We are an Inkjet and Toner Specialty Store stock wide range of remanufactured, compatible and OEM Inkjet and Toner Cartridges by all popular makes and models of HP, Epson, Brother, Samsung, Canon, Kodak and many more. We also carry an excellent selection of refills that are suitable for use with many different machines.
OEM OR Remanufactured??
Our objective at The Ink Factory is to provide Original as well as Remanufacturedcartridges both to the customer because our association as registered partner of HP, Epson, Canon, Brother with a guarantee that our OEM product from the local facility of respective vendors and 100% Genuine.
Quality and Value for Money
Many companies in Ontario choose to deal with us because we have the best selection of cartridges from leading manufacturers. However, this is not the only reason to buy from us. Our commitment to keeping our prices highly competitive across our entire range means that you can rely on us to supply attractively priced printer consumables both now and in the future. We value your custom and will do everything we can to make sure that you receive value for money on every single order that you place with us.
"Quality and Value for Money"
Here’s our quick lesson on which type of ink or toner will be best for your business.
Most families and small businesses start color printing with an inkjet printer. This type of printer is usually the cheapest to buy and is good if you produce low volumes of printing e.g.: Letters, small documents etc. Ink cartridges usually contain a few milliliters of ink and appear to run out very quickly, especially if you’re printing multiple fliers, images or long reports.
When you buy your inkjet printer, the supplier generally includes half-filled, or low-yield, cartridges. With many printers it’s possible to purchase high-yield cartridges (or ink tanks). These high-yield cartridges are always more economical, as the low-yields are usually half the capacity but much more than half the price. Many large stationery suppliers don’t stock high-yield cartridges. Why would they when low-yield cartridges mean you come back more often and pay more for your cartridges?
If you rarely print, low-yield cartridges might be a better option and can save you money. The Cartridge Family can help you find the right cartridge for your needs.
Inkjet printer manufacturers often change the design or capacity of cartridges when they introduce new models. Finding the right cartridge for your inkjet printer can sometimes be confusing. Speak to The Cartridge Family and we’ll look after you.
If your print output includes high volumes of letters, invoices, fliers, then it maybe more economical to purchase a laser printer:
Laser printers use a dry substance called toner, and the cartridges that hold toner are much larger than inkjet cartridges and tanks.
Toner is unique to each printer. To ensure that toners are not mixed up, toner cartridges are shaped differently. A manufacturer will sometimes create a number of printers in a range that use the same cartridge, but a new range will usually mean a new type of cartridge. This can cause confusion when your company grows and decides to add new laser printers to their office.
When you buy your laser printer, the supplier generally includes half-filled, or low-yield, cartridges. With many printers it’s possible to purchase high-yield cartridges (or ink tanks). These high-yield cartridges are always more economical, as the low-yields are usually half the capacity but much more than half the price. Many of the large stationery suppliers don’t stock high-yield cartridges. Why would they when low-yield cartridges mean you come back more often and pay more for your cartridges?