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Print Head in cartridge?

Discussion in 'InkJet Continuous Flow Systems' started by Wharfrat, Feb 4, 2015.

  1. Feb 4, 2015
    Wharfrat

    Wharfrat Newbie to Printing

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    Are there injet printers that have the print heads as part of the cartridge instead of the printer that can utilize continuous flow systems?
    I have an Epson 635. I have ongoing problems with head clogging.
    This is my second printer in 5 years.
    I like the convenience of CIS over refillable carts but am tired of purging and cleaning the heads.


    Another option for me would be a printer that has a removable print head that would enable me to clean it easily.

    Thank you
     
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  2. Feb 4, 2015
    Smile

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    Removable print head printers are all Canon printers ! Some cheaper have integrated print heads into carts themselves, so you need to decide what you want.

    CIS does not work well on Canon.

    Anyway a screwdriver and a youtube video is all you need to learn how to remove heads from epson. While it's not convenient, the heads last longer than printer, that is they will not overheat like thermal heads.
     

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