The Truth about Compatible Printer Ink

July 20, 2010 3 Comments

memjet_inkdropPrinter ink has been considered to be the most expensive liquid sold in the market because of the materials used to make it.

There are also issues that the printer makers provide original equipment manufactured cartridges with high prices because they give out relatively cheap printers. However, when you are faced with too many expenses, will you still consider an OEM? Why not try the best alternative which is the compatible printer ink.

The compatible printer ink is usually manufactured by a third party company that wishes to give high quality products at a lower price for different printing needs. You may already know a few stores that offer this consumable but do you have all the right details about it. Here are truths about compatible printer inks that may interest you in some ways.

This consumable is made of a mixture filled with water, glycol, and pigments or dyes which are used to add color to it. These dyes are the most important part of the printer ink that can be created by using natural or chemical materials. An appropriate container is used to mix everything inside with the right consistency. When the mixing is done, the large particles are removed then it is ready to be filled in the printer cartridge.

A compatible printer ink and an OEM have the same processes except the OEMs tend to state that these are greater than other products, which is normal since it can be a marketing strategy. However, consumers are now smarter and they know that compatible printer cartridges can meet and even exceed the printing quality made by OEMs.

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