Resources Contact Us Home
Cartridge for ink jet printer and ink jet printer

Image Number 3 for United States Patent #6050672.

A cartridge for an ink jet printer capable of directly or indirectly reducing the capacity of a wasted ink recovery unit without causing any restraint to a printing function, an ink jet printer adapted to accommodate this cartridge, and an ink jet printer capable of reducing a printing time without causing any restraint to the printing function are provided. In the cartridge for an ink jet printer, containing a printing article and removably mounted in an ink jet printer, a wasted ink recovery unit for storing wasted ink produced in the ink jet printer is provided in a cartridge case. This allows the capacity of the wasted ink recovery unit to be determined on the basis of a cartridge exchanging frequency. The ink jet printer adapted to accommodate this cartridge does not require a wasted ink recovery unit, so that its size can be reduced correspondingly.

  Recently Added Patents
Bearing grease composition
Use of metal astringents for the treatment of hairy heel warts
Mobile phone
Method of determining focus and dose of an apparatus of optical micro-lithography
Systems and methods for modifying utility usage
Indexing digitized speech with words represented in the digitized speech
  Randomly Featured Patents
Method of continuous production of dried, ground meat reconstituted as thin slabs
Electrical circuit marking identification plate
Electrical connector for flat circuitry
Apparatus and method for fast filtering read and write barrier operations in garbage collection system
Three-dimensional measuring apparatus and three-dimensional measuring method
Lane-based road transport information generation
Method and apparatus for tracking control by checking timing between a rotary head reference position and an onset of reproducing tracking information recorded in each track
Semiconductor constructions including gate arrays formed on partial SOI substrate
Diaper bag
Automatic focusing apparatus using scanning line weighting of a video signal to determine an in-focus condition