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#1 2017-09-07 03:42:46

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What’s the Difference Between Original and Compatible Ink Cartridges?

Ink Printers: they’re cheap to buy, easy to use but expensive to maintain! It’s no secret that the ink manufacturers almost give away their printers in order to get you hooked on their line of ink cartridges. Cellular companies use the same business model;
Printers don’t come with contracts so you have plenty of options. When your ink runs low, you have three types of replacement cartridges to choose from:
OEM cartridges are cartridges that your printer manufacturer is counting on you to buy. They are the most expensive since this is how manufacturers make their money back from selling printers at a very low price.
cartridges made by third-party manufacturers and are built to the same specifications as OEM ink cartridges. Not all compatible cartridges are created equal since the quality depends on the brand. A compatible cartridge bought from a reliable source delivers quality prints and is always less expensive than the original counterpart.
Types of Compatible Cartridges:
1.    Brand New Compatible Cartridges are manufactured with 100% new materials.
2.    Remanufactured Cartridges (aka: Refurbished Cartridges) are empty OEM cartridges diverted from the landfill, cleaned, repaired, refilled with ink, and tested to make sure it prints like the original.
Let’s face it; the manufacturers want you to buy their ink. There’s nothing wrong with OEM cartridges–just that they’re way too expensive. From a consumer’s point of view, when you purchase one cartridge at a time, it may not seem like a lot of money. But once you add up how much you spent on OEM ink and compare it with the price of a compatible cartridge, the difference is staggering. Here are some reasons most people go with compatible printer cartridges from a trusted supplier like LD Products.
?    They’re good for the environment. Every refurbished cartridge is one less cartridge sitting in a landfill.
?    They’re good for communities. Remanufacturers often source a large volume of used cartridges from community recycling programs and fundraising initiatives.
?    They work just as good when properly remanufactured. Some companies simply drill and fill used brother ink cartridges; continue reading for how an ink cartridge SHOULD be remanufactured.

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