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An OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) is a company that builds a product that it sells under its own company name and brand. An OEM, such as HP or Epson, will manufacture the product and assign a unique part number to that product. We provide the OEM part number to assist you in finding a compatible cartridge.
There are two types of compatible cartridges: the first type is "compatible" with most Copiers, Fax Machines, Ink Jets, and Printer Ribbons and is brand new. The only difference - it is manufactured by a different company. The second type of compatible cartridge is re-manufactured from recycled plastic and parts.
A re-manufactured cartridge is a cartridge that has been recycled to OEM specifications. The process includes inspecting the old cartridge, replacing all worn parts, and print testing the cartridge for quality.
Compatible cartridge technology has now reached the level of the original manufactures. The days of drill and fill are over. Printer Resources "MSE Brand" cartridges are built to OEM standards using many of the same components (toners, new drums, rollers and other parts). Try our no risk 30-day free trial offer and see for yourself!
Although we feel our environmentally responsible re-manufactured products are of the highest quality, we know there will be a rare instance when one will not meet the expectations of our customers. Therefore we personally give this guarantee: At any time; No matter how long you have used our product … you should be Totally Satisfied. If not, we will either refund your money in full, provide you with another cartridge at no charge to you, or give you full credit in your account for future purchases – you choose. WE BELIEVE IN YOUR HONESTY AND TRUST IN YOUR JUDGMENT.
QUALITY: Through careful research, Printer Resources has partnered with MSE, a compatible toner cartridge re-manufacturer based out of California. Their products consistently produce darker prints and sharper graphics. We now offer our customers the highest quality cartridges at lower prices. VALUE: Our compatible cartridges perform as well as an original manufactured cartridge, so if you don’t mind paying 20 – 40% less for comparable quality, make your next purchase a MSE Brand product from Printer Resources in Bend, Oregon.
All of our compatible or re-manufactured cartridges are manufactured according to OEM specification, and will print the same or greater page yield as their OEM counterpart.
Printer Resources "MSE Brand" toner cartridges are built using only the highest quality toner to ensure that the print quality will match or exceed the quality of a new cartridge direct from the manufacturer.
No! Your manufacturer cannot void your machine's warranty for using cartridges other than theirs. However, it may void your contract if you have a binding agreement to use their supplies.
All MSE cartridges are individually tested during manufacturing and must pass through a Triple Quality Control inspection before they get shipped to you. Our stringent quality standards include testing each component prior to manufacturing, during production, and even after our products are on the shelf. The result is a high performance product that has our Printer Resources Total Satisfaction Warranty.
You can save money by printing more efficiently by using preview before printing. Then, with large documents, starting with a test page to be sure margins, spacing, text and graphics appear correct. Correct those settings before starting the print job. If you need multiple copies, consider printing one and then photocopy the rest. Check if your computer offers choices in print quality. By selecting the "economy" or draft mode under print/properties you obtain lighter printouts that print faster using less ink. Use this setting for internal documents or first drafts. Switch the setting back to "normal" or "best" quality for final versions and documents intended for clients.
Printheads build up ink that dries, and then turns into a cement-like substance that a normal cleaning will not fix. For $39 we run a strong solvent through to dissolve the cement-like ink and if that doesn't work then your printhead is worn out and you will need a new printer. Contact us today (Local only) to see if we can help you.