Ink is a vital component for any printer. Most types of printer ink today get their colors from dyes or pigments; each of these substances offer its own advantages and disadvantages. Printer ink is also usually mixed with solvents that allow for quicker drying and added resistance to fading.
Modern inkjet and laser printers typically use three to six colors of ink, but ink in CMYK colors (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black) are most commonly used. The type of ink used depends on the printer type; dot matrix printers are designed with ink-soaked ribbons, laser printers use dry ink or toner, and inkjet printers are equipped with ink cartridges.
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