Inkjet printing is a type of printing technology that uses droplets of liquid ink to create a copy of a digital document or image. It’s one of the most common forms of printing and is used in both home and office environments.
The first inkjet printer was developed in 1967, and inkjet printing has become more and more common since, becoming the printing technology of choice for home users. The most popular modern inkjet printers come from four main manufacturers: Brother, Canon, Epson, and HP.
Inkjet printers tend to be less expensive to acquire than laser printers and produce excellent colour and monochromatic prints using more traditional ink printing methods. They work by spraying ionized ink onto a sheet of paper, and are an excellent option in environments where a lower volume of printing is required for either homes or businesses.
We are able to provide some of the best value machines around, allowing you to get the best inkjet printer for your own personal or commercial needs. There are a variety of models that we supply, with different machines being better for different usages and operations.
Photography, Inkjet Printing and DPI
Standing for Dots Per Inch, the DPI of an ink jet printer is a measurement of how detailed the prints it produces can be, also known as the resolution. The greater the DPI, the higher resolution and within our product range varies from 600 to 2400 dots per square inch.
Even a cheap inkjet printer can produce great quality results, making the creation of professional documents, certificates and other paperwork convenient and efficient.
To accompany your machine, we are able to provide you with branded ink cartridges that can be used to optimise the output of your device. We also offer a range of inkjet printers that can produce high quality image-heavy documents for your business. Such machines are often used by professional photographers looking to print and hand out examples of their work.
To find out more about how to find the best inkjet printer, please do not hesitate to get in touch with the team. We are able to provide advice on finding the machine that best suits your needs, as well as discuss printing systems you may be looking into.