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recycled printer ink cartridges

Hewlett-Packard printer ink cartridges contain both ink and printhead,
so that installing a new cartridge also installs a new printhead.

HP warns that it accepts no responsibility for any loss or damage
resulting from the use of recycled cartridges.

I accept that a recycled cartridge could result in sub-standard
printing, because of inferior ink or oversized nozzles but, to me, it
seems unlikely that it could cause any damage to the printer.

Is the HP warning to be taken seriously?

Tony
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In article <616809404e.old_coaster@old_coaster.yahoo.co.uk>,
   Tony Moore <old_coaster@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> Hewlett-Packard printer ink cartridges contain both ink and printhead,
> so that installing a new cartridge also installs a new printhead.

> HP warns that it accepts no responsibility for any loss or damage
> resulting from the use of recycled cartridges.

> I accept that a recycled cartridge could result in sub-standard
> printing, because of inferior ink or oversized nozzles but, to me, it
> seems unlikely that it could cause any damage to the printer.

> Is the HP warning to be taken seriously?

don't know about HP, but my Canon has a container for surplus ink.  This
tends to get used when 'head cleaning' at start-up and other times on
demand.  Sub-standard ink, as well as clogging the heads, might clog this
waste system, requiring major work in replacing it.  This happened to my
Canon, although the heads did come clear by my own efforts.  The company
who repaired my printer couldn't see why I just didn't buy a new printer;
but you find another pin-feed ink-jet one!

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charles7889 (2007)
7/2/2006 8:55:40 AM
In article <4e400b56e0charles@charleshope.demon.co.uk>,
   charles <charles@charleshope.demon.co.uk> wrote:
>
> don't know about HP, but my Canon has a container for surplus ink.  This
> tends to get used when 'head cleaning' at start-up and other times on
> demand.  Sub-standard ink, as well as clogging the heads, might clog this
> waste system, requiring major work in replacing it.  This happened to my
> Canon, although the heads did come clear by my own efforts.  The company
> who repaired my printer couldn't see why I just didn't buy a new printer;
> but you find another pin-feed ink-jet one!

I've been refilling my Canon cartridges for years - in fact I can't
remember when last I bought a Canon refill.

I have never had any problems, apart from occasionally having
multi-coloured fingers. Photographs printed with refill inks have even won
first prize in local photographic competitions, so other people can't see
the difference either.

One thing you have to look out for is that you use the right kind of ink. For
instance my Canon IP 4000 uses two blacks - one is dye based and the other
pigment based. If you will a dye cartridge with pigment, you will almost certainly
block the nozzles.

Jochen

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jl9842 (299)
7/2/2006 10:53:25 AM
Tony Moore wrote:
> Hewlett-Packard printer ink cartridges contain both ink and printhead,
> so that installing a new cartridge also installs a new printhead.
> 
> HP warns that it accepts no responsibility for any loss or damage
> resulting from the use of recycled cartridges.
> 
> I accept that a recycled cartridge could result in sub-standard
> printing, because of inferior ink or oversized nozzles but, to me, it
> seems unlikely that it could cause any damage to the printer.

I bought some recycled cartridges from my local shop - I was after the 
real thing, but they didn't have any in stock. Since I needed them 
immediately, I thought I'd have a go at them (I've had some bad 
experiences with a refill, but since the cartridges include the print 
head, if they get clogged, throw them away).

I'm very impressed with them - I couldn't see any degradation in quality 
(they were better than the aging cartridge I was using beforehand), and 
the colour match looks fine.

They also had a couple of envelopes to send off the old ones to be recycled.
-- 
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newsmaster9 (144)
7/2/2006 11:35:26 AM
In article <4e400b56e0charles@charleshope.demon.co.uk>,
   charles <charles@charleshope.demon.co.uk> wrote:
> don't know about HP, but my Canon has a container for surplus ink.  This
> tends to get used when 'head cleaning' at start-up and other times on
> demand.  Sub-standard ink, as well as clogging the heads, might clog this
> waste system, requiring major work in replacing it.  This happened to my
> Canon, although the heads did come clear by my own efforts.  The company
> who repaired my printer couldn't see why I just didn't buy a new printer;
> but you find another pin-feed ink-jet one!

That's true enough for printers with separate heads, especially ones where
the head cannot be easily replaced, but where an integrated head and ink
cartridge are concerned, this is not really a problem. The only problem
might be where a cartridge is repeatedly refilled, so the head will
eventually wear or clog with use. 

One consideration you need to make when taking the HP warning into account
is that printer manufacturers will undersell their printers, making their
profit up by charging over the top for the refills. In this respect, the
refill companies are cutting into their profits, so the printer company
will try to make things difficult for the refillers. One way is to put the
wind up the consumer by suggesting that the cartridge will cause damage.
In some cases, this could be true as suggested above, but not always.

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miyuki1 (1402)
7/2/2006 11:36:01 AM
In article <616809404e.old_coaster@old_coaster.yahoo.co.uk>,
   Tony Moore <old_coaster@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> Hewlett-Packard printer ink cartridges contain both ink and printhead,
> so that installing a new cartridge also installs a new printhead.

> HP warns that it accepts no responsibility for any loss or damage
> resulting from the use of recycled cartridges.

> I accept that a recycled cartridge could result in sub-standard
> printing, because of inferior ink or oversized nozzles but, to me, it
> seems unlikely that it could cause any damage to the printer.

> Is the HP warning to be taken seriously?

Only if you have shares in HP.

For monochrome printing one of our departmental secretaries went through
five boxes of bottles of Quink before needing to use a new cartridge.
(Handy having needles and such available to inject new ink yourself)

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7/2/2006 3:52:41 PM
In message <44a7af7e$0$4880$fa0fcedb@news.zen.co.uk>
          Jason Tribbeck <newsmaster9@tribbeck.com> wrote:

> Tony Moore wrote:
[snip]
> I bought some recycled cartridges from my local shop - I was after the 
> real thing, but they didn't have any in stock. Since I needed them 
> immediately, I thought I'd have a go at them (I've had some bad 
> experiences with a refill, but since the cartridges include the print 
> head, if they get clogged, throw them away).
> 
> I'm very impressed with them - I couldn't see any degradation in quality 
> (they were better than the aging cartridge I was using beforehand), and 
> the colour match looks fine.
> 
> They also had a couple of envelopes to send off the old ones to be recycled.

What intrigues me is what they do with them (the ones including the
print head) to make them as-new again. One cartridge will look much
like another when it comes in, so how do the dried-out ones get
revived? I've tried all ways to unblock some, and have only made
things worse. They can't just fill them up and reject those that don't
work...

-- 
Mark J 
Poppyland.plus.com, not plu$.com.invalid, for private replies 
www.poppy-land.co.uk
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mark9898 (332)
7/2/2006 5:04:58 PM
Tony Moore wrote:
> Hewlett-Packard printer ink cartridges contain both ink and printhead,
> so that installing a new cartridge also installs a new printhead.
> 
> HP warns that it accepts no responsibility for any loss or damage
> resulting from the use of recycled cartridges.
> 
> I accept that a recycled cartridge could result in sub-standard
> printing, because of inferior ink or oversized nozzles but, to me, it
> seems unlikely that it could cause any damage to the printer.
> 
> Is the HP warning to be taken seriously?
> 
> Tony
I've been using refills from Cartridge World at school for about 2 years 
now - HP 15, 17, 78 56 &57 as well as the later Canons with no problems 
part from the odd 17 which is a known problem with the foil  coming off 
the head.  When I had a problem with a Canon on the Magenta tank, they 
gave me a cleaning tank which solved the problem.  I also use refille 
laser cartridges from them.  The price is half of a new onefor all - you 
suply the empty.  They 'guarantee'  the printer against damage - I 
have'nt had to test this one after spending about �2500 over 2 years

Malcolm Race
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mrace (11)
7/2/2006 6:24:04 PM
On Sun, 02 Jul 2006 12:35:26 +0100, Jason Tribbeck wrote:
> They also had a couple of envelopes to send off the old ones to be recycled.

In the US you seemed to be able to hand them in at your local office
supply store in exchange for a free ream of printer paper. No idea if
anywhere in the UK does that (yet) but it seemed like a good deal and
presumably saves on number of envelopes flying around too :-)



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7/2/2006 7:35:22 PM
In article <pan.2006.07.02.19.35.22.400869@remove.this.yahoo.co.uk>,
   Jules <julesrichardsonuk@remove.this.yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> On Sun, 02 Jul 2006 12:35:26 +0100, Jason Tribbeck wrote:
> > They also had a couple of envelopes to send off the old ones to be
> > recycled.

> In the US you seemed to be able to hand them in at your local office
> supply store in exchange for a free ream of printer paper. No idea if
> anywhere in the UK does that (yet) but it seemed like a good deal and
> presumably saves on number of envelopes flying around too :-)

Mmnn! But it doesn't save on the amount of crap (acid) paper distributed
as freebies.

GD

-- 

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dfs (2099)
7/2/2006 7:56:00 PM
In article <b32238404e.News@poppy-land.fslife.co.uk>,

>? I've tried all ways to unblock some, and have only made
> things worse. They can't just fill them up and reject those that don't
> work...

A mixture of isopropanol and water often does the trick.

Jochen

-- 

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jl9842 (299)
7/2/2006 8:13:59 PM
On 2 Jul 2006, Tony Moore <old_coaster@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:

> Is the HP warning to be taken seriously?

Many thanks for all the replies, from which I'm reassured to understand
that HP could be worried, but not the user of the recycled cartridges.

Here in Ghana 'genuine' cartridges cost about twice as much as recycled
ones imported from Dubai, http://www.appoge.com/default.htm , which seem
to work perfectly well.

Certainly HP seem to regard the printer itself as a loss leader,
intended to trap the purchaser into a lifetime of expensive cartridges.

Tony
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old_coaster (1286)
7/2/2006 8:48:44 PM
In message <4e40497117jl@spamnet.co.uk>
          Jochen Lueg <jl@spamnet.co.uk> wrote:

> In article <b32238404e.News@poppy-land.fslife.co.uk>,
> 
> >? I've tried all ways to unblock some, and have only made
> > things worse. They can't just fill them up and reject those that don't
> > work...
> 
> A mixture of isopropanol and water often does the trick.
> 
> Jochen
>

Tried that :-)

-and methanol, ethanol, isobutanol; suck, blow, pipe cleaners... 

Ahhh - just read a comment from you re dye and pigment inks. /That's/
probably the answer, if I've been using pigments. How do you tell
what's in the bottle? I've�been using Jettec...

-- 
Mark J 
Poppyland.plus.com, not plu$.com.invalid, for private replies 
www.poppy-land.co.uk
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mark9898 (332)
7/3/2006 6:00:53 AM
On Sun, 02 Jul 2006 20:56:00 +0100, Dave Symes wrote:

> In article <pan.2006.07.02.19.35.22.400869@remove.this.yahoo.co.uk>,
>    Jules <julesrichardsonuk@remove.this.yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
>> On Sun, 02 Jul 2006 12:35:26 +0100, Jason Tribbeck wrote:
>> > They also had a couple of envelopes to send off the old ones to be
>> > recycled.
> 
>> In the US you seemed to be able to hand them in at your local office
>> supply store in exchange for a free ream of printer paper. No idea if
>> anywhere in the UK does that (yet) but it seemed like a good deal and
>> presumably saves on number of envelopes flying around too :-)
> 
> Mmnn! But it doesn't save on the amount of crap (acid) paper distributed
> as freebies.

But people will buy that paper normally anyway. If it saves on the number
of empty cartridges going either in the bin or in individual envelopes
then it's an improvement.

Lots of incentives are either not ideal, or have the happy side-effect of
making money for the person offering them - but some incentive is still
better than none at all.

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7/3/2006 11:42:35 AM
In article <852c7f404e.News@poppy-land.fslife.co.uk>,
   Mark <mark@poppyland.plu$.com.invalid> wrote:
 

> Ahhh - just read a comment from you re dye and pigment inks. /That's/
> probably the answer, if I've been using pigments. How do you tell
> what's in the bottle? I've been using Jettec...

Unless the makers have a website that gives information I have found no
way of determining the difference. In general most modern inks seem to be
dye based. I still have some bottles from days gone bye which are all
pigment based because they hang up modern printers. Presumably a good
microscope might tell the difference, the cheap effort I have can't show
the difference.

Jochen

-- 

 ------------------------------------ 
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jl9842 (299)
7/3/2006 12:41:27 PM
Jochen Lueg <jl@spamnet.co.uk> wrote:
> A mixture of isopropanol and water often does the trick.

Possibly they use ultrasonic cleaning baths too...

Theo
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news539 (2440)
7/3/2006 2:37:09 PM
Theo Markettos wrote:
> Jochen Lueg <jl@spamnet.co.uk> wrote:
> 
>>A mixture of isopropanol and water often does the trick.
> 
> 
> Possibly they use ultrasonic cleaning baths too...
> 
> Theo
A print shop here uses GLASS_EX, the miracle
glass cleaner spray.
put a few millimeters in a flat container,then
put the print head nozzle in for 1 or 2 minutes.
Retry if needed.
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7/3/2006 10:13:11 PM
In message <4e40a3d8aejl@spamnet.co.uk>
          Jochen Lueg <jl@spamnet.co.uk> wrote:

> In article <852c7f404e.News@poppy-land.fslife.co.uk>,
>    Mark <mark@poppyland.plu$.com.invalid> wrote:
>  
> 
> > Ahhh - just read a comment from you re dye and pigment inks. /That's/
> > probably the answer, if I've been using pigments. How do you tell
> > what's in the bottle? I've been using Jettec...
> 
> Unless the makers have a website that gives information I have found no
> way of determining the difference. In general most modern inks seem to be
> dye based. I still have some bottles from days gone bye which are all
> pigment based because they hang up modern printers. Presumably a good
> microscope might tell the difference, the cheap effort I have can't show
> the difference.
> 
> Jochen
> 

[ Apologies if this message gets duplicated - I've hit the PlusNet
"Too Small" bug, and had to retrieve and resend :-( ]

Well, I've noticed a sediment at the bottom of the glass after I've
been soaking a printhead. I put that down to external dirt, or even my
cleaning solution affecting solvencies. The particles can be seen with
the naked eye, so, if they're from the ink, they must have coalesced -
too much alcohol, maybe. That would explain why my attempts at
cleaning invariably made thing worse. Perhaps I've been hammering away
with the wrong solvent - maybe water is the one, and a little
isopropanol is in there to spit out the droplets. All these things to
be ignorant of...

Jettec says compatible with "over 750" printers, lists seven makes "&
MORE!" that include HP (the OP), Epson, and Canon - the makes that
I've refilled.

As an aside, I've found that cartridges can refuse to work with too
/much/ ink in as well as too little. That can be confusing.

The availability of cartridges must be a growing problem for the Acorn
world, with the move to USB. Myself, I'm still using an accounts
application that uses a printer with inbuilt fonts. I don't imagine
that there are too many of those around now, so keeping my ageing
Canon going is a serious concern.



-- 
Mark J 
Poppyland.plus.com, not plu$.com.invalid, for private replies 
www.poppy-land.co.uk
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mark9898 (332)
7/4/2006 5:08:54 AM
In message <44a99677$0$2017$ba620dc5@text.nova.planet.nl>
          Sjouke Burry <burrynulnulfour@ppllaanneett.nnlll> wrote:

> Theo Markettos wrote:
> > Jochen Lueg <jl@spamnet.co.uk> wrote:
> > 
> >>A mixture of isopropanol and water often does the trick.
> > 
> > 
> > Possibly they use ultrasonic cleaning baths too...
> > 
> > Theo
> A print shop here uses GLASS_EX, the miracle
> glass cleaner spray.
> put a few millimeters in a flat container,then
> put the print head nozzle in for 1 or 2 minutes.
> Retry if needed.

I give up. Can't find any reference to it :-(

Google refuses to give up on Glasse's ex-wife, ex-treme, er,
activities, ex-cellent, ex-cessive... Do you have any more info?

-- 
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Poppyland.plus.com, not plu$.com.invalid, for private replies 
www.poppy-land.co.uk
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mark9898 (332)
7/4/2006 7:01:57 AM
In article <1140fe404e.News@poppy-land.fslife.co.uk>,
   Mark <mark@poppyland.plu$.com.invalid> wrote:


> Well, I've noticed a sediment at the bottom of the glass after I've
> been soaking a printhead. I put that down to external dirt, or even my
> cleaning solution affecting solvencies. The particles can be seen with
> the naked eye, so, if they're from the ink, they must have coalesced -
> too much alcohol, maybe. 


I once tipped the yellow ink from a broken cartridge into a bottle of
refill ink and immediately a scum formed on the bottom of the bottle. I
had endless trouble separating the two.

Jochen

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jl9842 (299)
7/4/2006 9:06:20 AM
In article <H+C*LRKkr@news.chiark.greenend.org.uk>, Theo Markettos
<URL:mailto:theom+news@chiark.greenend.org.uk> wrote:
> Jochen Lueg <jl@spamnet.co.uk> wrote:
> > A mixture of isopropanol and water often does the trick.
> 
> Possibly they use ultrasonic cleaning baths too...

We have looked into the units that retailers can buy that do the refilling
of cartridges, IIRC they all had steam units to clear nozzles!

Chris Evans

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Ink cartridges - for various printers: Hewlett-Packard Black Ink Cartridge, Part #514645A Brand new, unopened, unused, for use in these printers:H.P Deskjet 710, 712, 720, 722, 820, 830, 832, 850, 855, 870, 880, 882, 885, 887, 890, 895, 930, 932, 935, 950, 952, 960, 970, 990, 1000, 1120, 1220, 1600.Also for us in H.P. Designjets: Model 700, 750, 750C, 755CM. Also for us in H.P. Color Copiers, Model: 110, 120, 140, 145, 150, 155, 160, 170, 180, 190, 210, 21olx, 260, 270, 280, 290. Also fo use in H.P Officejets: Model r40, r60, r80, f45, f65, g55, g85, g95, k60, k80, 1150c, 1170c, 1175c. Also for use in H.P. Photosmart printers, Model: 1000, 1100, 1215, 1218. (regularly $36) - just $15 Hewlett-Packard Large Black Ink Cartridge,Part #51645A Brand new, unused, for use in these printers: H.P. Deskjet 1200, 1600.Also for use in H.P. Copyjet M.Also for use in H.P. Color Copier 210, 210lx.Regularly $36 - just $15 Hewlett-Packard Yellow Ink Cartridge,Part #51640Y Brand new, unused, for use in these printers: H.P. Deskjet 1200, 1600.Also for use in H.P. Copyjet M.Also for use in H.P. Color Copier 210, 210lx.Regularly $36 - just $15 Hewlett-Packard Color Kit ink cartridge Part #C3280-80001 For Hewlett-Packard inkjet printers Deskjet 300 and 540 series; and HP Deskwriter 300 and 540 series models. Opened, but never used (list price $36.95) - $9@ EPSON Color Ink cartridge,(by Dataproducts, Part #60111) (replacement for EPSON cartridge #S020089...

Ink Cartridges for All Printers and Brands 34590
We have a smal business but we go through tons of color ink and we were spending a bundle on ink cartridges, refillls, we tried it all. One of our clients has put together a resource site for printing supplies and services of all kinds. The information is unbiased and shows you just about everything out there. Whatever your print needs and demands are I would recommend checkingthis site out and seeing where you can save money. It's free and you don't have to sign up for anything, it is simple an informational site. Their URL is http://farpointprintservices.com> athena2048@yahoo.c...

Refillable Ink Cartridge for Epson Printer
MassInk Refillable Ink Cartridge for Epson Printer How to control the flow of ink without foam? Refillable Ink Cartridge. Big Savings on Inkjet Printing Costs! High Quality Ink! Fast Delivery! The regular cartridge have smog cases, our refillable cartridge have see through window. So you will never have to figure out how much ink you filled.Our Refillable Cartridge has a totally different structure and meterial used from a regular cartridge! The advantage of our new products is that it can hold large quantity of ink, and the printing will be in a fluent way, no leak as inside the...

Refillable Ink Cartridge for Epson Printer
MassInk Refillable Ink Cartridge for Epson Printer How to control the flow of ink without foam? Refillable Ink Cartridge. Big Savings on Inkjet Printing Costs! High Quality Ink! Fast Delivery! The regular cartridge have smog cases, our refillable cartridge have see through window. So you will never have to figure out how much ink you filled.Our Refillable Cartridge has a totally different structure and meterial used from a regular cartridge! The advantage of our new products is that it can hold large quantity of ink, and the printing will be in a fluent way, no leak as inside the cartridges without sponge, the quality is even better than the Origianl cartridges. Also we can offer you OEM ink cartridges, welcome the large demanded business friends to contact us, and wish to contribute to your business greatly. How to Refill the MassInk Cartridge Video: http://ink.masspixel.com/eng/ecartridge_refill2.avi Danny www.masspixel.com ...

Refillable Ink Cartridge for Epson Printer
MassInk Refillable Ink Cartridge for Epson Printer How to control the flow of ink without foam? Refillable Ink Cartridge. Big Savings on Inkjet Printing Costs! High Quality Ink! Fast Delivery! The regular cartridge have smog cases, our refillable cartridge have see through window. So you will never have to figure out how much ink you filled.Our Refillable Cartridge has a totally different structure and meterial used from a regular cartridge! The advantage of our new products is that it can hold large quantity of ink, and the printing will be in a fluent way, no leak as inside the cartridges without sponge, the quality is even better than the Origianl cartridges. Also we can offer you OEM ink cartridges, welcome the large demanded business friends to contact us, and wish to contribute to your business greatly. vicky www.masspixel.com ...

Ink cartridges
Ink cartridges - for various printers: Hewlett-Packard Black Ink Cartridge, Part #514645A Brand new, unopened, unused, for use in these printers:H.P Deskjet 710, 712, 720, 722, 820, 830, 832, 850, 855, 870, 880, 882, 885, 887, 890, 895, 930, 932, 935, 950, 952, 960, 970, 990, 1000, 1120, 1220, 1600.Also for us in H.P. Designjets: Model 700, 750, 750C, 755CM. Also for us in H.P. Color Copiers, Model: 110, 120, 140, 145, 150, 155, 160, 170, 180, 190, 210, 21olx, 260, 270, 280, 290. Also fo use in H.P Officejets: Model r40, r60, r80, f45, f65, g55, g85, g95, k60, k80, 1150c, 1170c, 1...

Name brand or recycled ink cartridges?
Is the quality of recycled carts really *that* bad? The cost for new ones seems to be prohibitive, especially for HP products. Does anyone have any real hard data on the pros and cons of name brand vs. recycled? digger@s4f.com wrote: > Is the quality of recycled carts really *that* bad? The cost for new > ones seems to be prohibitive, especially for HP products. Does anyone > have any real hard data on the pros and cons of name brand vs. recycled? > There are some reputable brands of compatible cartridges, and many cheap and nasty ones. I prefer to use Canon cartridges in my Canon printer because I am guaranteed of the longest print life and better colour accuracy. -- -- Ben Thomas - Software Engineer - Melbourne, Australia My Digital World: Kodak DX6490, Canon i9950, Pioneer A05; Hitachi 37" HD plasma display, DGTEC 2000A, Denon 2800, H/K AVR4500, Whatmough Encore; Sony Ericsson K700i, Palm Tungsten T. Disclaimer: Opinions, conclusions, and other information in this message that do not relate to the official business of my employer shall be understood as neither given nor endorsed by it. On 5 Jan 2005 14:50:50 -0800, digger@s4f.com wrote: >Is the quality of recycled carts really *that* bad? The cost for new >ones seems to be prohibitive, especially for HP products. Does anyone >have any real hard data on the pros and cons of name brand vs. recycled? Just my opinion: recycled may not have true ...

how to change Ink Cartridge hp 5510 printer
how to change Ink Cartridge hp 5510 printer i dont see any buttom to do so please help <yuvalbra@gmail.com> wrote in message news:1157781523.618243.133470@i3g2000cwc.googlegroups.com... > how to change Ink Cartridge hp 5510 printer > i dont see any buttom to do so Is this the Officejet 5510? If so, see: http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?lc=en&cc=us&dlc=en&product=311255&lang=en&docname=c00033420#N508. If not the Officejet please advise which model. Regards, Bob Headrick, MS MVP Printing/Imaging ...

Any HP printer with individual colored ink cartridges?
I'm a long time HP printer user, and I'm looking at purchasing a new inkjet printer. I would like to save money by buying an inkjet that uses individual colored ink cartridges. Well, at least I think I'll save money. It seems HP does not make inkjet with individual ink cartridge for each color, is it? Also among the major printer manufacturer, like HP, Canon, Epson; it seems only HP build the print head in the ink cartridge. I have been very satisfied with HP printer, but I would like to try another brand. I have the impression HP inkjet printers are expensive to operate. Any ideas/opinions/comments welcomed. BTW, the Canon Pixma printers look interesting, especially the double-sided print feature. In message <bNXpd.194224$df2.13748@edtnps89>, Buyer <buyer@printer.com> writes >I'm a long time HP printer user, and I'm looking at purchasing a new inkjet >printer. I would like to save money by buying an inkjet that uses individual >colored ink cartridges. Well, at least I think I'll save money. It seems HP >does not make inkjet with individual ink cartridge for each color, is it? > >Also among the major printer manufacturer, like HP, Canon, Epson; it seems >only HP build the print head in the ink cartridge. I have been very >satisfied with HP printer, but I would like to try another brand. I have the >impression HP inkjet printers are expensive to operate. Any >ideas/opinio...

Refillable Ink Cartridge for Epson Printer #4
MassInk Refillable Ink Cartridge for Epson Printer How to control the flow of ink without foam? Refillable Ink Cartridge. Big Savings on Inkjet Printing Costs! High Quality Ink! Fast Delivery! The regular cartridge have smog cases, our refillable cartridge have see through window. So you will never have to figure out how much ink you filled.Our Refillable Cartridge has a totally different structure and meterial used from a regular cartridge! The advantage of our new products is that it can hold large quantity of ink, and the printing will be in a fluent way, no leak as inside the cartridges without sponge, the quality is even better than the Origianl cartridges. Also we can offer you OEM ink cartridges, welcome the large demanded business friends to contact us, and wish to contribute to your business greatly. How to Refill the MassInk Cartridge Video: http://ink.masspixel.com/eng/ecartridge_refill2.avi Danny www.masspixel.com ...

Brother Printer MFC-495CW after market ink cartridges
I am using AAAToner.com LC61 after market cartridges (China) for this printer and so far with success. Has anyone used these in particular with any problems or successes? Does anyone have experiences or recommendations with other after market LC61 cartridges with this printer? Any problems? Any success? Interesting the Staples Stationary charges about $13 for one OEM cartridge and AAAToner charges $2.30 each ($19.80 for a pack of 10). Dave "Dave C." <cardarelli@c4.net> wrote in message news:535b3536-b355-4788-b0c8-ae89652c6847@i31g2000yqm.googlegroups.com......

Recommendation Needed for Epson 960 Ink Printer Cartridge
Can someone please recommend a good Epson-compatible ink brand for the 960 photo printer? I only print pictures for casual use but I print a lot so I'm looking to save a few bucks here. I'm not looking for any specialized ink (e.g., museum quality). Thanks in advance. "pencilcup" <dontbother@here.com> wrote in message news:6isd105vsaksrvmh9r43l08fa5e2f9fljc@4ax.com... > Can someone please recommend a good Epson-compatible ink brand for the > 960 photo printer? I only print pictures for casual use but I print a > lot so I'm looking to save a few bucks here. > > I'm not looking for any specialized ink (e.g., museum quality). > > Thanks in advance. UK based but we do have a lot of American clients: and quality rules so we are not the cheapest. Tony -- Inkylink JetTec UK Quality - Wot others wanna-be Epson 950 C70/80/82 Lighfast pigmented inks. Canon BCI-3 i750 BCI-6 S-820 / S-900 series. www.aah-haa.com MIS (www.inksupply.com) -- ****************** Mark Herring Pasadena, CA, USA private e-mail: just say no to "No" * "pencilcup" <dontbother@here.com> wrote in message news:6isd105vsaksrvmh9r43l08fa5e2f9fljc@4ax.com... > Can someone please recommend a good Epson-compatible ink brand for the > 960 photo printer? I only print pictures for casual use but I print a > lot so I'm looking to save a few bucks here. > > I'm not lo...

MSNBC.com article on HP and Recycled Ink Cartridges
"H-P hired QualityLogic Inc., of Moorpark, to test new black and color H-P laser and inkjet cartridges against comparable remanufactured ones. It found that used black cartridges failed nine times as often as H-P's new cartridges, and used color cartridges failed 50 times as often than the new ones." Ink wars: H-P vs. the recyclers Company pushes benefits of buying new printer cartridges http://www.msnbc.com/news/997468.asp?0dm=T16NT ...

UK Compatible Epson Printer Ink Cartridges
Find high quality, low cost compatible ink cartridges for your Epson printer. We deliver only UK. You will not find any cheaper. Also, buy in bulk. http://www.ink-solutions.co.uk ...

Brother Printer Ink Cartridge Nearly Empty --- After Only 2 Weeks!!!
I have a Gateway computer with the following: 1) a 1400-MHz Pentium 4 processor, 2) 256 MB of RAM, and 3) 40 GB of hard-drive space. The computer is running Windows Millennium Edition (ME). Two and a half weeks ago, I bought a Brother MFC-240C printer. This is a multifunction device: printer, copier, fax, and scanner. ---------- When I installed the ink cartridges, the machine cleaned the ink tube system. Then I pressed "Color Start" to test the four colors corresponding to the cartridges (black, yellow, cyan, and magenta). The machine printed out the Print Quality...

UK Compatible Epson Printer Ink Cartridges
Find high quality, low cost compatible ink cartridges for your Epson printer. We deliver only UK. You will not find any cheaper. Also, buy in bulk. http://www.ink-solutions.co.uk ...

Canon Pixma printers: ink cartridges, print-head cleaners
I've just bought a Canon Pixma iP3000 printer and would like advice ink cartidges and print-head care. Considering costs for genuine Canon cartridges vs. generic it seems to me that the latter would be more cost effective - providing they don't ruin the printheads. And what about the print-head cleaning cartridges I've seen advertised. Do they work? If so, occasional use of these cleaning cartridges might make up for whatever risks using generic cartridges might entail. Or so I have been figuring. I'd appreciate advice from someone who has had experience with these printers, e.g.: 1) What generic cartridges are considered of 'good quality'? Any recommendations of websites or companies? Considering that the printheads are not disposable, how likely is it that a good quality generic cartridge will clog up the printheads? 2) Are there sources for genuine Canon cartridges which offer some discount off of retail prices? 3) Re/ print head cleaning: I've seen fluids offered as well as cartridges filled with cleaner/solvent. Do these things work? I'm thinking that occasional preventative maintenence might be a good idea. Thanks, Dorian "Dorian" <DorianLS2@gmail.com> wrote in message news:1115271929.121480.311760@f14g2000cwb.googlegroups.com... > I've just bought a Canon Pixma iP3000 printer and would like advice ink > cartidges and print-head care. Considering costs for genuine ...

Is it necessary for both black & color cartridges to have ink with HP 1400 Printer/Scanner
I am a user of HP 1400 Printer cum Scanner which provides two slots for one black and one color cartridge. If the color cartridge has dried up and I am urgently in need of printing out a document in black, can I print in black keeping the exhasted color cartridge in the cradle? Have I to press the Black button on the Printer for starting the print operation? Similarly if the black cartridge has dried up, can I print in color, keeping the exhausted black cartridge in the cradle as a dummy? Have I to press the Color Button on the Printer to start operation? Why doesn't HP provide ...

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Cartridge - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Corrupted Cartridge (@corruptedcart) on Twitter
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TI-99/4A Pitfall cartridge demo - YouTube
Retrocloud's adaptation of the classic Pitfall game - for the TI-99/4A. Filip has remade the classic game, and it works in a 32K EPROM! (Sorry ...

Customers misled by 'remanufactured' printer cartridges
Customers misled by 'remanufactured' printer cartridges

Atari's E.T. The Extraterrestrial cartridges found in landfill
A documentary film production company has found buried in a New Mexico landfill hundreds of the Atari E.T. The Extraterrestrial game cartridges ...

Diggers find hundreds of Atari 'E.T.' and other game cartridges in New Mexico landfill - CTV News
A documentary film production company has found buried in a New Mexico landfill hundreds of the Atari "E.T." game cartridges that some call the ...

Dollar Shave Club Claims to Top Schick As No. 2 Cartridge - CMO Strategy - Advertising Age
Dollar Shave Club claims it passed Schick to become the No. 2 razor cartridge brand by volume in July, a little more than three years after the ...

Rocker Releases Album on Nintendo Gaming Cartridges
Rocker Jon Black, who performs as Fort Atlantic, decided to offer his latest album on original Nintendo cartridges. As the music industry's brick-and-mortar ...

City of Alamogordo votes to auction off 800 Atari cartridges
Megan Geuss The city of Alamogordo, NM voted late Tuesday night to auction off 800 of the 1,300 Atari cartridges that were dug up during an ...

This is why our brains lied to us about blowing into Nintendo cartridges
Before they were the basis of hip soaps or remade as even hipper clocks, Nintendo’s cartridge games were a source of delight and vexation for ...

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