Inkjet printers expert witnesses are highly qualified to opine on a type of printer that works by spraying droplets of ink directly onto the paper. The majority of inkjet printers have the ability to print color documents. Less expensive inkjet printers typically use three ink colors—cyan, magenta and yellow. Four-color inkjets (CMYK) add black ink for black printing. A replaceable ink cartridge contains the ink with the print nozzles. A typical inkjet printer will produce a printed page with a resolution of approximately 300 dots per inch (dpi), with some inkjet printers having the ability to produce full color of 600 dpi or higher.
Inkjet printers are not as complex as some other types of printers, and the issues they may experience are usually communications problems or problems with print quality. The quality can also be affected hardware and software malfunctions, damaged ink cartridges, incorrect print speed, color saturation, and resolution settings.
The inkjet printers expert witnesses at ForensisGroup have many years of experience in the digital imaging industry, with specialization in printer programs, wireless printing, inkjet printer design, and printer enhancements. These consultants have partnered with law firms and attorneys in class actions from customers who said that their cartridges still had ink in them when the printer required them to be replaced.
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