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> Good idea, if someone has such a contact. However, they have the > advantage of assembling the cartridge when it is empty, and they > get to put the sponge and the ink in themselves, in any order that > suits them. The knowledge is not necessarily going to help the rest > of us (but I for one would still like to know.) I can't tell how epson fill it but i know a third-party vendor who manufacture Epson cartridges in Canada. They buy large quantity of assembled empty cartridges. Similar to the empty cartridges available from a few internet reseller. The put the cartridges on a special machine. The machine does the vaccum from the hole on the top of the cartridge. Then it inject a specific amont of ink. Such machine is available to anyone, a company in TX if a remember manufacture such a machine call the Ultra-Fill 950 or 300. Cost is arround 10,000$US Mark Gauthier. - Please turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for instructions.
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