Dot Matrix (Needle) Printing

The print is formed by a print head which consists of a set of pins driven forward by the power of electromagnets. The print head moves line by line along the sheet, with the pins hitting the paper through the ink-soaked ribbon to form a dot matrix image. Dot matrix (needle) printers are used for printing monochrome texts.

Characteristic features of the print:

  • dotted structure of text symbols is noticeable;
  • slight indentation of each dot into the paper.

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