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Depends on the manufacturer and model

The word "thermal" means heat. The image is made by heat, not ink.

laser printer don't use ink. it uses toner cartridge..

The HP has small cartriges so less ink in them to use

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The specific tools and the amount or type of ink depends on the brand and type of printer you are using and of course, the color of ink you are the in the most need of.

ink in the printer, does dry up if not in use for a long time.

Yes. Scanning items from the printer does not use ink.

If you no longer have the user guide, the model number should be on the printer. With the model and brand you will be able to determine the type of ink cartridge needed.

Usually a printer can only use one type of ink, however you can look on the manufacturer's website to find what cartridges are compatible with your specific printer.

The printer uses ink to print . There are two types of ink. One is black and white ink, and the other one is colored ink.

To find the right ink for your printer, you can go to the manufacturers website and search for your model. You can then figure out the right type and size of ink to use in your printer. The store can not tell you the type you need with just the model.

Printer ink last or six months. It depends how long you use it

The dell ink jet printers are best for efficient use of ink

Any printer you buy will come with a starter cartridge and will tell you the brand and type of ink to use with it in the future. If you are looking for a low cost printer, consider Wal-Mart or Target as they usually have the lowest prices.

HP ink might be able to use in a different brand printer, but it is recommended that it be used in the HP printer. If you prefer to use HP ink, try buying a HP printer.

There is not much of a difference between these two types of ink. The type of ink you purchase all depends upon what type of printer you use. There are also many different brands of ink that may be cheaper than these.

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no it does not use oilit uses pure ink

An ink jet printer is less to purchase, a laser jet printer costs a good deal less to use. So how much you print can decide your choice.

Usually known as an "inkjet" printer that uses blue, red and yellow ink cartridges, with some printers using an additional black ink cartridge.

This is probably not possible on any brand of color capable printer. If you want a printer that only prints with black ink use a monochrome printer.

From the research that I just did, the LaserJet 3600 printer will only work if you use the ink made by the company for the printer. I think it will work with other ink, but people say it will break the printer.

Ink cartridges can vary from manufacturer to model of printer. The longevity of your ink will depend upon your use and consumption of the ink. Ask other Brother printer owners if they feel their printer and longevity of ink in their cartridge is superior to a Canon.

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