Many people wonder if the laser is dangerous and about the difference between a laser printer and a simple ink printer!
The laser printer is a device which serves to bring something from your computer to a sheet of paper, only that laser technology is used here to images or text documents on paper to print using ink cartridges in place of ink cartridges .
Information about the ink printer, also known as an inkjet printer!
Inkjet printers for private use (Canon, Hewlett-Packard, Lexmark, ...) use the thermal inkjet process . Ink drops are placed on the sheet of paper by the pressure in the chambers. Also known as (Inkjet Printer), it is also the most popular printer for home computer users, where quick-drying ink is sprayed onto paper. The ink is stored in ink cartridges, which often use a separate cartridge for each of the main colors.
A little information about the laser printer!
Laser printers used to be larger than the inkjet printer found in most households, but now there are even portable laser printers. The laser printer was released in 1970, laser printers are widely used in businesses, government, schools and other environments where print jobs needed to be handled quickly and in bulk. Fine dust filters have also been developed for laser printers in order to ensure the lowest possible exposure to fine dust concentrations and toner particles in the premises. The odor pollution of the environment is also improved by these filters.
The light amplification through stimulated emission of radiation is a laser, an intense beam of light that was developed in 1960. There are dozens of different uses of lasers where lasers are used in computers. Barcode scanners, CD-ROM, DVD, Blu-ray, and other drives, CD and DVD burners, laser mice, laser printers. This is used by both Microsoft's PC, Apple's MAC and Linux.
Basic colors for the printout
These colors are usually black, red / magenta, green / cyan, and yellow (CMYK).
The picture is an example of a computer inkjet printer cartridges.
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FAQ 57: Updated on: 3 December 2020 10:29