One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A form of inkjet printer in which the ink is heated, producing bubbles which force droplets of ink on to the paper.
- ‘All inkjet and bubblejet printers should be serviced every 18 months to maintain optimal printing quality.’
- ‘Therefore, inkjet and bubblejet printers should not be used especially for printing labels to apply to the outside of the envelope.’
- ‘The drops of ink that come from the piezoelectric type printer are significantly smaller than those of the bubblejet printers, allowing for greater control over the image quality.’
- ‘Most common inkjet printers today are bubblejet printers, a spin-off from the original inkjet printers.’
- ‘Well known in Ireland for cameras and lower-end bubblejet printers, the company also makes a large range of printers and multi-function devices aimed at the middle and high end of the market.’
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