Inkjet Printers Gig Harbor WA

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Bremerton Office Machine Co
(360) 824-5393
245 4th ST
Bremerton, WA
Hours
Monday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Service Types and Repair
Canon, Copier, Fax Machine, Hewlett-Packard, Panasonic, Printer, Ricoh, Scanner, Sharp, Xerox

Witt Company
(253) 830-0070
1150 Commerce St
Tacoma, WA
 
Johnson-Cox Co., Inc
(253) 272-2238
726 Pacific Ave
Tacoma, WA
 
Premier Media Group
(253) 588-5340
711 St. Helens Ave, Ste 204
Tacoma, WA
 
Minuteman Press-Downtown Tacoma
(253) 383-4377
1111 A St
Tacoma, WA
 
Copiers Northwest
(253) 248-0406
5007 Pacific Hwy. E.
Fife, WA
Hours
Monday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Service Types and Repair
Canon, Copier, Fax Machine, Hewlett-Packard, Lexmark, Panasonic, Printer, Scanner, Sharp

Graphic Services, Inc
(253) 627-8495
402 Tacoma Ave S Ste A
Tacoma, WA
 
Business Examiner Newspaper Group
(253) 404-0891
1702 Tacoma Ave S
Tacoma, WA
 
Reprographics, NW
(253) 383-6363
632 Broadway
Tacoma, WA
 
News Tribune
(253) 597-8554
PO Box 11000
Tacoma, WA
 

Printing Pleasures

Printing Pleasures

Experience the joy of photography with the latest in inkjet printers and papers


An inkjet printer is more than just a way of making a copy of a picture recorded by a digital camera; it allows us to creatively share with others what excites us about the world.

Inkjet Technologies
Digital cameras have changed tremendously in the last decade, and inkjet printers weren't left behind in terms of innovation and improvements in quality. Each new generation of printers has delivered better color, faster print speeds and improved fade resistance. Inkjet prints now are displayed on gallery and museum walls, not only because of the beauty of the photographs, but because they offer what's essential to serious photographers: quality, control and longevity.

These improvements are available to all of us. Whether the print is destined for the Getty Museum or our living room wall, inkjet printers and papers deliver prints that once were only possible through a custom photofinisher.

Each of the major printer manufacturers have improved on their designs. Their printers are faster, deliver improved color accuracy and longer fade-resistance, and make it easier to create prints without the need of a computer. As well as creating printers that deliver beautiful prints, each manufacturer is introducing new features to distinguish themselves from their competitors.

Changing Inks
One of the ways that inkjet printers have changed is with their inks. Inkjets have evolved from a single tank holding cyan, magenta, yellow and black inks to six, seven or eight ink tanks that hold the individual colors and promise a more cost-effective use of inks. Beyond the basic four inks, most have also included light magenta, light cyan and varying shades of gray. This increase results in better continuous tones and colors, providing a smooth and natural progression from light to dark, which eliminates abrupt shifts that produce distracting elements in the final print.

Canon's ChromaPLUS system adds red and green inks to its cyan, magenta, yellow, light magenta and light cyan inks, increasing the color gamut, or the range of color that can be accurately reproduced by the printer. The additional two inks deliver colors with more saturation and brilliance and offer more natural greens for subjects such as foliage.

 

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