What is the biggest fear using OEM compatible eco solvent ink?
- The biggest challenge for most printers considering using non-OEM inks is compatibility with their printers. If you switch out inks using a non-OEM cartridge or ink, will it work with your existing printer? Of course, that is always going to be the question. The perception is you have a lot of setups to do in order for the ink to work properly on your printer.
- Then, there is the concern about the warranty. If you use a non-OEM ink will it void your warranty? This is a big one.
- The final question will be about quality. Will a non-OEM solvent ink perform as well on any substrate you print? These are valid questions for any printer to consider.
We have found a pretty good OEM compatible Eco Solvent Ink with Primeinks. They use a unique technology called 3C which is a Color and Chemical Compatibility to the following manufacturers:
- HP – Solvent Ink
- Mimaki – Eco Solvent Ink & Solvent Ink
- Roland – Eco Sol Max & Solvent Ink
- Mutoh – Eco Solvent Ink & Solvent Ink
So, here is how it works. Primeink is a branded version of a primary supplier of Eco Solvent Ink. Their Color & Chemical Compatibility technology makes it easy to implement their solvent ink in these printers. They claim it has a complete match to the original ink. Making it an easy transition from OEM ink. Here is the big one, using Prinmeink, you don’t have to change your printer setting, software or create new ICC profiles.
The other advantage is it costs about half the cost of OEM solvent ink. The gives you a 50% savings on most projects.
Check out the large selection of Eco Solvent Ink at the Lloyds Commercial Printing Ink Store.