Remanufactured—or recycled—printer cartridges are sent to a manufacturer who will restock the ink and replace or repair any parts that are damaged or not working correctly. Once the cartridge has been restored back to its original form a quality test is performed on each cartridge. Generally, remanufactured ink cartridges are copyrighted and cannot be replicated by another manufacturer.
Personal laser printers are sufficient for printing an average of 200 pages per week. These are low-end and cost $200 and up. They can print up to eight ppm (pages per minute).
The quality of MICR printing as well as the line and the character placement are required ingredients in check recognition. We have the best selection of old and rare MICR Toners, hard to find anywhere else.
High-end inkjet printers can render digital images on special paper, with quality rivaling that of professionally produced glossy or matte photographs.