Troubleshooting Common Printing Problems

These days, offices around the world would struggle to operate effectively without the humble printer; however, sometimes they fail to work as well as they should causing frustration and annoyance. Luckily, the majority of problems associated with printers can be easily remedied. Below are a few of the most common problems that can occur how to solve them.

Running out of ink quickly and frequently

As a basic rule of thumb, higher end printers are usually more economic when it comes to ink but the majority of printers will have an ink saving mode built in. Also, to make things more confusing, low ink warnings vary drastically between manufacturers.

Ultimately, the best way to save on ink is to use a little common sense when it comes to printing office documents; you don’t need to print everything. Also, if you find that you are going through ink a lot, but it is unavoidable, then Prink has a wide range of cheap ink cartridges available so you can keep your costs down.

Not printing

Firstly, without being condescending, you should ensure that the printer is properly connected to your computer and, more importantly, switched on. Also, you should check the printer software installed onto your computer if it is corrupt or out of date then you may need to uninstall and then reinstall the printer for it to work.

If you are unsure if you have the correct software installed then simply check the devices and printing folder on your computer. Should you find that you do not have the necessary software, and then, it can usually be downloaded from the manufacturer’s website.

The infamous paper jam

Though uncommon in modern machines, there are a few tips and tricks to bear in mind. To begin with, don’t fill your paper tray to capacity and keep it properly aligned; most paper trays come equipped with a slider to ensure paper is fed neatly into the printer.

Try to stick with plain paper when you are printing, if you must use photo paper of another sort, then check to see that your printer is properly set up for the task.

Here at Prink, we appreciate that a printer is nothing without its ink, so if you need a reliable source for your business ink needs, then look no further. We have a wide range of printer ink cartridges from all the major manufacturers. Our complete range can be browsed and purchased through our website!

Reducing the Hidden Costs of Printing

Though on the surface printing seems like a fairly simple procedure – paper goes in, ink is applied, and your document comes out – there are actually a great many costs associated with this simple process. For a small to medium business, these costs can add up if they are not properly managed.

But what are said costs? Obviously you have the initial cost of the printer as well as the ink and paper, but what else do you end up paying for? Here at Prink, we understand that businesses are looking to save money wherever they can. So we have compiled a list of a few of the often overlooked or even ignored costs of printing, and how you can reduce or eliminate them.

Poor print management

Since printing is so commonplace, it is natural that those who work in an office environment will take it for granted, after all, if you print off dozens of documents a day then you are not going to think anything of it. However, it is this indifference that ends up costing companies money; especially when it comes to paper and cartridge ink costs.

Arguably, there is no such thing as a paperless office; you are going to have to print something eventually! But, you can reduce the amount you print by having a set company policy as to what and what does not need printing.

Colour Printing

Sometimes it seems that your colour ink cartridge is always running out faster than the black, and this could be a real indication that your office documents are too colour heavy. If you print documents regularly, but they all have pie charts, or the company logo on them, then you are going to go through a lot of ink very quickly.

At the risk of stating the obvious, simply print in black and white or “draft mode” when you are printing internal documents. If it is for a client, then obviously make sure it looks as good as possible, but if it is just an internal memo then black and white will suffice.

Personal Printing

Some employers may be shocked to learn that some of their employees use their printers for personal use, but it is more common than you may think. Most people will think there is nothing wrong with printing off a few cheeky documents as and when, but if everyone in the office is doing this on the sly, then it will start to impact on the company’s resources.

It might be worth implementing a stricter policy when it comes to personal printing; simply put, the office printing is for work related documents only.

If you want to further reduce your printing costs, then here at Prink we have a wide selection of cheap ink cartridges suitable for all manufacturers. Our full range can be viewed online but if you have any further questions then do not hesitate to get in touch!

Saving Money on Printer Ink Cartridges

When it comes to printing gripes, the one at the very top of the list is always the cost of ink; especially if you find you need to print documents regularly. Luckily for you, Prink stocks a wide selection of cheap ink cartridges for all the major printer manufacturers!

However, since the cost of ink doesn’t seem to be going down anytime soon and with businesses looking to save as much as possible, we have compiled some useful advice which will hopefully save you money on your printing costs.

Use compatible ink cartridges

Third party or compatible ink cartridges have an undeserved reputation for being of low quality; in recent years though, compatible cartridges have seen a dramatic improvement in both quality and longevity. There are alternative ink cartridges available which work in all manufacturers’ printers and Epson compatible ink cartridges, for example, are now on par with the original genuine ink products. Because of their cost effectiveness, compatible ink cartridges are ideal for those who seldom print many documents, or for those who are looking to save a little extra money when it comes to printing costs.

Consider refill packs

Though it can be a bit fiddly and certainly takes some practice, refill kits can be a very cost effective way to replace ink cartridges. Kits are compatible with most types of inkjet cartridges, and all refill kits come with instructions explaining how to get the most out of them and how to use them in conjunction with certain cartridges. However, you may find that you need to purchase a resetter so the cartridge will accept the refill kit.

Draft mode is your friend

Sometimes you can save money, not by hanging your cartridges or refilling your old ones, but by changing the settings on your printer. If you need to print a lot of documents, but they don’t need to be high quality, such as in-house communications or the minutes from a meeting, then Draft Mode can save you ink and ultimately money. You can setup Draft Mode easily by changing your printer settings via the Control Panel. In addition to saving ink, you will find that the pages tend to print much faster as less ink is applied, making the documents seem paler than usual but otherwise serviceable.

Check the cost per page of your printer

This will largely depend on your make of printer, but most manufacturers publish how much mileage you should get per cartridge on their website. If you have an older printer, the cost per page is going to be higher than a newer model. So, if you find that your printer is guzzling ink, it might be time to upgrade to a more efficient and affordable printer.

These are just a few ways in which you can save money on your printing costs. If you are in need of cheap and readily available ink cartridges, compatible with all manufacturers, then Prink has an extensive selection as well as same day dispatch! Full details are available on our website.

How to Store and Handle your Ink Cartridges

When it comes to ink cartridges, proper storage and care will help to prolong their shelf life and in the long term, save you money; but how do you go about maintaining your cartridges? We have compiled a few helpful hints and tips which will ensure you don’t waste ink or money.

Storage

Wherever possible you should store your ink cartridges in their original packaging and an upright position; keeping them on their side can cause leakages. Also, ensure that the space in which they are stored is cool and dark. However, if for whatever reason you need to store a cartridge before you have finished using it, or if it needs to be refilled then you need to encourage moisture to help prevent them from drying up.

In order to do this, you need to put some vinyl tape over the opening and then store each ink cartridge in separate sandwich bags. In addition, in order to help stop them from drying out, place a small damp, but not dripping, sponge or tissue in each bag. Be sure to check them every day if possible to ensure they are still moist.

When it comes to branded inks, for example, Epson printer ink cartridges, the manufacturer will usually have a support page on their website that provides help and advice when it comes to looking after the product; so if in doubt, be sure to consult these.

Handling

Whether you have expensive or cheap printer ink cartridges, they all need to be handled the same way.

  •  If you get any ink on your skin, be sure to wash it away quickly and thoroughly with soap and water.
  • When using a new cartridge, print a test page to ensure the quality and that it has been properly installed.
  • Avoid touching the copper contacts on the cartridge. If these are damaged then the quality will be impaired or worse; the cartridge simply won’t work.
  • Do not leave opened printer cartridges outside of the printer for long periods as they can dry up very quickly.
  • Also, contrary to popular belief, you should not shake your cartridges as this can damage them.

Another simple tip which is often overlooked is always turn off your printer when it is not in use. The reason for this is that when the printer is off, the cartridge returns to the starting position; while in this position, air cannot get to the ink, and it goes a small way to prolonging the life of the ink cartridge.

If you are in need of cheap ink cartridges and based in the UK, then look no further than Prink. We stock a wide range of manufacturers, including Brother, Canon and Epson printer cartridges. We also stock a range of third party ink cartridges which are compatible with all major manufacturers’ printers.

Eco-Friendly 3D Printing the Will.i.am Way

Once a pea in the Blackeyed pod, Will.i.am is now trying his hand at 3D printing. The tech-obsessed musician and The Voice judge is well known for taking part in techy endeavours. In fact he has already been involved with Intel and starting a car company, not to mention brandishing his own smart watch on TV – and now he’s stuck his blinged-up fingers straight into the 3D printing pie.

In this article, Prink will introduce you to eco-friendly 3D printing the Will.i.am way.

The rapper is Chief Creative Officer at 3D Systems, who recently announced that they would be joining forces with Coca-Cola’s Ekocycle programme which Will.i.am co-founded. The joint venture will be spearheaded by the man himself, and will see the creation of a 3D printer that uses recycled plastic bottles as it’s building material.

Will’s wonderful contraption is to be called (the very futuristic) Ekocycle Cube 3D Printer. The printer will use filament cartridges that are 25% recycled plastic – there’s around three 500ml Coke bottles in each one, and this amount can produce objects that are up to 6in square. The colours available will be red, black, white and transparent. Courtesy of our friend Will, anyone who buys the printer will get free access to 25 designs for objects including phone cases, vases and shoes.

“We will make it cool to recycle, and we will make it cool to make products using recycled materials. This is the beginning of a more sustainable 3D-printed lifestyle. Waste is only waste if we waste it” were Will’s words. Clearly taking an eco-consumerist stance, Will has high hopes for the cube in the fight against waste in a way that may resonate with the public – not to mention he’s funding the project himself (invested interest?).

Brimming with ideas-a-plenty the star has always been a vocal figure when it comes to areas of music, tech and entertainment-based politics. Just recently he made a Skype appearance at music industry Midem, where he addressed a packed room saying “It’s sad that as a collective industry, we don’t do our own hardware. It’s only three people: Jim, Dre and I – that’s Beats – that have hardware.”

“I surround myself with megasupergeeks, so we can make and market hardware and things like that. Maybe I’m chasing something I would probably never catch, but I’ve been here before when I was in the ghetto chasing the dream of starting a band.”

It seems the Blackeyed prodigy will go to some lengths to realise his tech dreams but only time will tell if Will.i.am is the man for the job.

Speaking of jobs, if you’re at a loss of ink for your non-3D print job you’ll want to get in touch with the team here at Prink. We are one of the UK’s leading suppliers of cheap ink cartridges of both brand and compatible quality. For more information on any of our products or services, please visit our site or contact us via the options available.

Why Wireless Printing is a Winner

With wireless technology seemingly everywhere nowadays, the inevitability of it reaching printers was all too obvious. The increasing popularity of such technology in both domestic and commercial settings just goes to show that there is indeed a demand for wireless printing. In this article, Prink set out to prove just why wireless printing is a winner.

It’s fair to say that we are living in the era of ‘wireless wonder.’ Radios, laptops, headphones and a whole host of other everyday gadgets are now well-versed in the ways of wireless functionality. Another big wireless player is the internet, and nowadays you’ll pushed not to find a wireless signal or connection to hook up to. Printers too seem to be following the natural order (or rather trend) of wireless technology.

Why go Wireless?

As with the vast majority of wireless tech, wireless printers eliminate the annoying trail of coiled craziness laying beneath your feet – hence the name wireless. When you apply this same logic to a printer you benefit from:

  • Less annoying cables to plug and unplug
  • A much more neat and tidy printing environment
  • A more efficient and streamlined way of utilising your printer’s capabilities
  • You can use it from pretty much anywhere in the home (coverage dependent)
  • Wireless printing can be achieved from any number of devices including phones, tablets and of course laptops

How Easy is it to setup?

Setting up a wireless printer is relatively straightforward especially if you’ve set one up before. For those of you haven’t, following the installation guide is good place to start. Wireless printers will print wirelessly off a wireless internet connection; so as long as your printer is in reach of a Wi-Fi connection you’ve successfully cleared the first hurdle.

Assuming that your network is up and running, your next job is to acquire the name (or rather SSID) and password of your network. This information will determine where your printer connects to for its wireless signal. The quickest way of obtaining this information is to check the actual router.

On the initial setup, you may need to attach your laptop or device to the printer via a USB for software installation purposes. However, this isn’t always the case. A wireless printer with an LCD interface will usually allow you to configure the wireless connection directly, detecting all the networks within its capture range.

Once you’ve overcome these networking niggles then it’s smooth sailing (or rather printing) after that. You’ll be able to enjoy sending a print job from your bedroom or even bathroom if you so wish – ah wonderful wireless!

And don’t forget, if your Epson printer Ink cartridges are running low you can visit Prink’s online shop where you’ll find an extensive range of cheap ink cartridges of both brand and compatible quality.

The Difference Between an Original and Compatible Ink Cartridge?

cartridgesWhen it comes to refilling your printer, knowing which cartridges are suitable for your particular printer can be difficult. However, navigating the inky waters of printer cartridges is actually quite simple if you know the difference between an ‘original’ and a ‘compatible’ printer cartridge. In this article Prink will reveal just how different the two types are and how you can take advantage of both.

An Original Ink Cartridge?

Every printer in existence will have a type of ink that it is optimised for. These ink cartridges will provide you with the best results. Using an original set of ink cartridges manufactured for your particular printer will produce vibrant and crisp images of unequivocal resolution. But is it really all plain sailing (or rather printing)? Unfortunately not as original cartridges (usually branded) will cost a fair amount, but we’ll cross that hurdle later on.

A Compatible Ink Cartridge?

While original ink cartridges offer supreme quality, a compatible cartridge is still to be considered. Granted they don’t quite reach the heights of their original relatives however, they do provide an economical alternative to a printing problem. Compatible ink cartridges sacrifice a level of quality and opt for affordability instead. Knowing this, the advantages and drawbacks become a lot clearer.

What are the Advantages of Original Ink Cartridges?

  • The clarity, crispness and optimum results
  • The reassurance of branded quality
  • Knowing that your printer is equipped with the best ink and that it won’t damage the printer.
  • Your printer heads will stay in much better condition.

What are the Disadvantages of Original Ink Cartridges?

  • The cost of original ink cartridges is remarkably expensive compared to compatible alternatives.
  • For the best prints possible you’ll also need to purchase high-quality paper.
  • Refilling original cartridges can be expensive regardless of whether you purchase an individual colour or set of cartridges.
  • Combining compatible and original cartridges will result in a lower quality print overall.

What are the Advantages of Compatible Ink Cartridges?

  • Compatible ink cartridges are a more economical option and can save you a considerable amount of money compare to their original counterparts.
  • There a large number of third-party suppliers out there so if you shop around you’ll have no trouble finding a really good deal.
  • If you tend to print a lot and aren’t overly fussed about the quality then compatible ink cartridges are definitely the way to go. Businesses that splurge on original ink cartridges will end up spending considerably more than those who go for compatible types.

What are the Disadvantages of Compatible Ink Cartridges?

  • The noticeable reduction in printed ink quality will make some things a lot less aesthetically pleasing.
  • Mixing and matching compatible printer inks (though cheaper) can have adverse effects on the printer heads. So it’s a good idea (now and again) to spend that bit extra for your printer’s sake.

How will I know which best suits me and my needs?

By monitoring your printing habits and needs you will therefore establish a better understanding of the type and frequency of ink cartridge you need. On the whole, the average home user will find compatible cartridges more than adequate; this also goes for the vast majority of businesses too. With that being said, establishments like up market restaurants (for example) wanting to portray a much more regal feel may want to opt for original ink cartridges.

So as you can see it comes down to circumstances and needs of the individual to dictate which type of cartridge is best for them.

For more information on ink cartridges, contact us for all of your printing needs. 

Planet-Friendly Printing: Why You Should Recycle Printer Cartridges

Recycling SymbolPrinting is the backbone of many businesses and is an important aspect of daily office life however; it is worth bearing in mind the impact that it has on the environment.

Being green is a priority for any business these days, with people making a conscious effort to turn out the lights and recycle paper, plastic and cardboard. These are the simplest and most obvious ways of being green in the workplace, but what about the less apparent but equally effective ways of keeping your office eco-friendly?

Recycling your printer ink cartridges is one of the best – and one of the most overlooked – ways to go about planet-friendly printing. Here at Prink, we understand the need to keep your office in constant supply which is why we provide a wide range of cheap printer cartridges for you to order as and when you need, in whatever quantity you require. The other side of this convenience is a corporate responsibility to the environment.

Being able to buy a large quantity of quality cartridges at the drop of the hat is all well and good, but what happens to all of the old used cartridges?

Well, too many of them end up in the bin and clogging up landfill sites, but some are recycled and reused to make new essential items with a reduced carbon footprint. In fact, if all printer cartridges were recycled we would see a big difference. You see, most of the components in printer cartridges are made from 100% recyclable materials and many are also 100% recoverable and reusable.

Read on to find out more about why you should recycle your printer cartridges.

What a waste

It is estimated that eight cartridges are thrown away every second, even though the average cartridge can be reused 4-6 times before it can then be recycled into a new product. If just four of these cartridges were recycled, you could make another 20 cartridges with 80% less energy.

With the four binned cartridges, you could cover Old Trafford stadium 119 times and power a top of the range television for 3,593,505 years.

350 million cartridges (70%) are thrown away every year and the UK alone is responsible for more than 55 million of these.

A long-lasting legacy

A single printer cartridge will take 1000 years to decompose because of certain elements, such as its aluminium content. So every time a cartridge is thrown in the bin or onto a landfill site, whole and un-recycled, it sticks around for a millennium.

There are more immediate concerns regarding printer cartridge waste and this is because putting printer cartridges on a landfill site can have detrimental effects on the environment. For example:

  • The plastics in a cartridge are non-biodegradable
  • The oils and chemicals used to produce cartridges will leak into the surrounding soil and water supplies
  • The leaking toxins and the smaller components can harm wildlife
  • Any soil contaminated by the cartridges’ toxins will remain unproductive for thousands of years

A new lease of life

You can give your printer cartridges a new lease of life thanks to ethical recycling. Ethical recycling actually breaks the printer cartridge up into separate components which can be used in a variety of ways. Some of the ways a recycled printer cartridge can be reused and recycled include:

  • Milk bottles and other similar products
  • Refrigerators and other white goods items
  • Cans and other forms of packaging
  • Environmentally friendly stationery, furniture and household items

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This is just a quick look at how printer cartridges can be recycled and reused and what happens when you don’t pay attention to your printing practices when trying to build an eco-friendly business.

So next time you get in touch with us to order your next batch of cheap printer cartridges, think a little more about what you do with the used ones.

Proper Printer Etiquette: Part 2

Multifunctional_SamsungIn the first part of our guide to Proper Printer Etiquette, we looked at some of the key things to remember when working in an office and using a shared printer. These points included being courteous, taking responsibility and being prompt with certain matters; all of which can help to keep office conflicts at a minimum and the print trail running smoothly.

Read on for the second installment of this guide and see how much more there is to the office printer than paper and ink.

Eco-Friendliness

Minimise waste:

Businesses have all sorts of policies and procedures to ensure they are as green as possible. The easiest way for businesses to be green is to limit waste and recycle. This practice should be extended to office printing too. Whilst some printing is essential, in the name of being green you should always make a conscious effort to keep paper and ink wastage to a minimum; this means limiting how much you print and only making paper copies when absolutely necessary (it is the digital age after all). As for the sheets that print the odd line or mark, use it as scrap paper for the office rather than putting it straight in the bin. If you do have waste printouts then simply pop them in the recycling bin.

Turn it off:                                                                 

The easiest way for a business to reduce their carbon footprint and save on their energy bills is to turn off electrical equipment at the end of each day and over the weekend. By turning the printer off when you shut down the office overnight or over the weekend, you will reduce your energy usage and emissions and it may even help to prolong your printer’s life.

Recycle where possible:

As with any plan to be green, you should try to use recycled materials where possible. This is as simple as buying recycled paper and supplies. In fact, thanks to new technologies in recycling and paper manufacturing, it is much easier to source and use high quality recycled paper on a daily basis.

Boundaries

Only take what is yours:

Boundaries are important in the workplace and you should respect that while some printouts are run of the mill, others are private. You should ensure that you only take your printouts from the printer. Even if you think taking others’ documents to hand out will be helpful, you run the risk of overstepping the mark.

Keep it default:

You should always use the default settings on your office printer to ensure that all documents are printed in a uniform manner. If for whatever reason you have to change the printer settings for a particular job, make sure that you put the settings back to default and that you put the hardware back to how it normally is. This will stop any mistakes being made or any time and resources being wasted because people are unaware of the changes you’ve made.

Personal documents are prohibited:

In an effort not to waste resources and to ensure that things are fair and everyone has the same printer usage and privilege, you should ensure you do not use a work printer for personal documents. Even if you think one or two sneaky personal documents will go unnoticed, they won’t be planned for when resources and supplies are organised which could result in an ink or paper shortage at a crucial moment for your team or company such as just before a big meeting with a key client you can’t provide a contract for. This is all about common courtesy again; ensure you keep business and personal separate – even in the print room.

So that was the second part of our guide to Proper Printer Etiquette. Though each office will have its own way of doing things, the points discussed in this guide are a good start to keeping the peace and the printer in good working order.

For the more practical side of running an office printer, you have Prink to turn to, with our wide and varied range of cheap ink cartridges and quality supplies.

Proper Printer Etiquette: Part 1

Multifunctional_SamsungWorking in an office comes with all sorts of responsibilities and best practices. There are lots of little challenges that you are likely to face each day, some of which can become quite the bug bear.

Printer etiquette is one big bug bear and it is something that causes confusion and conflict in offices up and down the UK.

To give you an insight into proper print etiquette, here is part one of our guide:

Courtesy

Ask first:

When you are printing out long reports or you have a big job with multiple copies, make sure that you communicate with your colleagues. They may have a one-page document they need to print in time for the 10 o’clock meeting but haven’t done so yet because it is a 30 second job. If you then jump the gun with a 42 page report, it is unfair and likely to cause friction, if not panic. In the name of common courtesy, give your colleagues a five minute warning before you tie up the printer with a big job and ask them if they are ok with it.

Print in waves:

If you have what could be considered as an unreasonably large print job, try to break it up into waves. By taking a job that requires 200 copies and breaking it up into 10 lots of 20, you will free up the printer for your colleagues’ smaller jobs in between. Again, this sort of common courtesy will go a long way in a work environment.

Respect orderly queues:

Queuing is something the British do well, be it for the Number 2 Bus or at the grocery store checkout. The same should go when collecting your documents from the printer. If there is a queue of people waiting to pick up documents they printed around the same time, wait your turn. Even if you know your prints are before Jan from Accounts’ report because she printed her stuff after you, you shouldn’t cut the queue if she was there first. More often than not, those who are ahead in the queue will dish out prints that come before their own or they will offer for you to nip in and look too, but you should never presume.

Responsibility

Basic maintenance:

Understanding and being able to carry out basic printer maintenance is an important part of working in an office. Even though your department or company may have a dedicated technical or printer expert, you should take some responsibility for ensuring the technology you use runs as smoothly as possible on a daily basis. If the paper is jammed, unjam it. If the paper, toner or ink is low then replace it. Make sure you know the basics when it comes to common problems and ensure you have access to printer supplies.

Stock up:

It is always best to be prepared and in a fast-moving, forever-printing office environment this is even more important. There should be a dedicated area in your office for printer supplies like paper and ink. This stock should always be near full and regardless of whether one or several individuals are responsible for ordering supplies, whoever goes into the supply cupboard and sees something is running low should secure replenishments. It is easy to keep a stock of the main printing supplies and it is often more economical to buy multiples than to buy on an “as and when” basis; just bulk buy paper and invest in large quantities of cheap ink cartridges.

No “later”:

When you are busy at work, the last thing you want to deal with is having to change the ink or fix a paper jam, especially if you’ve just arrived to pick up your prints and they’re fine. However, taking a minute out to sort something yourself instead of leaving it for someone else to fix is the best way to keep office operations running smoothly. Taking responsibility for things goes back to common courtesy; just as you would like someone to sort out a jam that was preventing your prints, you should fix a problem as and when you see it so that others can print what they need when they need it.

Promptness

Pick up prints ASAP:

Whether you have printed a quick single sheet or a big book-length job, you shouldn’t leave your documents to pile up on the printer. Once you’ve hit “print” you should start getting up to go and retrieve the job from the printer. Not only does this ensure that the printer stays clear (and less likely to jam or overflow), it also means there is less chance that you will forget about your prints.

Fix things quickly:

Try not to fuss too much when you have to fix or replace something in the office printer. Work environments move at a mile a minute or faster, so dawdling or stopping for a quick chat on the way back from the supply cupboard can have a real knock on effect and leave people stressed at the backlog the printer has to get through. Even if your particular print job isn’t urgent, assume that everyone else’s is.

Communicate promptly:

In the event of a paper jam, an ink outage or some form of technical fault with the printer, you should communicate with your colleagues quickly and clearly. The sooner everyone knows about a printer issue, the sooner they can cancel their jobs and reroute to an alternative. This frees the printer up and makes it easier to fix. The same goes for reporting any technical faults to designated parties; the sooner they know about it, the sooner they can fix it.

These points are just the start of proper print etiquette. The main message here is forward planning, common courtesy and common sense. For all other printer related issues, you can get in touch with Prink and make the most of our great range of printer ink cartridges and supplies.