BJ

(redirected from Bubble-Jet)
AcronymDefinition
BJBlow Job
BJBlackjack
BJBeijing (China)
BJBubble-Jet (Canon)
BJBon Jovi (band)
BJBeijo (Portuguese: Kiss)
BJBilly Joel (singer)
BJBlue Jays (baseball team)
BJBillie Jean (Michal Jackson song)
BJBlue Jeans
BJBaujahr (German: year of construction)
BJBonjour (French: hello)
BJBall Joint (mechanical)
BJBillie Joe Armstrong (Green Day)
BJBen and Jerry's
BJBaby Jane
BJBrian Jones (Rolling Stones member)
BJBundesamt für Justiz (Federal Office of Justice, Switzerland)
BJBad Job
BJBig Job
BJBiochemical Journal
BJBobby Jackson (basketball player)
BJBlonde Joke
BJBroad Jump
BJBob Jones University
BJBefore Jesus
BJBack Judge (football)
BJBachelor of Journalism
BJBrand Jordan
BJBeverly Jean (from BJ's Wholesale Club; retailer named for founder's daughter)
BJBeth Jacob (Synagogue)
BJBrian Jacques (author)
BJB'nai Jeshurun (New York)
BJByron Jackson (Byron Jackson Company)
BJBill Joy (designer of Berkeley UNIX BSD, Chief Scientist of Sun Microsystems)
BJBlueberry Juice
BJBulkhead Jack
BJBreakfast Jack (Jack in the Box Sandwich)
BJBunjee Jump
BJBai Jiu (Chinese wine)
BJBomberman Jetters (video game)
BJBantam Jack (test connector)
BJBarrage Jammer
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To have the inventor of Bubble-jet join us and lead our Japanese operations is a notable endorsement of the Xaar piezo ink jet technology and the future of the company.
Another market development, which indicates the strength of the growth trends predicted in the new CAP Ventures forecast (1999-2003), Canon USA announced that it is entering the wide format color printer market with a portfolio of printers using its successful bubble-jet technology.
Canon invented bubble-jet technology, which is the basis for most of the ink-jet printers sold today.
The ColorScribe 6000 is able to produce a high-resolution (360 dpi) color image on printable CDs in less than one minute, using bubble-jet printing technology.
The ConsumerQuest study found that more than half of those interviewed believed they were looking at laser output when actually they were seeing print samples from Canon's next-generation Bubble-Jet technology utilized by the BJ-200.