How Does an Ink Jet
An inkjet cartridge on an
inkjet printer has a series of tiny little holes and each one has it's
own heating element. When you print from your computer to the printer,
the data tells the cartridge which holes should heat and fire the ink based
on the required ink pattern which we see on the paper as the text or images
that is printed.
Not only are these fine little
tiny holes heated as required but they are also cooled so that they may
be ready to fire again, the next time they are required to.
There are at least 48 holes
Each hole may fire many times
They print 300 dots per inch
Why Should You Change
Your Cartridge Before It Is Completely Empty?
Important: When your cartridge
runs completely dry, you are heating the printing head with no ink in it.
This would be like heating a frying pan with nothing in it. Eventually
the frying pan would burn and the metal distort, which would render the
frying pan in a pretty bad state.
Now imagine how this could
ruin your printing head which is by far a more precise and delicate piece
Why Refurbished Ink Jet
Refurbished cartridges offer
at least 2 main advantages. First they are less expensive because you are
not paying for the brand name. In the case of Holiday Ink cartridges the
quality of ink and the firing mechanism is comparable to the original.
Also Holiday Ink cartridges are available at a discount of up to 50% of
the brand name cartridges.
Secondly, a refurbished cartridge
is a clean and precise storage compartment and nozzle channel. Refilling
a cartridge several times leads to a build up of dry ink on the printer
nozzle. This means some blockage of the nozzle, and reduced printing quality.
Remember not all printers
are created equal and Holiday Ink Canada can supply you with just the right
cartridge for your printer.