Although a Thermal Inkjet (TIJ) Printer is the more usual type of printer as it is unaffected by changes in thickness of the carton, the systems can be fitted with a continuous Thermal Transfer (TTO) printer if so desired.
What does TIJ stand for?
TIJ stands for Thermal Inkjet (printing technology)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 5 other meanings of TIJ in our Acronym Attic
- Treasury Inflation-Indexed Securities
- Twin (Time-domain Wavelength Interleaved Network) Iterative Independent Set
- Turn It Into Something Good
- Technion-Israel Institute of Technology (Israel)
- Training in Industriellen Technologien GmbH (German: Training in Industrial Technologies)
- Transport of Intercepted IP (Internet Protocol) Traffic
- TTM (Time to Market, Inc.) Institute of Information Technology (India)
- 1000 Islands International Tourism Council
- Trustees of the Internal Improvement Trust Fund (Florida)
- The Italian Job (movie)
- Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico - General Abelardo L Rodriguez (Airport Code)
- Time in Job
- Tokyo Institute of Japanese (Tokyo, Japan)
- Tuned in Journal (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette TV commentary column)
- Turkish Islamic Jihad
- Taman Impian Jaya Ancol (resort; Jakarta, Indonesia)
- Tampa International Jet Center
- Treasure Island Job Corps Center (California)
- Testing in a Joint Environment (US DoD)
- Truth in Jazz Orchestra (Muskegon, MI)
Samples in periodicals archive:
An Australian ink breakthrough holds the promise For extending the functionality of the large numbers of Hewlett-Packard (HP) thermal inkjet printers now putting in heavy duty in the local packaging industry for product identification and batch code work.
The CardJet 410 Printer can print plastic cards with thermal inkjet technology.
The piezo-electric heads are reasonably durable and last a few years (a long time in PC Land) while the thermal inkjet head lose their accuracy very quickly; to overcome this diminishing accuracy you actually buy a new print head every time you replace the ink cartridge.
Xerox filed the suit in May 1998, claiming that HP had violated its proprietary multi-color thermal inkjet print- head technology.
Xerox is one of only four printer companies with access to its own thermal inkjet technology.