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Inkjet printers are the most commonly used type of printer and range from small inexpensive consumer models to expensive professional machines. Epson is best known for its “Micro Piezo” piezoelectric printing technology and “3LCD” LCD projection technology.“Micro Piezo” is the most advanced inkjet print head technology. Its proprietary piezoelectric technology is used in the print heads of all Epson inkjet printers which has made them renowned for their high quality output and reliability, as well as low running cost. Since the introduction of the technology in 1993 till today, Epson has been the only company that uses a piezoelectric print head throughout its inkjet printing device range – from the smallest personal photo printer, to the largest industrial system.
In the thermal inkjet process, the print cartridges consist of a series of tiny chambers, each containing a heater, all of which are constructed by photo-lithography. To eject a droplet from each chamber, a pulse of current is passed through the heating element causing a rapid vaporization of the ink in the chamber and forming a bubble, which causes a large pressure increase, propelling a droplet of ink onto the paper. The ink’s surface tension, as well as the condensation and resultant contraction of the vapor bubble, pulls a further charge of ink into the chamber through a narrow channel attached to an ink reservoir. The inks involved are usually water-based and use either pigments or dyes as the colorant. The inks must have a volatile component to form the vapor bubble;
otherwise droplet ejection cannot occur. As no special materials are required, the print head is generally cheaper to produce than in other inkjet technologies.

Epson toll free Number UK 0800-368-9316

Most commercial and industrial inkjet printers and some consumer printers use a piezoelectric material in an ink-filled chamber behind each nozzle instead of a heating element. When a voltage is applied, the piezoelectric material changes shape, generating a pressure pulse in the fluid, which forces a droplet of ink from the nozzle. Piezoelectric (also called Piezo) inkjet allows a wider variety of inks than thermal inkjet as there is no requirement for a volatile component, and no issue with kogation (buildup of ink residue), but the print heads are more expensive to manufacture due to the use of piezoelectric material (usually PZT, lead zirconium titanate).
A DOD process uses software that directs the heads to apply between zero to eight droplets of ink per dot, only where needed. Piezo inkjet technology is often used on production lines to mark products. For instance, the “use-before” date is often applied to products with this technique; in this application the head is stationary and the product moves past. Requirements of this application are high speed, a long service life, a relatively large gap between the print head and the substrate, and low operating cost.
Advantages:
They are quieter in operation.They can print finer, smoother details through higher printhead resolution, and many consumer inkjets with photographic-quality printing are widely available.inkjets have the advantage of practically no warm up time, and lower cost per page. However, low-cost laser printers can have lower per-page costs, at least for black-and-white printing, and possibly for color.Some types of inkjet printers are capable of very high speed printing.Save on Ink — Up to 50% lower printing costs vs. color laser7Low-Cost Prints and Amazing Page Yield,Excellent Print Speed and Quality,Easy Single Touch Scan and Copy Functions.

Support For Epson UK

0800-368-9316

Call us at 0800-368-9316 and get all your issues resolved online!! We provide support for all kinds of printers. No need to go to a physical store for software and driver related issues. We offer our service 24X7 online and that too without an IVR!! Your calls are answered by an actual executive willing to work with you in resolving the issue rather than an automated voice.

 

-Published: 22/05/2018
By: PCEHELP