The continuous inking supply system is very simple in principle. “Think of it as an intravenous drip for your printer” Ribbon tubing is used to connect the large reservoir bottles of ink to the print head. As the print head moves back and forth spraying ink, replacement ink is continually drawn through the tubing.
Continuous Ink Supply System are like those used by professional print shops, use large reservoir bottles of ink instead of the tiny,over-priced cartridges supplied by the printer manufacturer. If you're not familiar with the issue, some printer manufacturer installed chips in their cartridges to hold you hostage to their high-priced inks. As a solution, manufacturers of CISS had to modify a microchip so it always reads 100 percent full, no matter how much ink is actually in the system. Once installed, you never have to remove the CIS cartridges or system from the printer.
The New Generation
Inknovation Continuous Ink System currently supported most of the Epson, HP, Canon printers and some models of Brother printers . The system is very agnostic when it comes to inks. The system works fine with almost any inks including the following:
- Epson equivalent Dye and Pigment based inks
- HP equivalent Dye and Pigment based ink
- Canon equivalent Dye and Pigment based inks
- Brother equivalent Dye and Pigment based inks
- Archival pigment based inks
- Archival dye based inks
- Quadtone inks, pigment or UV dye based
In addition to huge cost savings, New Generation Continuous Ink also points out other significant advantages
- Your print quality is always as good as a brand new cartridge because no air bubbles get drawn into the print head to lower print quality and cause banding.
- No wasted ink tossed out just because one of the colors has run out.
- No wasted time running cleaning cycles or nozzle checks to make sure everything is working because you never have to install a new cartridge.
- No messy refills required to save money.