One of the most commonly asked questions is what are the best compatible toner cartridges for my laser printer. Over the years there have been so many compatible toner companies come and go however due to the fierce competition it has resulted in some much higher quality products being produced.No longer do you have to settle for paying the big dollars that the Brand Name toners are asking as the new era of compatible toners are exactly the same quality at a fraction of the cost.
Brother Inkjet Printers are renowned for having the problem of the black cartridge not printing. This has been a common issue with Brother Inkjet printers for as long as I can remember. No-one, (including Brother) seems to know exactly why this problem is so common and even why it has continued to plague Brother printers for so many years. In this article I want to first start with the main reasons that could cause this problem to occur followed by the solutions.
The most common toner cartridge failure is usually due to issues with the drum unit. The drum has a wiper blade which scrapes any excess toner off the surface as well as off the paper and Transfer Belt. If any of these parts are worn or faulty then the overall printout will have distinct blemishes. This article debunks some of the most common problems with toner cartridges.
The following story was for an ad campaign we ran in a country newspaper. It was launched yesterday ( 19th Sept ) and it will run 3 times over the next four weeks. How would you like to save up to 75% on your printer cartridges and have them delivered to your door the very next day? Ink Hub in Adelaide has been supplying high quality Compatible printer cartridges since 2007 and we guarantee that the quality and page yield will equal or exceed the brand name cartridges.Maybe you’ve been let down by poor quality generic cartridges in the past.
Often we write articles about the best printers for a certain year or we review a printer but what about the worst printers? We decided to take a poll to see what the general public thought was the worst brand of printer.So far Epson are well in front as being the worst printer brand and this is definitely no surprise to us. Over the past 10 years in the printer industry Epson have always been the most troublesome printers on the market.
What are we going to do with all of those old printer cartridges we have laying around the office or home? That is the question that customers often ask us and we feel that it is great that most would rather recycle their old cartridges rather than just bin them.So in this article we are going to take a look at some statistics about printer cartridges and also some ideas and places that you can take your used toners etc to be recycled.
The Epson Photo Stylus R2000 Inkjet printer is a high end quality printer designed to print high resolution photos. When running well they are an excellent printer but every now and then they need some maintenance. The Epson "Piezo" printhead is well known for clogging, especially if the printer has been sitting around idle or used only in greyscale.
The Canon 1731 Support Code Error message is an attempt by Canon to combat the use of generic ink cartridges in their latest printer models. You are still able to use non genuine cartridges if you use the correct procedure.This is the reason that we warn customers not to update their printers software. Updating your printers software often does nothing to enhance the printers performance and is totally unnecessary.
Are you tired of paying top dollar for all of your printer cartridges at Officeworks Stores ? I was and thats why several years ago we decided to do something about it by starting our own company based in Adelaide. While the big Multi National companies such as Officeworks , Harvey Norman and Office National still dominate the market many businesses and home users are now purchasing their ink cartridges and toner online!
A Laser Printer is an amazing piece of engineering. They use a Laser Beam to attract toner powder onto a drum which reproduces the image ready to transfer it onto the paper. Then through a series of events the image or toner gets copied onto a piece of paper. The toner powder then gets baked onto the paper at very high temperatures resulting in a crisp image.