Glossary of Printing Terms:
Bubble Jet

Typically, inkjet printing forms images by spraying tiny droplets of liquid ink onto paper. Small size and precision placement of the dots of ink produce very near photo-quality images. Two primary inkjet technologies are thermal bubble or bubble jet and piezoelectric. The former uses heat and the latter uses a crystal and an electric charge to apply the ink.

Some inkjet printers employ a hybrid dye-sublimation process. The color is contained in cartridges, heated, vaporized, and laid down a strip at a time rather a page at a time creating an effect closer to continuous tone than traditional inkjet technology.

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