what is one pass printer?
One pass printer is a type of printer that can print all colors in a single pass of the print head. This means that instead of multiple passes, where each color is printed separately, a one pass printer can print all colors at once, resulting in faster printing times and improved color accuracy. One pass printers are commonly used in commercial printing and packaging industries.
The working principle of a one pass printer is to print all colors onto the printing material in a single pass, which is different from traditional multi-pass printers that require multiple passes through the print head, with each pass printing one color.
A one pass printer usually has multiple print heads, each of which contains multiple nozzles that can simultaneously spray different inks or colors. These ink or color nozzles are arranged in a straight line parallel to the printing material. When the printing over material moves head, the nozzles will spray different colors of ink or color, completing all colors in a single print process.
In addition, one pass printers usually have higher printing speeds and resolutions to meet higher printing quality requirements. Because they print all colors at once, they can print more pages or products in the same amount of time and reduce printing issues such as color offset or blur.
Overall, one pass printers use a series of highly precise technologies to print all colors of ink or color in a single print process onto the printing material, achieving faster, more efficient, and high-quality printing services.