Re: high quality low cost toner cartridges + free laser printer advice
- I'd appreciate it if you posted the fusing point information.
--- In Homebrew_PCBs@yahoogroups.com, "Frank & Marianne"
> i'll see what i can dig up as far as data sheets . copier toner and
> laser printer toner are two very different toners . i will see what
> toner cross references with your printer . all hp printers have canon
> based engines . i can get you the toner and most likely the toner
> cartridge . you will have to vacuum out the copier toner very well
> from your cartridge so there is none left to mix with the new toner .
> i'll email you after i research the info for you . from , frank
> --- In Homebrew_PCBs@yahoogroups.com, "Thomas" <teecee@c...> wrote:
> > Hi Frank
> > I am interested in the various melting points of various Toners ,
> you wouldn't happen to have any Data Sheets etc on this ?
> > My Laser Printer is a Canon Laser Shot LBP-1120 and I would like to
> know if I can get a Darker Toner for it, It had recently run out of
> Toner so refilled it with Toner that was used in a Canon Photo
> Copier ...well it aint as dark as the Origional ...any suggestions ??
> > Thanks
> > Thomas
> > hello . my name is frank . i have been remanufacturing toner
> > cartridges for hp laser printers going on 13 years now . i replace
> > all wear related parts and fill them with the appropriate amount of
> > toner . my cartridges meet or exceed o.e.m. cartridges . if anyone
> > wants to save money on their toner cartridges let me know your
> > # . i also will give free advice for any laser printer problems . i
> > also have been servicing laser printers going on 13 years now . i
> > also have pre-owned laser printers available . thank you for your
> > time . from , frank (the toner guy)
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