to fire as small as 2 picoliters while delivering fast, borderless, photo lab quality photos up to 8.
The Alpha series print head technology also ensures high fail-safe performance and permanent availability.
The increased size of the print head helps produce faster print speeds while still maintaining high-resolution prints.
A gap of up to 4mm between the print heads and the substrate enables a wide range of fabric textures to be printed using specially formulated PIKE Reactive inks that eliminate mist.
Using its 320-nozzle print head, the FAX-JX200 also prints three lines per head pass to cut any FAX or copy job down to size.
Capping station: The print head capping station hermetically encloses the nozzles, thus ensuring the immediate availability of the printer, including during longer pauses in work.
Tenders are invited for Set Of Print Heads I Hp 84 Black Print Head C5019a:-01 No.
The FINE technology print head makes quick work of photos and text with a next-generation 3,584-nozzle print head that ejects precise droplets as small as one picoliter.
Durst QuadroZ print head technology arranges the colors on the 8-channel print heads symmetrically (mirrored).