Professionally remanufactured cartridges are recycled inkjet cartridges designed to meet or exceed OEM specifications. The process involves inspecting, disassembling, cleaning, and refilling the ink. The cartridge is then tested, sealed, and then sold.
Using an ink refill kit will allow you to refill your cartridges over an over. There is a limit however. It ultimately depends on the cartridge, but the average is about 10 times.
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Unlike many other cartridges that use a thermal process, Epson inkjet cartridges use a special piezo-electric technology to transfer ink from the print head to the page. This is known as Micro Piezo inkjet technology. The small, 6-picoliter ink drops used by these Epson ink cartridges allows them to produce vivid colors and detail. Quick-drying […]
HP uses their advanced inkjet technology in a wide range of applications. Inkjet technology is both versatile and affordable, making it one of the most popular printing methods available today. HP inkjet cartridges, print heads, and compatible media offer high-quality results at a low cost. HP recently added 8-ink cartridges to its photo printing technology. […]
Unlike many other cartridges that use a thermal process, Epson ink cartridges use a special piezo-electric technology to transfer ink from the print head to the page. This is known as Micro Piezo inkjet technology. The small, 6-picoliter ink drops used by these Epson ink cartridges allows them to produce vivid colors and detail. Quick-drying […]
The term “BubbleJet” is used by Canon to distinguish its inkjet printers and cartridges. They offer a wide range of products to suit your printing needs. Canon sells both inkjet cartridges, or ink tanks, and print heads. In many cases, the ink cartridges will be indicated by an “i” after the model name, e.g. bci-10. […]
OEM stands for “Original Equipment Manufacturer.” OEM printer cartridges are the ones that come with the printer and are usually produced by the same company the manufactures the printers. Many manufacturers recommend OEM cartridges for best results.
Remanufactured ink cartridges (aka recycled ink cartridges) are basically OEM cartridges that have been refilled with ink and given brand new print heads. They are recycled cartridges that are remanufactured to meet or exceed OEM specifications. The cartridges are inspected, disassembled, cleaned, and refilled. Once the cartridges have been tested, they are sealed and sold. […]
Ink refills are usually much less expensive than new OEM ink cartridges. They are also easy to use and generally provide good results. Ink refills work for most cartridges.
Most ink cartridge refill kits are clean and easy to use. By controlling the injection process you are able to transfer the ink neatly into the cartridge.
Ink refill kits allow you to refill your existing cartridges when they become empty. The kits work by injecting bottled ink into the empty cartridges. Many ink cartridges can be refilled between 3 and 10 times with refill kits.
The manufacturer of your printer cannot void a warranty because you used a certain cartridge or inkjet refills. Ink refills provide an economical alternative to new cartridges and generally provide good results.
Compatible Inkjet Cartridges (aka generic ink) are new cartridges that are not manufactured by the company that made your printer. They are almost an exact replica of an OEM cartridge and generally meet the same quality standards at a fraction of the price. Their use will not void your warranty. In most cases you’ll be […]
With compatible ink cartridges you generally save about 50-75% off the cost of an OEM cartridge. These types of cartridges are designed to meet OEM standards. If you cannot find a compatible cartridge for your printer, you may want to consider remanufactured cartridges.