Thermal Ink Jet- Industrial Printers

Thermal inkjet (TIJ) printers can produce a high quality, high resolution finished print. The “thermal” in the thermal inkjet means the ink is released from the nozzle using a heating element. Once the ink is heated it forms a bubble that pushes the ink out through a series of nozzles onto the item being printed.

One advantage of the TIJ is that the ink is securely contained in the cartridge. This eliminates the possibility of the cartridge leaking as it has no pumps or moving parts Also, because the ink and print head are housed in the same cartridge the entire ink delivery system and print head are brand new every time the cartridge is changed thereby reducing costly ongoing system maintenance except for an occasional simple cleaning of the print head.

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If you’re operating your business on a budget and want to keep printing costs in line, a TIJ print resolution can be adjusted to minimize ink usage saving operational costs. At Griffin-Rutgers, we offer the largest variety of TIJ printers available including multi-head printers, shudder heads, water wash down units, non-stop printers, wipe heads, non-stop printers and slim printers for tight spaces as examples. We specialize in guiding our customers to choose the correct Thermal Inkjet printer to do the job effectively and fit the packaging environment all at an affordable cost point.


Thermal Ink Jet Printers News

Advantages Of Industrial Inkjet Printer Systems

High quality, high speed and flexible coding options are three of the reasons that thermal inkjet printers (TIJ) are typically chosen for use in the packaging industry. This technology provides a clean print, is reliable and is virtually maintenance free. Thermal inkjet printers can be used in industrial applications that require printing on both porous […]

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Thermal Ink Jet (TIJ) Printers Offer Reliability

When it comes to selecting a printer to code or mark variable information onto your packaging or product, reliability is crucial. TIJ printers offer that reliability. They are simple and maintenance-free, making them the perfect fit for your coding and packaging needs.

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Offline Inkjet Printing Systems For Medical Packaging

Medical packaging, such as blister packs and Tyvek pouches, often require unique handling and inkjet printing systems, and it’s typically found that offline coding systems work best. An offline feeding and transport system helps to automate the printing process or can completely replace the need for a label by printing directly onto the packaging. What […]

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Thermal Printer and Feeding Systems

Are you printing pouches, Tyvek lid stocks, sleeve, cut labels or garment tags? If you answered yes, then you just might need an Xxtreme/64 desk top system in your facility. These flat-product thermal transfer printer and feeding systems are ideal for use in many industries. When you’re talking with a printing professional from our office […]

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Debunking five myths of Thermal Inkjet (TIJ) printing

Over the past decade, designers of TIJ (Thermal inkjet) printers have worked tirelessly to address the limiting factors of the technology. The latest generation of TIJ printers will outperform CIJ (continuous inkjet) in terms of cost of ownership and print quality in most coding applications. Despite the discernible shift to TIJ, there’s still some outdated […]

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Why Your Business Needs Drop-On-Demand Inkjet Systems

If you are in the distribution packaging business, you may want to consider a drop-on-demand inkjet (DOD) system. Do note, however, that this term is somewhat general and can comprise a wide range of inkjet technologies in use today. This post provides some fundamental information about the drop-on-demand inkjet system and why it could be a good solution for your distinct distribution packaging business needs.

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Benefits of Continuous Inkjet Printers

Benefits of Continuous Inkjet Printers Industries such as cosmetics, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, electronics, automotive, construction and other industrial sectors present some of the most demanding coding and marking challenges. Continuous Inkjet Printers are among the oldest printing technologies still in use today and are frequently used in these demanding situations where reliability, speed and […]

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