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estqwerty

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Hi I am searcing for any canon IPF wisdoms ... I am autocad drafter so usualy I print only stright lines up to A1 sizes.
Currently I have a Canon IPF670. I still using OEM starter cartiges (pfi-107), but now have some warning messiges to prepare a new ones...
The new ones are crazy expensive... so any advices will be appreciated.
 

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Hi @estqwerty and welcome, yes there are good quality inks available for your printer, and they are a lot cheaper than OEM inks.

Now here’s the bad news, is not cheap to start refilling because you’ve first got to get the bulk inks, refilling equipment and cartridges chips and learn how to refill your carts.

Here is a start...
https://www.octopus-office.de/shop/en/search?sSearch=Canon+IPF670&p=1
https://www.aliexpress.com/wholesale?catId=0&initiative_id=SB_20180414044449&origin=y&SearchText=Canon+IPF670+cartridge+chips
 

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As I understand there is new magenta in pfi-107 may be differ from the older pfi-102.
There is this "new magenta" lucia ink canon mention...
Some of the inks are dye, MBK is pigment. its big mess for a beginner... i am afraid of posibility to spoil the print head, it cost more than the plotter itself, as i bought it on great sale bargain.
I am buying the OEM magenta and thinking to refill MBK black thanks for now.
 
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