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inkjet

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(Computer Science) a method of printing streams of electrically charged ink
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a leader in digital imaging solutions, today announced that the imagePROGRAF PRO-1000 Professional Inkjet Printer supports Apple AirPrint wireless technology, allowing consumers and home office professionals alike to seamlessly print photos, emails, web pages and documents wirelessly from iPhoneA, iPadA and iPod touchA, without downloading or installing any device drivers.
Fujifilm North America Corporation, Graphic Systems Division is now providing industry relevant information on inkjet printing solutions in its fully featured "inkjet insights" website.
com/research/cjxrzf/global_inkjet) has announced the addition of the "Global Inkjet Heads Industry Report 2015" report to their offering.
An Australian ink breakthrough holds the promise For extending the functionality of the large numbers of Hewlett-Packard (HP) thermal inkjet printers now putting in heavy duty in the local packaging industry for product identification and batch code work.
Sam's Club and EnviroSmart, an inkjet and laser toner cartridge recycler based in Franklin, Tenn.
This new line will also achieve a world first by adopting an inkjet production method.
Q I'm thinking of purchasing a printer for my new home office, but I'm not sure if I should get a laser printer or an inkjet.
State Fire Marshals Question Safety of Inkjet Printers
Following on the heels of a healthy third quarter, most inkjet printer vendors had a productive quarter in 4Q99.
Xerox Corporation (NYSE:XRX) has extended its growing inkjet printer market with the the opening of a new manufacturing facility in Europe, to be located at Dundalk in Ireland.
Xerox Corp reaffirmed its assault on the inkjet printer market on Friday, announcing a new $325m manufacturing site in Dundalk, Ireland.
This 56-page report provides an easy-to-read rundown of current state of inkjet printing systems for wide-format graphics, digital commercial printing, and proofing in the U.