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print·head

 (prĭnt′hĕd′)
n.
The element of a printer that applies the mark or image to the paper.

printhead

(ˈprɪntˌhɛd)
n
(Computer Science) computing a component in a printer that forms a printed character

print•head

(ˈprɪntˌhɛd)

n.
the printing element on an impact printer.
Translations

printhead

[ˈprɪnthed] Ncabeza f impresora

printhead

[ˈprɪnthɛd] ntête f d'impression

printhead

[ˈprɪntˌhɛd] n (Comput) → testina di stampa
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Eastman Kodak Company and Collins Inkjet, Cincinnati, OH, reported settlement of an on-going court case brought by Collins against Kodak, concerning the use of Collins inks on Kodak Versamark printheads.
Eastman Kodak Company and Collins Inkjet, a Cincinnati, Ohio, company, today reported settlement of an on-going court case brought by Collins against Kodak, concerning the use of Collins inks on KODAK VERSAMARK Printheads.
America's leading manufacturer of thermal printheads announced the successful installation of its new state-of-the-art deposition equipment.
Lower cost printheads are also available in 203, 300, 400 or 600 dpi print resolutions.
When you consider that a printhead accounts for a large proportion of the cost of the machine, it is vitally important that Linx customers can rely on printheads with the longest possible working life.
Paired with the new T-Series high resolution printheads, this new printer provides a cost effective alternative to adhesive labels and pre-printed cartons.
The 16-valve printheads can print single- or twin-line alphanumeric codes.
A patented automatic self-cleaning and self-maintenance system continuously keeps printheads free of dust and debris throughout production, thus eliminating the need for manual cleaning.
Reportedly lasts up to eight times longer than alternative inkjet printheads.
According to the company, the Grapo Shark is a universal flatbed and roll-to-roll printer, which incorporates Xaar 760 inkjet printheads to produce high quality greyscale images for a wide variety of display applications.
The main difference between Memjet and typical inkjet printing technology is the printheads for Memjet span the entire width of the page.
Ultimately, pigment would separate and settle within the printheads, ink supply lines and the ink source, again leading to printhead clogs requiring significant maintenance.