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The printhead has individually heated elements, which contact with ribbon and substrate. Different ribbon grades are available for different substrates and end user properties. For a full explanation on Thermal Transfer Overprinting (TTO), please go to the technology section of this website.
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The most common colour is black, although white and most other primary colours are available.
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Domino V-Series plus offers industry leading Ribbon Economy technology that delivers up to 60% saving per print in either intermittent or continuous mode. This setting can be adjusted and set for each print job as required. Using Ribbon Economy also increases the life of your printhead
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For full information on Domino’s Thermal Ink Jet (TIJ) printers, please go to the technology section of this website.
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Black, blue, red, yellow, green and orange.
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Traditional Thermal Ink Jet (TIJ) uses water-based inks, which are only suitable for porous substrates. Domino offers a range of ethanol based inks that can be used to print on semi-porous and non-porous materials. Actual performance should be confirmed through requesting print samples.
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Yes. By simply swapping Domino’s thermal ink jet cartridges, you can print different colours or change between water based or ethanol based inks for different substrates.
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Yes. It is possible to print all True Type fonts and graphics with up to 600dpi resolution.
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Yes. Due to the high printing resolution (600dpi), the technology is particularly suited to printing 1 and 2D machine readable codes.
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As Domino’s ink cartridges for its Thermal Ink Jet (TIJ) printers actually include the ink system, and this is changed every ink cartridge changeover, then no maintenance is required.
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