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Printer Ink 101

Some printers contain only one printer ink cartridge or printer toner cartridge that prints both black-and-white and color. Others, like photo printers, use a different printer ink for each color of the spectrum. With these cartridges, replace only the colors that are running low. You can replace these printer ink cartridges with generic versions or compatible printer ink that will cost less while delivering the same quality product.

Printer Ink Cartridges

Printer ink is a pigmented liquid used to print color hard copies. Cartridges contain the ink and distribute it onto the page. There are a variety of different cartridges for the multitude of printers on the market. Be sure you check to see which cartridges are required for your printer.

Most types of printer ink cartridges come in brand name and generic versions. It may be a good idea to stock up on printer ink cartridges - that way you'll have it on hand when you begin to run out of ink.

There are three basic types of printer ink cartridges:

 

  • OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) cartridges are from the printer's manufacturer. The only advantage to these over-priced parts is that they have the brand-name sticker on them.
  • Remanufactured cartridges are those that have been used once and refurbished. After cleaning and replacement of work-out parts, these cartridges are re-sold. They are more expensive than generics, but less expensive than OEM parts.
  • Generic compatible printer ink cartridges are made for your specific printer model but cost far less than the competition. The way to get five-star quality at incredibly low prices is through buying these generic products.

 

Printer Toner

Printer toner is a dry, carbon-based printing material, encased in cartridges or decks for use in fax machines, copiers, and laser printers. And just like with printer cartridges, you can find inexpensive generic versions of toner on our website that still create high-quality documents.

Can You Further Explain OEM print cartridges?

OEM stands for Original Equipment Manufacturer. Many falsely assume that Canon printers can only use Canon printer ink, or that Hewlett Packard printers only use HP toner. Generic versions of these same products can deliver the same results.

In fact, if you order online today you can see for yourself that photos, business documents and anything you need in color comes out crisp and clear with generic printer ink cartridges. Each of our compatible and generic cartridges to provides a quality printed product.

 

What kind of ink does my printer use?

What type of printer toner you should use depends on your printer. The same thing applies for your copier or fax machine toner. PrinterInk.com offers great deals on printer ink cartridges for top printers like Brother, Canon, Xerox, Lexmark, Hewlett Packard and more. But remember to purchase ink or toner that is designed for your printer, copier, or fax machine, as each brand has different compatibility standards.

When installing cartridges, make sure you follow directions. If you do so, the cartridge will work properly from the first printout, giving you brilliant, colorful copy. Next time your copier's toner or printer's ink is running low, check out generic cartridges instead.

When you buy generic compatible printer ink cartridges or toner, you get a high-quality product for a fraction of the price. Reducing printing, faxing or copying costs by simply using a generic printer ink cartridge instead of is a simple step toward improving your bottom line. So next time your toner or printer ink is running low, check out PrinterInk.com!

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