Inkjet vs laser?


New member
Username: Scott1


Post Number: 3
Registered: Aug-05
I'm considering buying a francise company that refills ink cartridges in printers.
Is the future laser printers only, or will inkjet still be produced??

Gold Member
Username: Project6

Post Number: 5237
Registered: Dec-03

Bronze Member
Username: Edwarl

Melbourne, Victoria Australia.

Post Number: 48
Registered: May-04
On that 'ink' subject, I have a Canon BJC2100SP bubble-jet printer. I get continuous trouble with smearing text/colour print if the paper gets just slightly wet afterwards. Of course the wetter the worser (?)!
I have been told that the ink is water based and that this is the cause.
Is this true and if so how do I get around the trouble?
Can anyone help please.

New member
Username: Luv4losers

Post Number: 4
Registered: Oct-06
Laurie Edward,

Yes this is true if you have put assess amount of ink in ur catridge it will flow and printer will printer will print it like that may be for a while or forever. Laser printers are expensive but they are worth it coz thy use powder and it never dries as well. If u just want a printer go for HP K550 really cheap on catridges almost good as a laser printer. Want more info mail me at

Bronze Member
Username: Edwarl

Melbourne, Victoria Australia.

Post Number: 50
Registered: May-04
Thanks L4L. I think you are right.
I may be printing on too high intensity too.
Go for laser likely.
email sent to you but not sure if it went the right way :-))
(Mistakes may be due to our bushfire smoke !!??)
Thks again.

Bronze Member
Username: Peter_benders

Sandiego, CA US

Post Number: 11
Registered: Jun-09
inkjet printers will always be there no matter what happens... laser printers may be cost effective but the photos printed from inkjet printers are awesome
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