Caboodle Cartridge Inkjet Technology

Ink jet printers print letters and pictures on the page by forming small ink bubbles that burst and splash ink onto the paper. The bubbles are formed at the openings of little holes in the cartridge print head. These openings are called jets. Most cartridges differ in the way the jets are designed.

The size of the bubbles and the speed with which the bubbles form and burst vary with each printer. That is the reason why different cartridges use different inks. The ink must form the bubble in the exact way that the cartridge is designed. If an improper ink is used to refill the cartridge, then the bubble will be too large or too small (depending on ink density), and the printer will not print the expected crisp and clear image. This is the reason why the same ink cannot be used for different cartridges. Popular refilling kits available in office supply stores or online offer the same ink for a whole range of printers. Using them is not a good idea.

Most people who have used these refilling kits are disappointed with the results. The printer will print, but the quality of the print is inferior to using a new OEM (original equipment manufacturer) cartridge.
Caboodle Cartridge Inkjet Technology