After looking deep into the bulk buying of ink and toners, here we are again with the Dos and DONT’s of buying printer ink and toner cartridges. The very simple knowledge of buying ink and cartridges are what people overlook; I mean, how important can it be? It is crucial because of the cost of these products and the damage caused to the machine may be irreversible.
You may already have messed up, and you will be smiling at your once upon a time situation, those unaware will want to know; what mistakes are this? Continue reading
Are you a frequent user of ink and toners? How much do you need? These are important questions to enable you to determine just the right amount of toner and ink that you need. You may not need so much for you to purchase bulk and the reverse is also true. You also do not want a situation where you are at the peak of very crucial work and then what do you know; you run short of ink.
You need to know; just how much ink and toner do you need and is it worth it? With this in mind, we will find out the pros and cons of ink and toners in bulk. Continue reading
Buying printer ink and cartridge toner can make some users cringe. Well, there is simply too many factors to consider. But did you know that hunting for the right toner or ink for you printer online can be a pleasant experience?
To get you started, here is a simple guide to buying printer ink and toner online. It’s poised to help even the most grounded fellow. Read on and you will thank us later.
Avoidable Buying Mistakes
Sure you can garner a high-grade toner or ink for your printer. Sure you can get a good deal at that. But there is nothing as frustrating as opening a delivery box only to unleash an entirely different cartridge from the old one. You can keep these mistakes at bay by learning a teensy bit more about your printer. What are these errors? Continue reading
In this cash-strapped times, any practical tip on saving some of your hard-earned cash is always welcome. And with manufacturer’s ink and toner cartridges costing a fortune, you can’t seem to catch a break. Newsflash: did you know you can save a ton of money by using compatible toner and ink for your printer? Oh yeah; compatible ink and toners have gained increased traction with most printer users, giving OEM manufacturers sleepless nights.
Better Off Buying a New Printer than a Cartridge?
It’s somewhat laughable that some users are faced with this tough choice. Laugh all you want but some OEM ink and toner cartridges carry a heftier price tag than the actual printer. Lucky for you, compatible toner and ink cartridge are now available. They are cheap, robust, and uncannily superior or similar – in function and look – to their genuine counterparts. So, what are you waiting for? Get yourself compatible cartridges today to save a truckload of cash. Continue reading
While companies have always purchased ink cartridges for purposes of recycling, selling these cartridges does not generate lots of cash. If you are interested in getting the most from the cartridges, you should extract the gold that is found on them. This might come as a surprise to many bur ink and toner cartridges actually contain gold. It is therefore possible to scrap ink and toner cartridges so that you remain with the gold that is found in them.
Removing the Gold Chips from the Cartridges
Firstly you have to get the gold chips removed from the cartridges. You will find them on the exterior of the cartridges. Make sure the chips are of gold and not of copper because copper will not get you a lot of money. If the cartridge is large, use a screw driver and if the cartridge is small, use a knife. Stick the screw driver under the gold ribbon and use it to pry the gold out cautiously. After it has been elevated to the right angle, peal it of carefully so that you get all the gold out. Once you have the gold, you need to extract it. Continue reading
You probably never give much thought to your printer ink and toners. What you generally care about is that you have the right printer ink and toners and that they are working properly. But printer ink and toners have some very interesting facts that you probably are not aware of. Here are some facts that you probably do not know about printer ink and toners. Continue reading
Printers ink and toners are very necessary items for the printing system. When you want to purchase supplies for your printer, you must be sure that you get items that are appropriate and ill work harmoniously with your printing system. You must make sure you buy the correct printer ink and toner or you will not be able to use it for your printing. Printer ink and toners are reasonably priced and are biodegradable or environmentally safe and can be found from various companies. You will thus have a wide range to choose from. Continue reading
In today’s business or home office, toner and ink cartridges can be an immense recurrent expense. If you own an inkjet or a laser printer, and you want to save, going for OEM (original manufacturer brand) cartridges will not cut it. Beside OEM cartridges, you have other options like third-party generics and refills.
Compatible (generic) brands have notable for bad reputation while refilled ones are messy, and pose high failure rate. News flash: there is another option that is poised to save you tons of cash: Re-manufactured Cartridge. Continue reading
Being an environmental freak, recycling is my life. Most of my time I spend trying to figure out ways I can give back to mother nature for her kindness. So far I have come across a stumbling block that keeps me wondering; what can I do with my printing cartridges that are non-recyclable?
Well, this is a general problem not only faced by the giant printing companies but also you the simple home user. Wish these cartridges were like regular disposable garbage where you just throw away in the trash can for the garage track to pick up later. Printer cartridges can be a pain in the but when it comes to disposal. Continue reading
When it comes to shopping for printers most inkjet shoppers work with the default, yet horribly simplistic knowledge that original cartridges are more expensive than compatible cartridges.
In the same vein, they also believe that compatible cartridges will spoil their printers. Obviously, there is a bit of truth in some of these statements. Even then the difference between compatible and original cartridges are far more complex and varied than is common knowledge. Continue reading