Getting Fingers Dirty
- Sep 28, 2021
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- Printer Model
- Canon IX6810
was wondering just that. I also used the refillable cartridge in this first try and not the OEM ones as I wanted to make sure that the chips were working before savaging them for their chips applying the Hat's tutorial for refilling them. Haha.The saturation of the inks may differ even with the same dyes used. Th tank printers might use different algorithms for the ink lay down. Inks for tank printers must have different compositions as the ink supply system is different. This could be viscosity and surface-active agents. So you get different results.
When I compare the nozzle check page cyan, magenta and black seems pretty much the same to the naked eye, but yellow seems a lot less saturated and yet, when I swap the yellow back to the OEM cartridge (keeping the rest of it) I still can't get the same result as before. I later swapped all of them back to OEM with the same outcome. But I confess that I only did the light/regular nozzle clean after swapping back and not the deeper one. I do will investigate more on the subject and try to find a better result with the new inks, but first I will need to reverse it to the original results.
On the bright side... My hands are really colorful today. Hahaha