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Toner refilling in izmir [Turkey] has several ways but the best one is we are ! :
In general, DIY refilling requires opening the cartridge (which was designed to prevent such activity), refilling the toner and capping the opening that was made to gain access. Some cartridges can be disassembled (carefully, lest you dump the toner contents all over yourself). Others require a hole to be drilled; vendors sell a soldering-iron-based device that melts a ~15 mm hole in the plastic housing which is later closed with a plastic cap, or tape.
There are only a couple of critical things to be aware of, all cartridge is not the same formula (it's not just a matter of quality), and in some cases there may be separate additions of toner and "developer". Most kits sold by refill outfits include instructions for the particular type of printer or copier.
The following most basic types of refill toner (differing mainly in particle size and fusing temperature) have been identified by one vendor while other refill vendors insist that each printer or copier model requires a unique type.
All Toner types should not be mixed as the cartridge and the laser printer may be damaged.
The best Refilling cartridges either by the end user, or as a service, is claimed by most printer manufacturers and toner remanufacturers to be harmful to both the quality and most reliability of the prints, the cartridge as well as the life of the printers.
The quality of third party toners can vary immensely, and it is important that the toner is correctly specified for the machine make and model. Common problems may include: Insufficient lubricant in the toner, leading to drum, developer unit or cleaning blade damage. Wrong melting point, leading to fouling in the fusing unit, print rubbing off, etc. Wrong electrostatic properties or particle size, leading to a dirty machine and poor quality print. most Large amounts of loose toner in the machine can also cause fouling and damage to the mechanisms, and air filters can become clogged, that causing overheating.
Also, it has yet to be evaluated if the percentage of defective original cartridges does not exceed the percentage of defective refilled cartridges. That is to say, any defective performance, between new or refilled cartridges may be the same since all of they use the same originally manufactured cartridge.
Also Toner powder can be harmful if inhaled, leading to some safety risks when refilling laser toner cartridges.
Lasertoner powder is not toxic but does need to be handled with care. Health and safety regulations must be considered when handling, transporting and storing toner powders.
Gloves should be worn when handling toner as well as a protective dust mask to prevent inhalation. Spilled toner should not be cleaned with a standard vacuum cleaner as it can become electrically charged and ignite a fire, and is so fine that it passes through most of filters and can escape into the room or the vacuum and cleaner motor.