Ink Cartridge type refers to the basic situation of the product cartridge configuration, mainly the number of colors used, the ink capacity of the cartridge and whether to use a separate cartridge. Although, theoretically, all colors can be modulated by the "primary colors." However, in actual operations, relying only on the "three primary colors" will produce more pronounced colors, and black printing will also have insufficient penetration. Therefore, today's inkjet printers have already eliminated three-color ink cartridges. Black, green, magenta, and yellow ink cartridges have become the most basic requirements. Now in order to further improve the printing effect, high-end products have generally adopted black, blue, magenta, yellow, light blue, light magenta six-color ink cartridges. At present, there are products that add a light black color to seven colors, and some add dark gray and light gray or black to black matte and photo black, add red and blue, and finally add Bright ink to achieve eight colors. The greater the number of colors of the ink cartridge, the better the reproducibility of the color, especially the expression of gray balance and lightness on the printing of some black and white works is close to perfect. However, with the increase in the color of ink cartridges, the price of the product will naturally increase.
Compared with large-format printers, ordinary ink-jet printers do not have much requirements for the capacity of ink cartridges, and there is no universal adoption of color-split ink cartridges.
Editor’s Note: This post was Published by Proffisy on 30 Mar,2018.