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When print jobs are details photographic reproductions.

Why would you recommend a dye sublimation printer? • When a faster printer is needed. • When cheap or surplus solid ink wax sticks are available. • When an inexpensive way to add another printer is needed. • When print jobs are details photographic reproductions.

The user has surplus of toner cartridges and would like a printer that can be used with these.

Which of the following would be a good reason to not recommend a solid ink printer? • The user is looking for a faster printer. • The user has an application that requires detailed photographic reproductions. • The user has surplus of toner cartridges and would like a printer that can be used with these. • The user is looking for an inexpensive method to add another printer.

600 DPI

Which of the following pinters would produce the highest print quality? • 18-pin • 24-pin • 600 DPI • 300 DPI

Dot matrix

Which type of printer uses an inked ribbon? • Dye sublimation • Dot matrix • Laser • Ink jet

Dot matrix

Which type of printer has the poorest print quality because the image is created using fairly large dots? • Ink jet • Dot matrix • Laser • Daisy wheel

Dot matrix

Which of the following printer types is considered an impact printer? • Inkjet • Dot matrix • Laser • Bubble-Jet

Bubble jet (inkjet)

Which of the following types of printers heats the ink in its print head to print? • Laser • Piezoelectric crystal inkjet • Bubble jet (inkjet) • Thermal

Impact

You have been asked to recommend a printer that will be used in a travel agency. The printer will be used to print airline tickets. Each ticket has four pages (multi-part, carbon-based forms), and the same information must show up on all four pages with a single pass of the printer. Which printer type would you recommend? • Impact • Dye sublimation • Laser • Ink Jet

• Tractor feed
• Platen

Which of the following components are found in dot matrix printers? (Select two.) • Tractor feed • Platen • Nozzles • Thermal ink ribbon • Drum

Laser

Which type of printer uses a drum, plastic toner, and fuser to create a printed page? • Laser • Dye sublimation • Dot matrix • Ink jet

Laser

Which type of printer uses lasers and electrical charges to transfer images to paper? • Piezoelectric crystal inkjet • Laser • Dot matrix • Thermal inkjet (bubble jet)

Primary corona

Which component in a laser printer prepares the photosensitive drum for writing by causing it to receive a negative electrostatic charge? • Primary corona • Organic photoconductor (OPC) drum • Fuser • Transfer corona

Transfer roller

Which component in a laser printer charges the paper to attract toner? • Primary corona • Fuser • Drum • Transfer roller

Developing roller

Which component is a laser printer applies toner to the drum, causing the toner to stick to the charged areas on the drum? • Secondary corona • Primary corona • Fuser • Developing roller

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When print jobs are details photographic reproductions.

Why would you recommend a dye sublimation printer? • When a faster printer is needed. • When cheap or surplus solid ink wax sticks are available. • When an inexpensive way to add another printer is needed. • When print jobs are details photographic reproductions.

The user has surplus of toner cartridges and would like a printer that can be used with these.

Which of the following would be a good reason to not recommend a solid ink printer? • The user is looking for a faster printer. • The user has an application that requires detailed photographic reproductions. • The user has surplus of toner cartridges and would like a printer that can be used with these. • The user is looking for an inexpensive method to add another printer.

600 DPI

Which of the following pinters would produce the highest print quality? • 18-pin • 24-pin • 600 DPI • 300 DPI

Dot matrix

Which type of printer uses an inked ribbon? • Dye sublimation • Dot matrix • Laser • Ink jet

Dot matrix

Which type of printer has the poorest print quality because the image is created using fairly large dots? • Ink jet • Dot matrix • Laser • Daisy wheel

Dot matrix

Which of the following printer types is considered an impact printer? • Inkjet • Dot matrix • Laser • Bubble-Jet

Bubble jet (inkjet)

Which of the following types of printers heats the ink in its print head to print? • Laser • Piezoelectric crystal inkjet • Bubble jet (inkjet) • Thermal

Impact

You have been asked to recommend a printer that will be used in a travel agency. The printer will be used to print airline tickets. Each ticket has four pages (multi-part, carbon-based forms), and the same information must show up on all four pages with a single pass of the printer. Which printer type would you recommend? • Impact • Dye sublimation • Laser • Ink Jet

• Tractor feed
• Platen

Which of the following components are found in dot matrix printers? (Select two.) • Tractor feed • Platen • Nozzles • Thermal ink ribbon • Drum

Laser

Which type of printer uses a drum, plastic toner, and fuser to create a printed page? • Laser • Dye sublimation • Dot matrix • Ink jet

Laser

Which type of printer uses lasers and electrical charges to transfer images to paper? • Piezoelectric crystal inkjet • Laser • Dot matrix • Thermal inkjet (bubble jet)

Primary corona

Which component in a laser printer prepares the photosensitive drum for writing by causing it to receive a negative electrostatic charge? • Primary corona • Organic photoconductor (OPC) drum • Fuser • Transfer corona

Transfer roller

Which component in a laser printer charges the paper to attract toner? • Primary corona • Fuser • Drum • Transfer roller

Developing roller

Which component is a laser printer applies toner to the drum, causing the toner to stick to the charged areas on the drum? • Secondary corona • Primary corona • Fuser • Developing roller

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