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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: cartridge - a cartridge that contains ink and can be replacedink cartridge - a cartridge that contains ink and can be replaced
cartridge - a module designed to be inserted into a larger piece of equipment; "he loaded a cartridge of fresh tape into the tape deck"
electrostatic printer - a printer that uses an electric charge to deposit toner on paper
fountain pen - a pen that is supplied with ink from a reservoir in its barrel
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The company, which is completely Australian owned and operated, carries a vast selection of quality ink cartridges compatible with Canon, Epson, Brother, and HP.
ILLEGAL TRADE: Cartons of fake printer ink cartridges seized in a warehouse in Riyadh on Sunday by officials of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry.
ASSEMBLY Members in South Wales have used more than PS17,000 worth of ink cartridges since they were elected, new figures reveal.
ColorTonerExpert's Kodak compatible ink cartridges are expertly built by professional technicians and went under several quality-control tests to ensure they meet the highest industry standards in print quality and performance.
According to Corporate Responsibility Asia, inkjet printer sellers including Canon Marketing Japan and Epson Sales Japan Corp are developing "joint initiatives", as part of the Ink Cartridge Homecoming Project, aimed at collecting and recycling used home printer ink cartridges.
Trading on eBay, primarily under the name "Genuine-Ink", Raynor imported and reconditioned second hand ink cartridges from China.
This is made possible by the Discproducer PP-100's integrated sensors that are designed to monitor the ink levels of the six separate ink cartridges.
Through its retail store recycling program, OfficeMax has already collected and remanufactured more than 13 million ink cartridges since 2005.
uk, is asking people to save their ink cartridges, which he will pay for.
For instance, in February 2003, ISC investigators and Mexico's Federal Police seized thousands of Epson and Canon ink cartridges at 14 retail locations.
The market research company forecasts that worldwide shipments of ink cartridges will increase from 839 million units in 2002 to 1.
The Cartridge World franchise opened 14 months ago in Earlsdon to re- fill computer printer ink cartridges for businesses and individuals, often at less than half the cost of replacement.