March , 2011
Canon print heads - troubleshooting tips
March 15, 2011| Posted in Tech Tips| 1244
Canon print heads use a heat process to eject ink from the print head. Imagine a line of very small tubes filled with ink and little heaters near the tip of each tube. When the tiny heater momentarily heats up, a small air bubble forms in the tube. This, in turn, forces (displaces) a small drop of ink out of the tip. This is where the term “bubble jet” originates.
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