Ink

Easy Ways to Improve Your Toner’s Performance

August 3, 2016

Want to get more out of your toner? You are not the only one! With the prices that toner cartridges come in these days, making the most out of every drop is a necessity. We all know that getting grabbing yourself a Cartridge People voucher code or two helps with making a saving or two […]

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Think Before You Ink: 6 Tips for Printing the Planet-Friendly Way

January 18, 2015

You want to run that next print and drive customers to your store. At the same time, you should stop and think about the types of inks you use for the print job as well as how much you use in materials. Want to “greenify” your next printing? [tp lang=”en” only=”y”]Here’s how[/tp][tp not_in=”en”]Here’s how[/tp]. Incorporate A […]

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How does the price of printer ink differ between countries?

June 17, 2014

In a world made so much smaller by the Internet we have the ability to purchase items from whichever country we choose; with a commodity as expensive as printer ink, it is important to consider how market prices differ from country to country. The Amazon Comparison Obviously different suppliers offer products at different purchase prices […]

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Important Details You Wouldn’t Consider When Buying a Printer (But Should)

August 22, 2013

There’s something to be said for the following basic, one-size-fits-all system for any major big-ticket buying decision: You decide you need (or want) a product. You think about what version of that products suits you and your needs best. You do some research, compare prices, look at consumer ratings and/or reviews and based on that…. […]

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How to Find the Best Deals on Inkjet Refill Kit

September 25, 2012

Those who have printing businesses are likely to experience a periodical headache come the time for changing ink cartridges. Especially in bulk, it’s safe to say that the chance of such move to be a bank breaker has a high probability. One new inkjet cartridge costs a lot, imagine having to buy tens or hundreds […]

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Five Best All-In-One Printers Under $100

July 27, 2012

If you’re an avid photographer or work from your home office, chances are good that you’ll need a high- grade printer with some sweet extras. You’re in luck:  there are plenty of great all-in-one printers out there with varying degrees of photo, text and speed quality. The best part, though, is that they’re all under […]

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Bioprinting Infographic

July 23, 2012

Modern day 3D printers usually create intricate objects such as engineering parts are now being used to create something even more complex and completely awe-inspiring; human tissue & organs. Towards the end of last decade, Organovo realised their concept of the bioprinter; a printer which enables scientists to print human tissue. In 2012 lung tissue […]

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Minimising the Environmental Impact of Your Photocopiers

May 17, 2012

Photocopiers can have a negative impact on the environment. Older photocopiers represent clunky, energy hungry pieces of equipment that generate high electricity and repair costs for owners, while also producing additional costs for paper, toner and ink. Moreover, photocopiers emit ozone and carbon monoxide into the atmosphere, which contribute to global warming. Toner and printer […]

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Compatible ink cartridges: Are they safe?

January 6, 2012

With global economy still struggling to get out of recession, saving costs is the top priority for all businesses and users. The costs of printing, specifically that of ink cartridges are going through the roof! If latest report from GIA is to be believed, by 2017 this industry is going to be $ 18.2 billion. […]

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The Best Printer Ink & Paper to Use for Photography

October 11, 2011

Printing professional-looking photographs using a desktop printer can seem a bit daunting, but many printers these days are designed to print very high-quality images, if you make sure a few things are correct. The megapixel count has to be appropriate for the size of the print, and most sizes of pictures will work well with […]

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What next for 3D printing?

June 27, 2011

This article was produced on behalf of PrinterInks – leading suppliers of ink cartridges throughout the UK. A revolution is coming. Ever since 3D Systems, based in South Carolina, pioneered stereolithography, eventually releasing the first commercially available stereolithography machine in 1986, all manner of different 3D processes and machines have been developed. 3D printing technology […]

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The Best AirPrint Compatible Printers

April 3, 2011

Don’t go wild when you hear you can print wirelessly from your iPod, iPad or iPhone without installing any print drivers or even setting up any printer configurations. Yes, there is a Print icon among all the new standard apps on your i-device, but not only do you have to be running iOS 4.2 or […]

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7 Tips for Printing Photographs Professionally

February 23, 2011

If you’ve ever taken a beautiful, brilliant photograph on your digital camera only to see it look like a muddy mess when you print it out, you’re not alone. It’s not hard to get professional quality photographs from your digital images, it just takes a little know-how and practice. Some of the best things you […]

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The Differences Between Toner Cartridge Options for Your Printer

February 1, 2011

Laser printers are mostly used for their speed and large printing capabilities.  Most large business printers are laser printers because the printer ink can be stored for longer periods of time in the laser toner cartridge and thus allowing huge printing projects to be done with one cartridge.  What makes toners stand out from their […]

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10 Tips for Reducing Ink Usage in Your Printer

December 30, 2010

If you have bought a $100 personal printer or are considering purchasing one, you probably know how quickly a small printer can exhaust printer cartridges. And since you have looked at the cost of replacement cartridges, you will know how expensive they are. A printer cartridge on even the smallest of printers can cost up […]

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10 Best Printers for Amateur Photographers

November 22, 2010

Now that photography has gone digital, we often forget how important it is to have hard copies of our images. Remember the nostalgia you used to experience by looking through photo albums or scrapbooks? How about photo-themed craft projects? Remember, if you print out your pictures instead of leaving them on the computer, you’ll still […]

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10 Maintenance Techniques to Prolong Your Printer’s Life

November 11, 2010

It is a well-known fact that printers do a good amount of work and are hardly ever cared for in the proper manner. Some people will use and abuse their printer, encounter a mechanical problem and just throw it out. A little known secret is that maintenance and care for the printer can be a […]

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How to Clean Your Printer Heads

October 25, 2010

The print head for an inkjet printer is where the ink is sucked out of the cartridge and sprayed onto your paper through very small nozzles. When your print jobs start looking fuzzy, blurred, or streaked, those nozzles on your print head are either clogged or partially clogged. This happens because, over time, ink mixes […]

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Considerations Before Buying an Ink Printer

June 23, 2010

If you’re in the market for a color ink printer, there are a few things you need to keep in mind and look into, before you hurry out and buy the first printer you come across. In this article I will open your eyes to some of the most important things you need to consider […]

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Ink Cartridges [Sponsored Post]

January 16, 2010

This is a sponsored post, paid for by ReviewMe. All views expressed in this post are mine and are not influenced by the fact that I have been paid to write this. We all know what ink is used for. Most of us use it for drawing and writing. But from where does ink really […]

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