Phase change ink

A type of ink that is a wax-like solid at room temperature. It is heated in the printhead to become a liquid that is then fired at the medium. It is most commonly used by Xerox in its Phaser range of office printers, but the same company uses a variation of the process in its CiPress series of high end web-fed inkjet production printers.

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