Without CMYK, Even Your Dream Will Be Monochrome!

Can you imagine dreaming in black and white? It is believed by some experts that if you are over 55 and were brought up watching black and white (monochrome) TV then you may have dreamed in black and white and still are.

You can imagine how life would be like without colour, simply dull! Luckily we are aware of what colour is. But are you aware of the CMYK colour model which consists of four colours – Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Key (Black). This colour model is used in colour printing process to give you the desired colours you require. Each of the colour mixes together on a white paper to portray the desired colour on the printed paper.

Colour is very important in our every day life, whether we use it for printing or filling up or re-manufactured ink cartridges, we need the colours to visually see everything in a different perspective.

All printers, whether it’s a HP, OKI, Dell or Brother Printer uses the CMYK colour model for their ink cartridges. However depending on what type of printing machine you use, some top end printers like the Canon Pro 9500 Pixma Printer supports the use of inks that are specially formulated for printing photographs. And these inks are labelled as Photo Black, Matte Black, Photo Cyan etc. Even though it is better to have a separate ink cartridges for each of the colours e.g. a separate cartridge for black and separate for magenta and so on, it is common to buy a single cartridge that contains the 3 colour mixtures CMY and these ink cartridges are referred to as Tri-colour (3 Colours – CMY).


Why is colour important for everyday life?

Colour is what makes any texts really stand out and differentiate from others. What makes a good website is the theme of the colour being used and how it makes the website engaging as well as trustworthy. Colour in logos brings out brand awareness and establishes your logo so that people become familiar with them. Only seeing a monochrome logo or website can be daunting and not very interesting.

But it’s not just about the visuals. Colours can also affect your other senses and play with your emotions. In school days you probably have learnt that Red is described as anger or alarming colour, Blue is portrayed as cold etc. Even in road traffic signs you will see the type of colours used to warn pedestrians and drivers e.g. red means stop and green means go.

There are so many psychological meaning behind colours and well known brands have picked up on this and started incorporating this finding into their brand logos. This useful image below tells us the meaning behind colour and the brands that are using these colours.

Here is a nice chart for CMYK colours and what they can mean;

Cyan- emotionally Cyan colour can refer to relaxation, calmness, and loneliness.

Magenta- psychologically Magenta colour can show emotions of love, romance, fighting, blood, and royalty.

Yellow- this Yellow colour portrays lively, energetic, happiness, excitement, flowers, and summer.

Black- the Black colour is synonyms to wealth, power, sadness, depression, fear, death, and mourning.

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So next time when your printing your artwork from your Canon or Epson printer you might want to rethink before you print about the type of colours you have used and change it since you will have a better understanding of what they mean.

Remember: Need Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black Ink or Toner for your Printer – Think InkNTonerUK

Yours sincerely;


Toni B

Ink Facts That You Didn’t Know About!

When we talk about Ink everyone assumes of the kind of ink that we use on a daily basis like, printer inks (the refilling of ink in a toner or ink cartridge) or ink in a fountain pen. Ink is probably one of those things that we use on a daily basis but the importance of ink is very high as it was the only medium that was used to communicate ideas throughout history before the digital technology. Ink has evolved drastically from the ancient inks that were produced from burnt bones and plant dyes to the present day where inks are obtained from natural plants, minerals or manufactured from chemicals to produce a dye or pigment that gives the inks its colour. Today, scientists are even bringing out 3D Printer ‘ink’ that will change everything completely as 3D printing is the next big invention.

Here are some ink facts that you most probably didn’t know about or are unaware of:

1. Be a Secret Agent by Making Invisible Inks from Lemon Juice

You probably have done experiment of this in your science lab classes by using a lemon juice to create invisible ink. If you haven’t, try this at home and you can create your own invisible ink that only costs you a lemon.

Step 1: Take a lemon juice and squeeze into a bowl
Step 2: Add a little bit of water in to the bowl
Step 3: Use a cotton bud to dip into the mixture and write on a plain piece of paper
Step 4: Wait for the juice to completely dry (so it becomes invisible) and then hold it up to a light bulb and you can read your secret message

In 1995, a man tried to rob a bank by covering his face with lemon juice thinking that it will work the same way as the lemon juice experiment on paper and make him invisible from the security cameras. FAIL!!

2. The So Called Green Incredible Hulk was actually Grey

The famous Incredible Hulk from the comic book was actually portrayed as a tombstone grey rather the green. Stan Lee, the creator of the Incredible Hulk and many other superheroes wanted the Incredible Hulk to be grey so that it is not associated with any race. Because grey is not very consistent in printing and was hard to maintain in printing, the hulk had a different shades of grey when printing; sometimes light grey or dark grey. It was later on that the Hulk was changed to green as the green ink colour could be more carefully controlled in printing therefore was consistent throughout the comic books.

3. Real Ashes in a Comic Book

As you know inks were originated from burnt bones and ashes. But now this method of making ink has been discontinued. If you ever owed a comic book called Squadron Supreme by Marvel Comics you could be one of the lucky (or unlucky) ones that may have held ashes of Mark Grunewald who is known for popular titles such as The Avengers, Captain America, and Thor. Before Mark passed away, one of his wishes was that once cremated he wishes his ashes were mixed into the inks of a comic book and this wish was fulfilled.

4. Termites. Love it or Hate it

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Termites are probably one of the worst insects I can think off. If you have an infestation of termites you are probably under a lot of stress as they eat away wood at people homes costing billions of money in property damage around the whole world each year. Now it’s time for payback and time to bring out the termites from hiding. Termites leaves a trail just like Hansel and Gretel with breadcrumbs to their food source. Termites excrete a trail of pheromones so that they can find their food later. This useful information has been used by many pest controllers to find termites by using ink from any ballpoint pen to mimic the effect of pheromones as ink contains these kind of substance that will make the termites believe it’s their trail.

If you want to have fun with termites you can gather a handful of termites and put then a piece of paper. Use a ballpoint to draw a design and watch how the termites follow the trail believing that they are following their own trail to their food source. Be control of them and don’t let them eat away your woods.

Now you know there are some interesting facts about inks and how useful inks can be. If you prefer just some normal printer inks and not invisible lemon ink, the incredible hulk ink, ink made from ashes or termite trailing ink, then visit inkntoneruk. Here at inkntoneruk you find the number one source to find inks in ink cartridges or toner cartridges for your printer. You can choose from refilling by sending us your empty cartridges so we can refill them for you, or if not we can offer you compatibles that come in budget or premium prices. If you prefer original OEMs of ink and toner cartridges we do them as well. We promise we don’t use inks made from ashes, like how Mark Grunewald did!

Useful things you didn’t know you can Print

Did you know that there is more to Printing, than just printing Photos on paper? With a printer you can print so many useful and wacky things. The obvious things that many people might print are birthday cards, greeting cards, photo albums and other ordinary everyday documents. These are all the usual everyday printing that you might print using your ink or toner cartridges from your printer. Here I have compiled the ultimate guide of printing useful or even wacky stuff that you never thought of printing. And we are not talking about using an expensive printer or a 3D printer to print these, all you need is a standard home printer such as the Epson XP-312 Printer and you can print these out.

We would advice that you try and use the compatible ink cartridges to print these out, as you don’t really want to be using the original manufacturers to print them out as you don’t require HD quality photos. The compatible (whether you use budget or premium) will work absolutely fine and are 100% guaranteed to work with your printer. Visit inkntoneruk who are the expert for finding the perfect compatible cartridges for your printer.

Click on the links to visit the websites and they will provide you with a guide of printing these amazing things.

Free Maze generator- Print out some maze activities for your kids to play and enjoy when they are bored by using this useful fully customizable maze generator website.

Printable Gift Boxes- For crafty folks that enjoy making things, you can use your printer to print out these beautiful gift boxes that comes in many styles and shapes.

Printable Paper CD Cases- Now you don’t have to go out and buy CD Jewel cases, when you can use your printer to print paper CD cases which only requires folding and you are ready to go. Print as many as you want for your CDs.

Print and Make your own Free Antenna– On a budget? You can make your own printable wi-fi antenna. If you can get it working you are a genius!

A printable decimetre box- Having difficulties with understanding millimetres and centimetres and don’t know how big they. Here you can print out and cut and fold to make your own 10 centimetre box that will help you with that.

Print your own Toys- If you are big fan of building models or you want a some fun kid activity ideas, you can print out these fantastic paper toys of buildings, cars and other interesting things.

Get your thinking cap on and let us know if you know of any other crazy or useful things that you can print by commenting on our twitter, facebook or google+ pages. We hope you enjoyed printing these useful things because we at inkntoneruk think they are great. Need Ink or Toner to print these amazing items, visit www.inkntoneruk.co.uk now, the number one online retailer for consumable cartridges.

Yours sincerely;


Toni B

Print Origami Designs

Origami is the Japanese art of folding a piece paper into shapes and objects to create a beautiful design. If you are a fan of origami and would like to create a beautiful artwork, have a look at the video below to make an origami sea turtle. It is a pretty easy origami to make so it’s perfect for new beginners.

All you simply need to do is choose a turtle design and print it using your printer. There are different variants of designs and fun colours to print. There is a small dotted grey outline to cut out from the printed paper to make it into a square design. Follow the instructions in the video to fold the sea turtle. You can print as many as you like and have a collection of those turtles sitting around in your home.

Some useful tips when printing the turtle designs;

You can use any paper and any printer of your choice to print this. We would advise you to not to use special photo paper with a thicker gsm as it may be harder to fold and also you don’t want to use them papers up when you can be using them for other high quality photos like family pictures.

Use an inkjet or laser printer to print the designs. It’s entirely up to you to choose what printer to use to print the designs. If you want to print the designs in really high quality, then use an inkjet printer, for normal decent quality a laser printer will do the job well.

Whether you have a printer that takes ink cartridges or a printer that takes toner cartridges, choose the right type of consumable supplies for your printer to print the designs. If high quality printing is a high priority then use the original manufacturer cartridges to print the designs. If you prefer to save cost then choose the premium compatible ink/toner cartridges for your printer which gives you almost the same quality as the original branded cartridges. For those that high quality does not matter, and wants to save on ink, choose the budget compatible ink or toner cartridges. All the different type of cartridges will give you the end results but quality will slightly vary. Visit our website inkntoneruk.co.uk for more information on compatible cartridges for your printer and you will see how much you will be saving.

If you want more origami to make and to print new designs visit happypuppytruffles
Many thanks to heather lynne shida for the designs.

We hope you enjoy having fun making these turtles and let us know how you get on by commenting on our twitter, facebook or google+ pages.


Yours sincerely;


Toni B

Would you like a Pocket Printer? A Kickstarter Project

Pocket Printer

Would you like to own a pocket printer that fits comfortably in your pockets and you can carry it around with you anywhere in the world just like you carry your Smart Phone with you? Well you only have to wait until next year for the new release of the Pocket Printer into the printing industry market.

Zuta Labs (an Israeli start-up company) plans to release this new pocket printer early part of next year. This unique and innovative printer can fit snugly into anyone’s pocket and works with all different sizes of paper. This is because the robot (i.e. the printer) will move around a page while printing ink as it goes on to the paper. The team behind this pocket printer reports that the printer would be 11.5cm wide, 10cm high and weigh only 300grams. This printer would be ideal for anyone who is looking to print urgently, maybe on one or two pages on the go. For example it is perfect for printing a small contract, memos, notes, and electronic tickets for flights or train. You can already see the huge benefits this printer can provide.

Having raised over £260,000 of funding for this project, the company behind this pocket printer has given the thumbs up to proceed with it.

How does it work?

Click Here to Watch the Video

Pocket Printer Mechanism

So you know that the device moves around a page and prints on to it as it goes. Simple. But how does it work. This compact pocket printer is fitted with an ink cartridge to a small robot inside the outer shell that crawls over a paper to portray the written texts, unlike a traditional printer that feeds paper through the printer.

At the base of the pocket printer there are a number of wheels that turns and drives in different directions so that the texts can be printed on to the paper in different lines. Even though the current prototype requires a wired connection in order to work, the team behind this innovative product states that the final product will be controlled by a computer or Smart Phone via the use of Bluetooth technology.

The printer is likely to cost around £140 when it goes on sale to the public in 2015.


Pocket Printer Inside

Even though it is only a prototype the portable printer has a very slow speed, and is no way as fast as an inkjet printer or even a laser printer. It is reported that the current prototype by Zuta Labs can only print approximately one page per minute. Now compare this to for example the Samsung SCX-6322DN Colour Multifunction Printer that can print up to 22 pages per minute.

Other downsides of this current prototype are; it can only print in greyscale and has lower resolution than traditional inkjet printers. Therefore the quality of the output won’t be clear and sharp like the normal standard printers. The current prototype uses an old HP Black Ink Cartridge; therefore it can be justified why the quality is poor as the pocket printer is not yet suitable to be used with the new, smart, and smaller cartridges.

Although these are just initial prototypes we at inkntoneruk believe that the engineers at Zuta Labs will be able to produce pocket printers that give out higher resolutions and prints quickly too.


Pocket Printer Zuta

If this pocket printer becomes a success, the team at Zuta Labs plans to launch a colour version of this printer that can print pictures and even print on different surfaces such as clothing, walls and tiles. However those would require a special type of ink to produce outputs on to those surfaces.

We at inkntoneruk are very excited over the whole idea of how this pocket printer works because when you can control a robot like this one with a smart phone to do a task for you, imagine the possibilities that it opens.

We can assume that the pocket printer will be supported by major printer brands such as Epson, Canon, HP, and Samsung, therefore they might initially only take OEM’s cartridges to start off with. It won’t be long before when we start supplying premium ink cartridges and budget ink cartridges for the new pocket printers. We might also be able to refill the ink cartridge that goes inside the pocket printers.

Look out for the pocket printers when they launch in 2015 and don’t forget to check out inkntoneruk to see if we offer the original, budget, and premium compatible ink cartridges for your pocket printer.

Feel free to comment on our twitter, facebook or google+ pages and get the word out of this new technology.

Yours sincerely;


Toni B

The ONLY Travel Good you need on your Holiday

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At inkntoneruk we hope that you have had a fantastic Easter Break or even a long Weekend away. Whether you stayed at Home, or went away in the UK or even swimming in the Bahamas, we hope you really enjoyed a decent Break from your work life or taking the stress out from other issues in your life.

I am writing this post today because I realised when going away to travel on your holiday, the question that popped in my head a few times was; what is the best type of travel good should you take with you. While I was packing away for my long weekend to go abroad I was struggling to decide if I should take all my devices with me such as a camera, iPad, Smart Phone and also my Mac book. Having considering the advantages and disadvantages of each device, I realised that you have to consider loads of factors and issues in arising of what or how much stuff you can take with you abroad. For example you should avoid taking expensive equipments with you on a holiday and also consider how much you take with you as you will need to consider the luggage requirement sizes. The golden rule is to not to take something with you if you don’t use it at all.

From my conclusion I only decided to take my iPhone with me abroad. And to be honest that is the only gadget you need (and don’t forget to take your charger and even better a spare battery pack for your iPhone). Leave behind those unnecessary things or expensive items that you think you will need on your travel but in fact when you’re enjoying the sunshine in the holiday resort, you would wish that you didn’t bring that expensive item e.g. a DSLR Camera with you on your holiday. Because one, you didn’t really make use of it and two, you are always having to keep an eye on it because you don’t want to lose it or damage it.

holiday gadgets

Here is a list of a few technological items that you should avoid taking with you on your next holiday that you travel to:

• A Tablet. Samsung Galaxy Tablet, iPad, Microsoft Surface Tablet or Blackberry Playbook – you may use it to take photos, browse the internet, social media, and gather your photos so that it is ready for print. Tablets are expensive and it’s your own personal device that the thought of losing it or being stolen sends shivers down your spine.

• A Camera. Digital Camera, Camcorder, Instant Camera, DSLR Camera – To take pictures. Instant cameras don’t require any ink cartridges however they do require film packs. Cameras can get damaged and it’s just an excess item that you always have to carry around with you.

• A Laptop – to manage your holiday photos. It’s too risky to take a Netbook or laptop as it is bulky and expensive therefore there is a high risk of it being stolen.

• A Portable Printer – this device will require ink or toner cartridges in order for it to print out documents or photos. Again taking a printer with you (well a portable one), you have to decide if it is necessary to take one. Can you not wait till you’re at home to print your files or if needs must find a local shop on your holiday that accommodates for in-house printing and you can simply print from your mobile device rather than carrying a printer with you.

At inkntoneruk, our advice would be that the only technological item that you should take with you is your Smart Phone. A Smart Phone such as a Samsung Galaxy S5, iPhone 5s or Sony Xperia Z1. This mobile device can meet the requirements of the above technologies (well apart from the portable printer that lets you print out physical hard copies of documents). The Smart Phone will be able to let you take photos, stay in touch with social media, manage your photography into albums so that it is ready for print when you come back home.

With useful features such as Apple AirPrint on your Apple iPhone 5s that lets you automatically connect to your printer and NFC functionalities that lets you print just by tapping your Samsung Galaxy S5 to your printer, printing your holiday photos has never been easier before. But don’t forget for those ‘special capabilities’ you will require a printer that includes these features. Samsung has launched the Samsung Xpress C460 and 410 Series of printers that are NFC enabled. The HP Photosmart 6520 e-All-in-One Printer features Apple AirPrint as well as other mobile printing capabilities such as HP ePrint and HP wireless direct printing.

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So it’s been finalised that the only travel good you need on a holiday is your Smart Phone e.g. an iPhone 5s (or you can wait till the iPhone 6 releases as there might be advanced technologies on the iPhone 6 to make taking photos even better or adding other printing capabilities).

We hope this article has been useful to you and we would appreciate anything else you would like to add by commenting below or on a twitter, facebook or google+ pages.

Yours sincerely;


Toni B

Easter Egg Hunt Clue Cards

Have fun this Easter with our easy to do printable Easter card sets. As a family, this egg hunt is a brilliant idea for your children to participate in and have fun this Easter. See below some Easter Egg Hunt Clue Cards that have been designed to print out using your lovely printer whether you got an Epson, Canon, Brother, Dell, HP or Lexmark Printer.

Remember you don’t have to use the original ink cartridges from your inkjet printer to print these. As the cards will be disposable and one time use, to save money and for those in a tight-budget you can use our budget compatibles or premium compatible ink cartridges to print your Easter card sets. Even better if you didn’t know, you can send your empty ink cartridges to us using our Freepost and we will fill them up for you (this is the cheapest option to get printing those cards).

Once you have printed the 3 cards out, simply write a clue of the places where you have hid the eggs. Make sure to scatter the eggs everywhere around your home.

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Cyan Easter Egg Hunt Card (click to enlarge + print)

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Magenta Easter Egg Hunt Card (click to enlarge + print)

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Yellow Easter Egg Hunt Card (click to enlarge + print)

When the egg hunt is over, give out prizes for the achievements; you can give out prizes for the following:

1. Getting a specific colour e.g. the prizes varies depending on who got the most (blue) cyan, (red) magenta or yellow eggs.
2. Getting a specific size. Smaller eggs are harder to find so the prizes will be better for them.
3. Who collected the most eggs? Quantity also matters so the winner will be who got the most eggs.

Here’s an idea what you can write on the Egg Hunt Clue Cards;

CLUE: With 3 colours I can make you a rainbow, anything you want I can give it to you…

ANSWER: A Printer.

The 3 colours refer to the tri-colour inks used in colour printers i.e. Cyan, Magenta and Rainbow which can be used to produce a printed colourful rainbow. ‘The anything you want bit’ means that if you want anything e.g. a luxury car or the Taj Mahal the printer can give it to you (well a printed version of it).

Great Hiding Place: Now you can hide the mini eggs inside of the printer, by simply opening the printer and putting it inside the printer. Or you can also hide it in the paper tray or other convenient place of the printer. Remember to turn your printer of whilst doing this as you don’t want the printer to start turning on while the eggs inside….that could get messy!

All the best, and have a lovely Easter scavenger hunt with your family and friends;


Toni B

Print your own Amazing T-Rex illusion!

Want to get really creative? Amaze your friends, colleagues, and family members with this T-Rex illusion. Print off the T-Rex image and follow the instructions to start making it to create a T-Rex that will always follow you around. ROAAAARRR!!!! Jurassic Park is back! Watch the video to find out more before your print it.

What consumable supplies and stationary you need to make this T-Rex illusion:

1. A Printer (Epson printer, Samsung printer, HP printer, Lexmark printer, Canon printer, Dell printer etc)
2. Ink Cartridges for your printer (you can use our compatible ink cartridges to print the T-Rex if you want to save ink and money, rather than printing from the original cartridges)
3. 1 x Plain Paper
4. 1 x Scissor
5. 1 x Cello-tape or Glue

To create this T-Rex illusion, all you need to do is simply print any of the designs (at the bottom of this page), cut it out and stick it together. Leave it standing on a table and when you move around, the T-Rex’s head seems to follow you around the room (just stare at the T-Rex’s eye and you will see the illusion). If you can’t see it moving just close one eye and move back and forth and you will see the result. This effect is amazing and one of the coolest illusions ever.

Once you start printing it and making it, you can start experimenting with different designs and larger sizes e.g. A3 or go over the top and print a human sized one (like the one in the above video). If you want to print a large one you will need a special large format printer in order to do this such as the Epson SureColor SC-S30600 Printer. ALL ink cartridges for your printers can be found by visiting inkntoneruk. You can also make and design you own creature. Take a look at the images below:

optical illusions

We tried this on April Fool’s Day and put a few Dinosaurs in the shop and warehouse to scare people. It worked a treat and thought we’ll share it with our news readers.

Here are few different designs that you can print (Start off with the T-Rex design as this is the simplest one, then you can try on the others). Just click on the image to enlarge it and print from your printer and get creative!!! You can print it in colour, using a colour printer to give more depth on the dragon. Use the comment section below to let us know how well you get on.

If you need ink or toner cartridges for your printer to print this T-Rex illusion visit inkntoneruk.co.uk to find a wide variety of choices for your printer, such as budget ink cartridges, premium compatible ink cartridges and original ink cartridges. You can also send us your empty cartridges via Freepost and we will refill your empty cartridges for you.

Thanks goes to: Magician Jerry Andrus who created the dragon illusion

DOWNLOAD LINKS: (click image to enlarge, then right click and use the ‘Save image as…’ to save it and print it)

T-Rex green

Thanks to brusspup (Youtube channel)

t-rex red

Thanks to brusspup (Youtube Channel)

T-rex blue

Thanks to brusspup (Youtube Channel)


Thanks goes to http://www.moillusions.com

cat illusions

Thanks goes to http://followingillusions.weebly.com/

more dragon

Sincerely Yours


Toni B


A Quick Guide on Epson Printers

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Epson, the proud official sponsor of Manchester United is a global imaging brand leader that is dedicated to bringing the best printing to your home or office environment using the latest high-precision technologies.

When it comes down to choosing the right type of Epson printer for you, have a look at the list of the main printer ranges from Epson;

Epson Stylus Printer Range

The Epson Stylus printers come in a massive range that is aimed for all type of consumers. The Epson Stylus range is broken down into several categories so that it is easier for individuals to identify which one is the right choice for them e.g. Epson Stylus Colour, Epson Stylus Office, Epson Stylus Photo and Epson Stylus Pro. So if you’re a normal average photo user or a professional photographer, or need a normal multi-purpose office printer the Epson Stylus range will have it all as each machines are designed for a specific purpose.

Also note that certain prefixes and suffixes are added to the end of the model numbers on the Epson Stylus printers to give consumers more details on the functionality of the printer. These includes;

‘X’ – means it’s an All-In-One printer
‘S’ – means the printer is a general-use purpose printer
‘P’ – The ‘P’ stands for photo-friendly printer
‘B’ – The ‘B’ in the suffix stands for business printer
‘F’ – always means that the Printer features faxing capabilities
‘W’ – means that the printer comes with Wi-Fi connectivity
‘D’ – stands for duplex printers that let you print on both sides of a paper

Popular Epson Stylus printers includes;
Epson Stylus Photo 1500W Printer
Epson Stylus Office BX625FWD Printer
Epson Stylus Pro 9500 Printer


Epson Expression Printer Range

The Epson Expression printer ranges are designed for home users who crave for a multifunctional printer in their home environment. For those who want matching features of a business printer, the Epson Expression printer range can offer you that as most Epson Expression printer range comes with print, copy, scan and connectivity to Wi-Fi features.

Have a look at the Epson expression printers that delivers high-quality, glossy photos and crisp, clear text when using the original ink cartridges with your all-in-one Epson expression printer:

Epson Expression Home XP-405 Printer
Epson Expression Premium XP-510 Printer
Epson Expression Photo XP-950 Printer


Epson Workforce Printer Range

The Epson Workforce printer ranges are business printers that are solely aimed for business and organisation use, as the name ‘workforce’ suggests this. With the mid to top-end Epson workforce printers you can successfully run your business at full speed and increase your workforce productivity with the compelling features that comes with the workforce range.

Take a peek at the latest inline Epson Workforce Pro business inkjet printers that came new into the market. The below Workforce Pro printers are speedy, all-in-one printers with high performance, built to meet any business needs:

Epson Workforce Pro WF-4630DWF Printer
Epson Workforce Pro WF-4640DTWF Printer
Epson Workforce Pro WF-5110DW Printer
Epson Workforce Pro WF-5190DW Printer
Epson Workforce Pro WF-5620DWF Printer
Epson Workforce Pro WF-5690DWF Printer


In terms of the cartridges the Epson Workforce Pro printers take, the above printers take the Epson Tower of Pisa Inks which features Epson’s best DURABrite Ultra Ink that gives you special ink for first-class results. The above WF-4630DWF and WF-4640DTWF models take the Epson 79 Standard Capacity and Epson 79XL High Capacity ink cartridges for black, cyan, magenta, and yellow colours. Whilst the Epson Workforce Pro WF-5XXXX models take the same ink cartridges as above, as well as the XXL Extra High Capacity versions for all the colours.

All the original OEM printing supplies for the above ink cartridges for the Epson Workforce Pro Printer can be found at a great price by clicking on this link: inkntoneruk.co.uk

At inkntoneruk we are committed to providing the perfect online shopping experience; with the easy to use quick finder; an extensive range of cartridges all available from stock at special discounted prices including free delivery and a rewards program designed to save money on every purchase you make with us.

Sincerely Yours


Toni B


Top 5 Tips on Printing Great Photos

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Use Compatible Cartridges for normal everyday use.

Many businesses and individuals use original ink and toner cartridges for normal printing use e.g. printing business related documents such as invoices and receipts. If you are a business that prints those types of outputs then re-manufactured compatible toner cartridges are the ideal choice for you, as high definition quality won’t matter to you but saving money will. For everyday home use printing choose our refills or budget compatible ink cartridges that have been specifically designed to save a lot of money as they will do the job perfectly for you. Not a lot of in-house printing requires high definition printing quality and so it is worth trying out our cheap but decent quality compatible ink and toner cartridges. However, if you want to produce top-notch quality photographs, then the OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturer) cartridges is the recommended choice. So remember to save cost:

1. Choose compatible ink/toner cartridges for everyday printing
2. Choose original ink/toner cartridges for high definition photo printing

Here are the top tips to consider when printing photographs from using the original manufactured cartridges.

1. Use an inkjet printer preferably a photo inkjet printer. Using an inkjet printer rather than a laser printer is a logical choice. Inkjet photo printers will cost much less than laser printers and will produce the same outcome. Remember what you pay for is what you get, so choose a high spec inkjet printer that can produce high quality photo images. For the best possible results look out for a high performing inkjet printers that features a 48-bit colour support and an optical scan resolution of at least 2,400 dots-per-inch (dpi). A dedicated photo printer will already be optimised to print photographs and will produce better quality photos compared to all-in-one devices. At inkntoneruk we can recommend the following inkjet printers to choose from: Canon MX870 Pixma Printer, Canon MG6220 Printer, Epson Stylus Photo R2000 Printer, HP Envy 4500 e-AiO Printer.

laser vs inkjet photo

2. Take High Definition photos with a decent camera. Always print from the original image (this should usually have a high resolution of between 2,400 to 4,800 dpi and should be more than 1mb in file size). This ensures that your photos come out more crisp and clear and not blurry. You can always tweak your digital camera or photo device to increase the resolution settings.

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3. Ensure that the up-keeping and maintenance of your photo printer is met. Always take care of your printer as instructed in the user guides. This includes cleaning the head unit and printer alignment. Things like blocked nozzles and clogged printer heads can compromise on print quality. Also turning of the printer when it’s not in use eliminates exposure to dust particles on the printer heads. Exposure to dust particles can significantly reduce the quality of the printed photos. Remember do not upgrade your printing software and agree on printer updates as they have NO relation to the quality of the prints. If you update your firmware then the compatible ink or toner cartridges may not work with your device. More can be read on this topic by click here.

printer maintenance

4. Adjust the printer settings through the application that you use to optimum settings for print quality. Software plays a big part on photo quality. There are many changes you can do to optimise your photos before you print. Use the advanced settings on the application settings for your printer to adjust things like print speed to maximum available quality, choose the right type of paper size you want to print in, adjust the resolution settings on the printer to the highest possible dpi and adjust the print settings to determine the quality you need.

printer settings

5. Find the right type of consumable supplies you need. For high quality photo printing, choose the original manufacturer supplies. You can choose the original high capacity ink and toner cartridges to print your photos with which is better value for money that gives you much more yield than buying the standard versions. Purchase the right type of original photo paper that you require for optimum results. For true-photo quality images you can choose from Matte Photo Paper, High-Gloss Photo Paper and Resin-Coated Photo Paper depending on the type of photo look that you would like to produce. Likewise with ink cartridges it is important that you choose the right type of ink for the photos that you need. The common types of inks are dye-based and pigment-based inks. It is important that you are aware of the differences. Dye-based inks produce prints with vibrant colours but they can be slow to dry and sometimes the images can become blurry. On the other hand pigment based inks have a much quicker drying time, which results in prints with clearer images. There are also waterproof, pigment-based inks available that are used for photo printing and come in individual Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black cartridges that work together to print photographs.

oem cartridges and paper

Take care when printing photos so that when you print the first time you get it right and exactly how you want it. To ensure that you buy the right ink cartridges and photo paper, and in turn get a great deal out of it choose inkntoneruk who will help you to find the right type of consumable supplies you need to start printing photos from the comfort of your home with the best possible results possible. When you go to buy cartridges, make sure you don’t pay too much for them. Don’t pay high prices by buying the original cartridges directly from the manufacturer or high street retailers, we promise that you will get the exact same original cartridges from us at a significantly low price. Need ink or toner cartridges for photo printing, choose inkntoneruk.

Sincerely Yours


Toni B