Do using compatible printer cartridges damage my printer? The answer is NO. Use of compatible ink and toner cartridges will likely harm your printer or change its print quality. However, there are common factors that contribute to damaging and deterioration of your printer. Continue Reading
The cost to print in color is essentially higher compared to black and white or monochromatic printing. The difference lies in the application of cartridges in the process.
For monochromatic printing, only one (black) cartridge is used. This applies to inkjet or laser printers. That is why monochromatic printers are much simpler and smaller in size compared to color printers.
Color printers employ four CYMK (cyan, yellow, magenta and black) cartridges. The printer manages the four-color cartridges to print in color or photos. Just by the sheer use of multiple cartridges and sophistication of color printers makes color and photo printing expensive.
The bottom line, to save on printing costs, use a monochromatic printer for black and white documents. Color printers must be used only to print colored documents and photos. Never use a colored printer to print black and white, the result is dirty gray printouts aside from being expensive
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In an office, the most common work is printing various types of stuff for different works. So, you need to use a high-quality toner on your office printer. The printing quality is greatly depended on the quality of the toner cartridge. So, do not compromise with the quality of cartridges. Usually, each printer comes with a starter toner cartridge which can print a specific number of pages. After finishing this toner cartridge, we need to change that. For this task, we need to use replacement toner cartridges. When you search for the replacement cartridges, you will find a lot of models with various prices. Taking the right decision about the toner is difficult. But if you keep some particular thing in mind, you can choose the right product for your office.
Cartridges have been manufactured to last considerably, a huge turnaround from what printer makers want the users to believe. Under normal printing circumstances, a cartridge can last up to four printing lifetimes.
This only means that OEM cartridges can be refilled up to three times. Three is normally the practice because experience reveals that printing irregularities regularly appear on the fourth refill.
However, a cartridge can last indefinitely if remanufacturing is practiced. Remanufacturing only means overhauling the cartridge, defective parts are replaced, reassembled, tested before ink or toner is poured over. This give users distinct advantage, because buying new cartridges subsequently is omitted.
All cartridges are refillable, only that some are blessed with refill holes for easy access.
For cartridges like Brother, the refill hole is usually found on the side which can be pried open with a screwdriver or some other devices.
Other cartridges that discourage refilling are opened directly on the ink chamber by special tools that regularly comes with a compatible ink pack.
Once the ink cartridges are opened, refilling follows an accepted procedure. The procedure must be followed to a ‘T’ or print quality will suffer. Laser cartridges for example must be cleared of leftover toner, used and new toner must never mix because of differing magnetic polarities. This is the main reason why print irregularities appear in laser printing.
Knowing how much ink is left in your cartridge is important especially if you want continuous workflow. There are ways to know whether you have an empty ink cartridge or on low ink-levels. There are 3 easiest methods on how to tell if your ink cartridge is empty. Continue Reading