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Posted on 4th Oct 2011 @ 1:05 PM Thursday, March 25, 2010 Article Original Published in Recharger Magazine: Want the Truth Behind the Test Results? Follow the Money Question: Which of these three recent imaging article titles is practically criminally misleading?
Posted on 3rd Nov 2011 @ 9:46 AM Three inkjet industry leaders CBR Engineering from Basel, Switzerland, R-JetTek Colorado Springs, CO USA and SME – Southeastern Manufacturing - Enterprise Inc., Franklin, TN USA and have formed a partnership offering products and or services from each of their respective companies to customers in the inkjet cartridge remanufacturing industry According to Fredy Gass, president of CBR, “we each have had our strengths and now it is time to have more cooperation to better serve the customer” and that is why we are pleased to announce that R-Jet Tek will be another key sales and service distributor of the CBR ShopTester cartridge Testing Line in the Americas. As part of the partnership program, R-JetTek will outsource to SME to build the R-JetTek line of inkjet cartridge processing equipment.
Posted on 7th Nov 2011 @ 10:52 AM Lexmark announced a pair of new A4 inkjet all-in-ones, the Pro715 and Pro915, based on a new imaging system that the company has dubbed Vizix 2.0. Prior to the announcement, most of Lexmark’s current inkjets were based on its original Vizix platform, which features permanent print head and separate ink tanks and was introduced in 2009. Lexmark’s Vizix 2.0 print technology centers upon a new ink tank design with significantly higher yields and a new permanent thermal print head. As was the case with the previous Vizix platform, the new Vizix 2.0 devices use an on-axis ink tank design so the tanks move with the print head as it prints.
Posted on 7th Nov 2011 @ 10:57 AM October 18, 2011--- Canon USA has announced the launch of three new additions to its PIXMA range of all-in-one inkjet photo printers. The OEM says its new MG4120, MG3120 and MG2120 Wireless Photo All-In-One models aim to combine high-end printing and advanced features with an affordabel price. We will purchase these printers to learn what new products, if any, are necessary for you to remanufacture the cartridges.
Posted on 7th Nov 2011 @ 11:04 AM November 7, 2011 Ink-O-Dem and RIS Each Add Equipment to University Bookstores Rival inkjet refilling equipment makers Ink-O-Dem and Retail Inkjet Solutions (RIS) have each announced some placements in university bookstores.
Posted on 6th Feb 2012 @ 11:06 AM In the Ink Cartridge Remanufacturing business, your number one concern should be to offer the best customer experience possible. It shouldn't be unloading seven trucks a week, checking their contents, and hoping that you get what you ordered.
Posted on 20th Feb 2012 @ 4:39 PM The writing on the label says it all. The remanufactured inkjet ink cartridge business is here to stay, that much is for certain. But what are you doing to convince your customers that what you're producing is not only a price point advantage, but a wise investment overall? At SME Inkjet, we understand the ink cartridge remanufacturing business because we're in it.
Posted on 24th Feb 2012 @ 1:48 PM There's nothing worse for your business than a client trying to print out something beautiful and then ending up with a washed out, bad print job. The example to the left is actually only one of the problems that can arise from using the wrong ink when refilling an ink cartridge. Other problems range from spatters to blank spots, from missing lines to bleed through in the worst cases. These are problems that all ink cartridge remanufacturers need to avoid.
Posted on 28th Feb 2012 @ 11:30 AM We all know it's true: business is 90% appearance and 10% substance. It's an ugly fact of the modern world, but it's a fact nonetheless. While we can all think of a contemporary figure or two who think that they don't need the facts to make decisions, the truth in any business is the truth of the marketplace. The current consumer is innundated with flashy looking things that are really no better than the competition. The current consumer leans toward the flashiness every time, though, and here is another little detail that can make all the difference.
Posted on 29th Feb 2012 @ 11:46 AM Before we get too deep into this, let me make a case for inkjet cartridge remanufacturing that cuts a little deeper than the price points. As a remanufacturer, I'm sure you're aware of the environmental benefits of your business, but your clients may not have the time to really think about this. This is a great conversation topic for potential clients who are still "on the fence" about the ink cartridge recycling circle.
Posted on 2nd Mar 2012 @ 12:51 PM Did you ever wonder what the oil in your silent air compressor is for? I always assumed it was something like motor oil in a car, where it was a lubricant for moving mechanical parts. It turns out that that is the case, but the way it really works is as a seal and filter in the actual compression mechanism. Whether it's a rotating impeller, a piston, or a pair of screws, the oil coats the path that the air travels through and ensures high efficiency compression.
Posted on 5th Mar 2012 @ 5:08 PM The OEMs in the imaging industry do what they can to hold remanufacturers back. The remanufactured ink cartridge is quickly becoming the standard printer consumable for offices and imaging professionals alike. Over the years, the remanufacturing industry has faced threats of lawsuits, scare tactics involving printer warranties, and one major pain: the smart chip. While smart chips are awesome in theory, they are a bit of a hurdle to the refilling process.
SME... Much more than just another inkjet cartridge supplies distributor. At SME Inkjet, LLC., we know customers want to conduct more business with fewer vendors. We aim to be your one stop shop for ink cartridge remanufacturing supplies, so we're expanding our product line, offering different quantity levels, different price points, and now we've introduced this new web store. We hope you like it.