What new or ‘available on the market’ ink-jet printers can still have their cartridges refilled with ink home kits?
I’m asking because Dell, Lexmark and Epson have made it nearly impossible to do so with their new cartridge chip technology.
Ink cartridge you have no concept how many periods the capsule has been recycled. Moreover you have no concept of the excellent of the ink that has been used in the re-fill. My encounter with filled again capsules and third celebration compatibles is that they just do not generate the same excellent of list, they list less webpages and they usually block more than the authentic item.
Most of the printer brand provide Refillable Ink cartridge but there are other option that you can purchase new Cartridge or toner from special manufacture of cartridge or toner. They provide all kind of printers cartridge and toner.
The problem is that printer manufacturers went for the "Gillette" business model so need to sell their own cartridges to make money.
Perhaps it is time for them to rethink the way they make money!
Very few manufacturers still offer refillable ink cartridges, and if you are still interested in buying them, you will have to buy refills from a third party. This will be the easiest method from the list of procdures that @0ron:disqus mentions. Hope that helps.
Fidelis, kudos for the interesting link. Unfortunately, the article seems to be a bit out of date by now.
I believe all manufacturers, with the possible exception of Brother, used chipped cartridges. However, there are several ways around that, such as getting refillable cartridges from a third party, using a chip resetter, using a continual ink system etc. You'll find some more information on the subject at Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ink_cartridge#Refills_and_third_party_replacements
Here is an article about refillable printer cartridges. Hope it helps...