As a new year sets in, there are many exciting inkjet printing trends to look forward to.
There’s perhaps no device that’s seen more interest from professionals in recent years than the home office printer.
Every company has a responsibility to the environment, and using sustainable printer ink can help with this eco obligation.
Whether you are working remotely for your employer or are self-employed and running your business out of a home office, you will want to have the right tools to avoid productivity slumps and other roadblocks that can impair performance and hinder success. Of all the equipment from which to choose the two most important are your computer and printer. This article will help you weed through the many printer choices to find the right printer for your specific home office needs.
Laser printers are undoubtedly the workhorses of the business world. With their long life spans, higher speed outputs, and less need for refilling, they have outpaced inkjet printers. However, LED printers are a category of printer also differentiated from the ubiquitous inkjet, but less widely known. Both laser printers and LED printers can print documents in both black and white and in color and can handle crisp text and color graphics. So what is the defining difference between the two and which is best for your business application?
As the global large format printer market is poised to expand by 3.2% CAGR from 2021-2026, more companies are taking advantage of the huge range of options this printer can bring to enterprises, both large and small.
The entry cost and operating cost of wide format printing has never been lower. Organizations can take control of their own marketing, both external and internal, for as little as $100 per month. Because of this, large format printing is an advertising medium that has been growing in popularity.
As the name implies, inkjet copiers/printers use a liquid ink to produce an image. A laser copier uses a dry powder called toner to produce an image. These two materials are also applied to the media via different processes. The inkjet uses an array of micro nozzles to spray the ink onto the media where it dries. The laser process uses a series of static charges to transfer toner to the media and then applies heat to melt or fuse the toner to the surface of the media.