Printer Solid Ink Guide

by Rich on February 8, 2010

Printer solid ink is used instead of liquid ink in special printers which melt wax based ink and spray it on to the paper.  The technology was first developed by Tektronix in the 1980’s . printer-solid-inkXerox bought out the company in early 2000 and launched its own range of solid ink printers. The latest models today are the Xerox Phaser 8500, Xerox Phaser 8550, and the Xerox Phaser 8860.

Solid Ink Printers have several advantages over conventional inkjet and laser toner printers these are.

Ease of Use – very easy to use some laser printers can be more complex

Fast Printing – Solid ink printers  are the fastest colour printers in there class.

Environmentally friendly – requiring significantly fewer supplies and maintenance items compared to laser technology.

Wide Range of Paper – Solid ink printers are less sensitive than laser printers when it comes to paper thickness and quality therefore print on a wider range of paper.

Compatible Supplies – Over 30% in savings can be made when compared to Xerox branded solid ink sticks. Media Sciences solid ink is backed by a comprehensive warranty and is the informed customer’s choice as the premium quality price alternative.

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