Industrial printers use a type of lead called a thermal inkjet lead. Thermal inkjet leads are similar to regular printer leads, but they are made with a different type of plastic. They are also heat-sensitive, which means that they need to be heated before they can be used. This heating process makes the lead soft and pliable.

Injuries sustained when using printers can be quite serious. Here are some of the most common printer-related injuries:

-Burns from hot ink or toner
-Strains and tears caused by straining to lift heavy documents
-Caught in/by moving parts from print rollers
-Inkjet cartridge explosions
-Dropped printers can cause lacerations and broken bones
-Repetitive motion injuries like carpal tunnel syndrome often occur in people who use printers frequently

Printer leads can be very dangerous and can cause injury. If you have been hit by a printer lead, don’t hesitate to contact an attorney. The lawyer can help you obtain the compensation you deserve.