Today’s question is about printing and printer ink, brought to you by CompAndSave.com:
Why is the ink in your printer ink cartridge heated and cooled during the printing process?
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The heat in the printhead (created by a resistor) is used to make an ink bubble, when the heat is removed, the bubble bursts and sends dots of ink through the nozzles and onto the paper in the printer.