printhead

Related to printhead: Inkjet printer, Inkjet printing

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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With its strong frame, stable media transportation mechanism and dedicated printhead maintenance system, the Tiger-1800B is unmatched in its class.
During his time at Xaar, Nick has built up an expertise in developing advanced printhead waveforms.
Kyocera Corporation has launched real edge 600-dot-per-inch (dpi) thermal printhead for desktop card printers used for rigid materials such as ID cards and credit cards.
Depending on the drop size, the printhead can lay down extra opaque whites with a larger drop size or a finer base of whites with a smaller drop size; this can be particularly useful in creating fine detailed effects.
Customers with or without current contracts are free to choose either Kodak or Collins inks, without impact to the quality, price or speed of printhead refurbishment services that Kodak offers.
solves this current challenge for thermal printhead users with compatible printheads designed and manufactured here in the U.
But at elevated temperatures within the inkjet printhead, it is a molten liquid that is deposited on top of (rather than dried into) paper and hardens instantly.
Their innovative ReFRESH[TM] ink system, robust design, and printhead protection technology mean significantly reduced downtime and savings on consumables.
The printer comes with multiple printhead and ink options.
The digital, additive inkjet technologies feature a repairable printhead design with capability for enabling digital patterning with up to 40% reduction in material waste and up to 60% reduction in process steps compared to alternative technologies like screen printing.
Plus, the self-maintenance system is non-contact, so it avoids printhead damage that can occur during periodic maintenance required on other ink jet printers.
Provider of inkjet technology for industrial applications Xennia Technology, a UK based subsidiary of TenCate (Euronext: KTC), today announced a major agreement with printhead manufacturer, Trident, for the supply of industrial inkjet printheads for a number of specific applications.