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Technology has advanced to a point where computers and printers have become a necessity for daily living. Gone are the days when everything from utility bills to letters from loved ones were sent via post. Now everything is done online and if you need any documents, you need to print them yourself. Inkjet printers are designed to use four-colour process printing, otherwise known as CMYK; C for Cyan, M for Magenta, Y for Yellow and K for Black. The ink used is oil-based and once an image is sent through the PC to the printer, it is printed via special rollers, which basically copy and paste the image onto the paper by using water and a manipulation of all four colours. Most printers are designed to only take four cartridges. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Different properties of cartridges used in printer


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Different properties of cartridges used in
printer
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Why do reusable cartridges come in four colours?
  • Technology has advanced to a point where
    computers and printers have become a necessity
    for daily living. Gone are the days when
    everything from utility bills to letters from
    loved ones were sent via post.
  • Now everything is done online and if you need any
    documents, you need to print them yourself.
    Inkjet printers are designed to use four-colour
    process printing, otherwise known as CMYK C for
    Cyan, M for Magenta, Y for Yellow and K for
    Black. The ink used is oil-based and once an
    image is sent through the PC to the printer, it
    is printed via special rollers, which basically
    copy and paste the image onto the paper by using
    water and a manipulation of all four colours.
    Most printers are designed to only take four
    cartridges.

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Branded, generic and reusable cartridges
  • Price is always a factor when deciding on which
    ink cartridge to buy. Ideally, buying branded
    cartridges is the best option to ensure quality
    printing results and also for the longevity of
    your printer. However, branded cartridges can be
    expensive, and in the current economic climate of
    constant price hikes, we are forced to cut down
    on our more luxurious expenses.
  • Its worth bearing in mind that price doesnt
    always reflect quality and that there are
    reputable companies who will supply you with
    a generic ink cartridge that is compatible with
    your printer. You can also choose to refill your
    used cartridges for a fraction of the price and
    still get quality printouts from your machine,
    but is best to get this done by a company that
    has the right equipment to do the job right and
    with a quality reusable cartridge.

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Individual Colour Cartridges vs Tricolour
Cartridges
  • When buying a printer you need to make sure
    youre getting one that will suit your needs
    exactly. Printers and ink can be expensive so
    its important to ensure that you wont be
    wasting any money on your printing
    costs.Printers come with two different type of
    colour ink cartridges tricolour cartidges or
    single colour cartridges. Both types of
    cartridges have their own advantages, however if
    used for the wrong application they can become
    expensive and ineffective.

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The Difference Between Individual and Tricolour
Cartridges
  • Tricolour cartridges have three colours of ink
    inside them cyan (blue), magenta (pink), and
    yellow. When something is printed these colours
    will be mixed together to make up the colours of
    the image.Individual colour cartridges work in
    the same way, however instead of the three ink
    colours being stored in one cartridge, they are
    stored in three different ones.
  • The first and most obvious difference between
    these two types of cartridges is the size.
    Tricolour cartridges tend to be smaller than
    individual colour ones. This also means that
    printers that use tricolour cartridges are
    generally more compact than printers that use
    individual cartridges.

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Comparison
  • Individual colour cartridges can have the
    advantage of being more cost effective in certain
    applications. For example, if you are going to be
    printing the same image often a company logo,
    for example that is mostly made up of the
    colour blue, the cyan cartridge will run out far
    quicker than the other two. Once it has run out,
    it can be replaced while the other two colours
    stay in the machine. If you had been using a
    tricolour cartridge for this type of printing it
    would have resulted in a waste of money. Though
    the blue is finished there may have still been a
    large amount of the magenta and yellow which
    would go to waste when the cartridge was thrown
    away.Individual colour cartridges will also be
    of more use to those who require more precision
    with their colour prints photographers and
    designers.

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  • On the other hand, tricolour cartridges are
    better for office usage. In this environment the
    majority of printing done will be pages of text
    with perhaps a few images or graphs in between.
    Use of colour ink will be far lower for general
    office use and will also be less predictable.
    Because colour will be more unpredictable it
    could be more effective to use a tricolour
    cartridge.
  • Both types of cartridges have different uses for
    different environments. Its important to know
    exactly what type of printing you are going to be
    doing before buying a printer and being locked
    into a certain type of cartridge.

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Printer suppliers in Dubai
  • Integral Business System L L C
  • P O Box 30153, Dubai, UAE
  • Phone 971 4 282 1229
  • 971 4 282 6119
  • 971 4 282 4664
  • Fax 971 4 282 0232
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