Bubble printers

June 12, 2009  //  Posted by: Techie  //  Category: Printers

Bubble PrintersBubble printers give a direct fight to inkjet printers in the pertinent field of printing. It is basically a form of inkjet printer that has grown out of its shadows. It works with about 128 nozzles firing the bubbles at a time and forming small things such as an alphabet.

In its process, strong thermal currents are dispersed through the cartridges and the ink is vaporized. The vaporized ink is then cooled suddenly and strewn with the aid of nozzles. The pressure formed due to heating and sudden cooling makes it come out in smallest surface area: that of a sphere and it resembles a bubble as it comes out of the nozzles.

Better companies fine-tune the nozzles for finer details. Otherwise, the letters might just be a bit incoherent. This is quite cheap in regard to other inkjet printers and thus is heavily sold for stationary or commercial purposes.

Avant-garde printers

March 08, 2009  //  Posted by: Techie  //  Category: Printers, Technology

Technology, Printers, ComputersPrinters are an essential instrument for companies dealing in fliers and writing materials. Media generated works have special work of printers, and they go through the grind at fast rate. So they got to be sturdy.

These printers also have to work on bar code application where a solitary wrong strain may make the task problematic. These are critical angles. Top class or avant-garde printers do have inkjet or bubble technology as their feature. The latest printers are more prone to working through laser technology.

The chassis needs to be strong. Aluminum casts are preferred over others due to its strength and malleability. During the passage of thermal imaging or electric currents, strong metal resistance is needed. These casts help formidable heat transfer as heat vaporizes the ink and turns it into bubbles. The modular designs go through many quality checks and only after repeated tests do these printers come into the seller’s shelves.