One-piece ink cartridges integrate the print head into the ink cartridge. When the ink is used up and a new ink cartridge is replaced, it means that a new print head is replaced at the same time. The use of such an ink cartridge can achieve relatively high printing accuracy and can maintain the print quality. Since the print head is replaced with the ink cartridge, the print quality is not degraded due to the abrasion of the ink jet head. However, this ink cartridge design structure increases the cost, and the selling price of such ink cartridges is relatively high. HP, Lexmark's products use such ink cartridges. However, in order to save the printing cost, for such ink cartridges, after the ink cartridge is used up, the user often refills the ink in the empty ink cartridge by himself. In general, as long as the operation is correct, the charged ink will not cause much damage to the nozzle. Even if it is unsuccessful, the scrapping is just an ink cartridge that should have been scrapped. It will not cause any harm to the printer. Of course, such ink cartridges are not likely to limit the number of times the user can fill the ink. In general, after using the original ink, it can also be filled 3 to 4 times. If you notice a significant drop in print quality, you need to replace a new ink cartridge.
Editor’s Note: This post was Published by Proffisy on 18 April,2018.