The Effect of Mass Printing on Your Compatible Laser Toner Cartridges

October 15, 2010 No Comments

piles of paperAlthough with the advance technology right now wherein emails and instant messaging have become more common and reliable for most companies, it cannot be denied that mass printing is still part of an office, whether it is small or a famous one.

Mass printing is when one or more people print too many files that can considerably affect the performance and quantity of compatible laser toner cartridges. How is that possible? Well, first of all you must consider the number of prints that you actually do in a day. Depending on the printer setting that you are using, you can consume different amounts of toners in your compatible laser toner cartridge and you can even start to shorten the life of your compatible drum cartridge. To have a clearer view on this situation, let us site an example.

You print at least ten pages for today then your officemate prints an estimate of twelve pages too. So that’s a total of twenty-two pages for the two of you. Now, you only print in full text while the other one wants high quality colored printouts. You both consume all the colors of laser toner cartridges in your printer. So your drum unit also works hand in hand with your printer cartridges which will make it wear off after sometime.

This is a clear picture of just two people who do mass printing with a specific printer. How about if there were more printer users? Think about the amount of toners and papers that will be needed and used on this scenario.

To help you conserve on all the things that you are using in mass printing, consider the draft setting every time you are printing. Also, choose only the materials to print. When not needed, just send it through email and you’ll even have that file instantly in your inbox whenever you want it.

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