How Printer Ink Refill Works
Do you remember the time when cellphones were first introduced to us? It sure made us all excited but at the same time, a little nervous because it’s a new technology that we still isn’t familiar with. After some time, we get the hang of it and the more we used it, the more we realized how much valuable the product is. In fact, we couldn’t anymore imagine a life without it…
The ink refill is also a new technology aimed at letting people save on printer inks. Most people also get nervous when they hear it. They think it’s too complicated to understand. That’s why here at Ink All-You-Can, we spend ample time educating our customers about our product and services. We came up with the diagram below to hopefully explain in plain terms how the printer ink refill works. After all, it’s just as easy as A for Apple and B for boy…
The cartridge works just like your water dispenser. When you print, the ink is ejected on the paper, similar to opening the faucet in the dispenser.
Unfortunately, the cartridge can only carry a small amount of ink good for several pages of printing.
So after for a while, the ink inside the cartridge runs out quickly.
What can you do then if you want to print more pages? Well, printer manufacturers tell us to throw away the cartridge and buy a new one (so they can make more money), even when the container is still working properly. Back to the water dispenser example, it's like throwing your water container and buying a new one worth P200 when you can just have it refilled for P30 in your nearest water refilling station. So if you want to save on ink, good thing there's Ink All-You-Can refill.
The ink refill works just like refilling your bottled water. Instead of buying a new one, we use a technology to refill the ink inside the cartridge, without damaging the delicate parts of the cartridge.
Refilling is in fact a delicate process because when air is accidentally inserted in the cartridge during refilling, the cartridge will leak or the printout will be broken.
After the refill, the cartridge will work like new and you can now print more pages using your old cartridge. You saved money and at the same time, helped our environment! Isn't that awesome?!
After 2 or 3 refills, the printerhead and other parts inside the ink cartridge will wear out, just like all other things which undergo normal wear and tear. When this time comes, you have to buy a new cartridge. When the new cartridge becomes empty, you can also have it refilled for 2-3 times before buying a new cartridge again.
Getting an ink refill is just like making your phone “open line.” Before Ink All-You-Can, printer users don’t have any choice but to use the expensive original cartridges. It’s as if their printers are “locked” to the printer manufacturers’ original cartridges. But now, using Ink All-You-Can unlocks your printer and opens the line for savings and convenience, without sacrificing print quality.