Sep 20, 2013

Continuous Ink Supply System goes bottomless

One of the greatest offers when you go out and eat at your favorite dine-in spots is getting great value for your money. Aside from having the best tasting meal served on your table, getting unlimited drinks to go with it is a good perk to start with. Cold iced tea, sodas and even fruit juices are offered in drink-all-you-can amounts while you enjoy your sumptuous meal. But not only does the food industry feast on such a feat. The print industry is sharing the same thoughts when it comes to their inks.

Almost every well-to-do Filipino household as of this date have their own computer and sometimes a printer on the side, giving every user the capability to produce a copy of their works either for personal, business or educational use. Legal documents, photos, assignments and school projects are the common uses of the household printer. Overtime, the ink cartridge will soon dry up and require the purchase of a new one.

Unfortunately, ink cartridges are not that cheap. And buying a new one will undoubtedly give us second thoughts of replacing it. Better yet, ask a friend to have your paper work printed or visit a print shop and just pay at a much lower cost than buying a new ink.

CISS (Continuous Ink Supply System) has already been available since 2008 and has given print shops the chance to offer their services at a better price. The unlimited ink method has reduced the cost of buying ink and minimized the wastage of used up cartridges allowing up to 95% savings in ink cost. Even so, every ink will sure to be used up to the last drop compared to regular ink cartridges (particularly the tricolor one).

But the question is, “should you go for the CISS?” If majority of your answers to the questions below are YES then CISS will be a better option.

1. You regularly print more than 20 pages a week?
2. You usually print high quality photos and graphic images?
3. You frequently replace your ink cartridges in as low as once a month?
4. You have enough budget to shell out for a CISS conversion (about P 3000 or $75)?


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