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Unfortunately, Most alternate methods of refilling that have been supplied on this list have been subject to the following limitations: 1. They do not offer a commercial marketable alternative. They require parts or components which are difficult to supply in the quantities needed for small enduser kit. 2.They require adaptions or modifications which would make it difficult for the average use to provide consistent and easy to use refills. 3. The methods described are overly complicated as their already exist refill methods that are simpler, more efficient and easier to understand. 4. The gas up method you described has been tried previously and while it will work with a new cartridge or a relatively fresh one, It was demonstarted inconsistent refills on cartridges with an "in use life" beyond 2 months. This method was also much slower than vacuum methods. The method I described in my last post under this subject, is more efficient and most importantly less expensive than most refill methods I have seen described here. It is very easy to use without exstensive modifcations or special equipment. All the parts described are available on the web through various companies. I'm not arguing that the refill methods other people have described don't work. Given enough time and effort just about any refill method will work. I'm just stating from a business standpoint that most were not marketable ideas "as is". Sincerely, John Mills ( email@example.com ) WE INK http://www.weink.com/ * comp.periphs.printers FAQ * http://www.weink.com/cpp/ -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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