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Whats the actual variation between Far eastern compatible cartridges and Brother original inks?
You wouldn't think it but this is something I am questioned quite a lot - is there a good deal of a variance between the OEM (Original Equipment factories) original and Chinese compatible or third party reman inks? So the question is in the eyes of the consumer how do we tell which is best for our printers?
If I start by taking a look at the costs of the OEM Brother ink and compatible cartridges the initial thing that becomes noticeable is the massive price differential between original Brother and compatible or reman inkjet carts. Then - the further most frequently asked question I get while sat here in my dingy office and chatting to the clients off the street that happen to wander into our store is - what is actually the variation between the costly OEM inkjet carts and the compatible refilled and re-manufactured carts. On the other hand there is the different way I'm asked the very same question - ‘How are the compatibles as good as the Brother originals?’ Let me try and give you a solution to both questions here for you now. The OEM manufacturers original ink cartridges in the inkjet printers that they have designed for when using the manufacturers own brand inkjet paper are often unassailable but thats when we are talking to customers with a especially diserning eye such as photographers - then again the findings you will achieve from the range of printers made by any of the major manufacturers such as Brother is quite simply remarkable and better than that which you could look forward to from a traditional photograph printing service such as that offered by Kodak or in store by Boots - but and here is the big downside, the price of printing these photographs and images with OEM inks can also scare you to death when you see all the money you have spent on the inks!
The biggest percentage of consumers will discover that the compatible inkjet carts are adequate. We do a great deal of in house testing of all of the ink cartridges that we distribute as we have had hundreds if not thousands of various suppliers sending us samples from China and the Far East - lots of which have unfortunately been found to be not up to standard, so the inkjet carts that we are geared up to recommend for sale and are prepared to ensure the quality of the output and the life of the inkjet carts have been completely tried and tested over more than a few years by ourselves and our customer base - trust me there are a number of very poor quality ink cartridges out there, they may be discounted but they may damage your printer! For testing reasons we have quite a few standard and high resolution pictures which we print onto 128gsm glossy inkjet photo paper and print using the OEM carts and then wash out the print heads and run a head clean then run exactly the same photos using the compatible inks - its important to in no way mix your original cartridges with any reman or compatible carts as they just will not work, in my opinion the best thing to do is when you take home your latest ink-jet printer put your Brother originals somewhere safe and put a full set of compatibles into the printer - then if you ever have reason to send the printer back for repair plunk the originals back in as otherwise it will be deemed out of warranty. What we do next is stick these test photographs onto our wall to test for degredation of the image over a number of weeks, as consumers come into our office we frequently ask them to specify which of the images they think is the best (they don't know which is produced by the Brother originals and which by the compatibles) nearly all struggle to tell the difference between one and the other. Therefore the definitive answer to the question ‘for the price how can they be as good as an original' is not exactly a trouble-free one, but based on a price and output and the printing test they are almost exactly the same, and a extremely big percentage of consumers would say they cannot tell the difference even when told which is which - so in terms of value to results ratio the compatibles prevail without much of a fight.
The next thing to take into account is that the Brother original cartridges will not block your print heads or cause streaking but some Chinese carts will do both, but if the cheaper inkjet carts are causing you problems run a set of original cartridges through your printer which will flush and lubricate your print heads, then swap back to copies, they often have more ink in them then the OEM carts as well - thus giving you a reasonable cost of printing, if you don't get on with a individual brand of compatible carts try getting hold of a different brand (there are hundreds!) you are certain to find one that will work for you.
Lastly, at times an inkjet printer will not acknoledge the presence of the compatible ink cartridges - the number one thing to attempt is the following tip - take all the cartridges out and switch your printer off, then turn the printer back on and it will say 'no ink present' - click OK (DO NOT PUT ANY INK-JET CARTS IN AT THIS POINT) - then it will come up with the message 'no ink' for the second time - this is when you then install your set of compatibles and it should then work, when all's said and done you are tricking the printer that a set of Brother originals is now present. What is the real variance relating to compatibles and re-filled or remans? The solution is simple even though the expertise thats behind both types is complex. Brother, Canon and Epson all make a printer with a built in print head, so when you swap the ink-jet cartridge all you are changing is an ink tank. These days these printers all employ separate ink tanks for the various colour inks (which can be up to 10 various cartridges in a few of the very top end printers) which means that when one colour runs out you simply swap the specific empty ink cartridge.
Chipped cartridges or inks with built in print heads - Brother
Nearly all the main inkjet printer manufacturers all manufacture a cartridge which has the print head built-in into the actual cartridge itself, though Epson have just brought out a number of ink cartridges with chips which is an effort to make it more difficult for the Far eastern compatible manufacturers to make copies. So with this type of printers in fact you install a new print head as soon as you put in a set of carts. The ink cartridges with this type of technology are intrinsically expensive for the reason of the chip having to be included in the cartridge. These are the types of ink cartridges that are worth sending for recycling since the print heads can be used quite a few times without loss of quality - thats where you get the reman type of carts. Compatible ink tanks are up-to-the-minute, but have been made by third party chinese manufacturers, 95 % of which are in China - who have very little to do with the original printer manufacturers like Brother, re-filled ink cartridges have been used once, recycled and refilled with third party ink. So you can find compatible ink tanks for the Canon, Brother and Epson printers, but only re-filled or remanufactured ink cartridges for Hp, Lexmark or Dell.
So after all that where does this leave things - my conclusions are definately that the compatible ink-jet cartridges are usually fit for use and great bang for your buck and ours are the best quality Brother compatible ink cartridges - If you are using them to print general office and home documents then retain your funds and use the compatibles, even photos are acceptable when printed using the Brother compatibles as in my experience the photograph paper used is the most important factor (but thats a whole other debate!). To make certain you are getting the best performance out of your Brother printer just make sure you use your set of original Brother cartridges and run them through from time to time to retain the print heads of your printer in first-class condition and you will make sure you have a cost effective and excellent product quality and excellent results from your ink-jet printer.