Month: January 2018
People are always on the lookout for cheap quality products. Thus, it is understandable that when cheaper ink cartridges from China become available, we are tempted to try them. But here’s a little caveat: Using ink cartridges other than the original will be more expensive in the long run. Below are some of the reasons why it is not always advisable to use cheaper substitutes for EpsonT200 ink cartridges:
One: The quality of the original Epson T200 ink is superior as it is fade-resistant and dries instantly. It delivers smudge resistant prints every time, which is something you may not find in remanufactured cartridges.
Most people don’t know that the temperature can affect your printer’s ink cartridge. A lot of ink cartridges, such as the Epson T200 ink cartridges, are actually very sensitive to temperature and the extreme ones may damage not only the ink inside but also the cartridge itself.
Reaction to Extreme Heat
If the printer cartridge is exposed to too much heat, the tendency is that the air bubbles of the ink will expand inside the cartridges. When this happens, the ink will leak out of the cartridge due to it being pushed outward. Leaks not only damage the cartridge but also damage the printer when you start using it.
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Do your printing projects come out looking worse than you expect? This is probably because you’re making a mistake somewhere in the printing. If you want your projects to come out with high quality, then avoid these 3 common printing mistakes:
Using Wrong Format for Pictures
A lot of times, your pictures may come out blurry or of low quality because you printed out the picture in the wrong format. For example, if you print out a GIF, it’ll come out blurry for sure. Avoid PNG or GIF formats when printing pictures.
Printing Low Res Images