The Scientific Process in Inkjet Printing [Infographic]

The Scientific Process in Inkjet Printing

The Scientific Process in Inkjet Printing [Infographic]

Ever wonder how you’re able to print a seemingly endless amount of shades and hues, when there are only four colours of ink that you buy for your printer?

Printing technology has advanced to the point where a simple, inexpensive, home inkjet printer can produce a great range of colours. However, this process remains fairly simple, as you’ll see in the infographic below:

The Scientific Process in Inkjet Printing Infographic

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