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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 printer engine uses blocks of solid resin-based color inks rather than powdered toners, and produces outstanding color output at up to 24 ppm in both color and monochrome.
Company B was one of the five leading printer engine manufacturers worldwide and had established itself with technological innovation and superior quality; it extended its quality control program to the finance and the personnel functions.
Featuring a powerful 32-bit microprocessor core with embedded double data rate (DDR) synchronous dynamic random access memory (SDRAM), the CX92161 also has enhanced printer engine direct control features - including a flexible, programmable peripheral interface controller.
Unique to all Printronix printers is the ability to remotely manage printer tasks seamlessly regardless of printer engine technology.
Support for 12-Color Printers and 16-Bit Processing Make Evolution RIP Powerful Medium- and Wide-Format Printer Engine
today announced that Seiko Epson Corporation ("Epson") had closed a long-term, multi-year license of Tensilica's Xtensa family of configurable processor cores for Epson's new REALOID printer engine chip.