Asked by ethan02 7 years ago
And it says disappearing ink on the label and the tip of it has some foam on it to write with but when I put it on paper it goes on clear and leaves clear.It is a bottle with a foam covered tip. I was trying to find any way to get the ink back but there was no instructions for it and no name.
Asked by dombeef 8 years ago
Asked by ke85974 2 years ago
Checks require "micr" ink to be read by buisness check readers. there has to be a way to make it for almost nothing
Asked by norcalkracker 7 years ago
I saw the answer somewhere and can't find it again, so far I think there was some connections on the cartrage that could be shorted ,Anyone know how? disabledan firstname.lastname@example.org
Asked by disabledan 8 years ago
I need a real good recipe for Black computer printer ink! Has anyone tried this that has proven results?Cartridges 2 $$
I Need an inexpensive recipe for Black computer printer ink cartridges! The printers I have are costing too much $$$$ and they dry up too. I have refilled some and it works, but the little bottles cost too much. I would like to make my own ink. It has to be able to dry fast and be lasting and clear. Any ideas?
Asked by triumphman 9 years ago
From Juxtapoz Magazine: All you wanted to do was have a smooth commute this morning but of course it takes you an addition two hours because of an overturned tracker-trailer, what a way to start the day right? Well this morning outside of Boston, we can imagine commuters were rubber-necking more than usual as they got to see one hell of a sight . . . 160,000 pounds of industrial printer ink splattered over a 500 foot stretch of road… I'm not sure it's actually 160,000 lbs of ink, since that's over 72 tonnes. Let's call it 16,000 lbs, that works out as over $10,000,000 worth of colourful drain flush. I wonder if the driver still has a job?
Posted by Kiteman 6 years ago
Can I refill my light magenta with regular magenta?My printer won't print in black unless I all the colors are in/ full?
How do I refill my ink cartridge?
How to remove & replace ink roller in Sharp EL1197S desk calculator
Asked by Julia Anne 8 years ago
How can i make invisible ink which is visible under UV light?
Asked by shehabshameer 9 years ago
I need to use some kind of ink for a project that will be heated to around 400 degrees F (~200C). I was wondering if it is safe to use sharpies at these temperatures. The pen won't be heated up. Just the ink. Some kind of technical sheet would be helpful but any info you have is nice too. And also if anyone has ideas about other easily accessible high heat resistant inks then that would be awesome. Thanks!
Asked by beak90 8 years ago
Still need inexpensive black ink for printers! Anyone got a recipe that has been tested and proven to work 100%. Answered
DddNeed a proven recipe for black ink for cartidges. They cost so much. Need a proven recipe that worksa and is easy to make from components that are easlily found. Thanks. Someone must have this out there!
Asked by triumphman 8 years ago
I have a garment that is spotted with mildew stains. Cannot remove them, and was wondering how I would create a speckled look to hide the fact that they are there
Asked by RAMUSE007 5 years ago
I got my eyebrows done a few years ago, and I've LOVED them ever since. but Now they are showing signs of age, with fade and the ink color turning pinkish. so, i saved the money, (it's not cheap!) and i went in for a 'touch up', I WAS NOT SATISFIED. All the guy had to do, was color in what was already drawn! well, the ink FELL OUT, a week later. when i returned, seeking resolution, they guy wanted MORE cash, to get the "better ink", which really rubbed me the wrong way, so to speak,... anyway, in light of this, i was wondering if it would be just as much trouble to do it myself.
Asked by wickedsmilee 8 years ago
This morning I had an idea. Last night I was dissassembling a huge bagful of insulin pumps (my cousin is a diabetic and he uses them, cleans them, and gives them to me to take the guts out of them) and in them I keep the springs, casing, and insulin resevoirs... (I ALWAYS throw those horrid needles away; I don't want to get stuck with one) I had an idea looking at the resevoirs... I wanted an ink pen that could write/draw in ANY color ink with the turn of a dial, adjustment of a slide, etc.. anyway, I have about fifty of these resevoir things (they have little pistons in them) and I was curious if there was a way to reach my goal. Should I use red, blue, yellow ink, or should I use magenta, cyan, and yallow? Do I have to make the inks myself, or could I drain them from printer cartriges? Should I use only primary colors, or secondary colors as well?
Posted by MattGyver92 9 years ago
So PCWorld has determined that in some cases it is cheaper to buy a new printer rather than new ink. That means that you can use the old printer's spare parts for all sorts of shenanigans. Just thought I'd throw that out there so people could scavenge their old printers or their friends' old printers. Here is the original article
Posted by killersquirel11 8 years ago
Hey y'all! I've got an odd issue with some transparency film that I'm sure one of you will be able to help me solve! I have a book of prints which I've been inkjet printing on to acetate. It's a lovely book, but the issue I keep running into is that the ink will rub off should someone or something happen to scratch the "wet" side of any of the prints. The prints also gather dust on this side, which after a while makes for a very dusty book! Does anyone have any idea of a treatment method (maybe a spray or a varnish) that would seal in the ink, protecting the prints from dust and scratches? I realize I could just print it on another type of photo paper and probably not have this issue, but I'd like the prints to be translucent (it creates a layering effect that's important to the finished book). Any suggestions gladly welcomed! Best, M
Posted by mbelle1 4 years ago
I have tried refilling ink cartridge with micr ink but when i print u can barely see the ink what do i do
Asked by vero1 1 year ago
Do printer ink refill kits give the same kind of print quality as the manufactures packaged ink? Answered
Do printer ink refill kits give the same kind of print quality as the manufactures packaged ink?
Asked by threadbare 8 years ago
Asked by LordPeti 7 years ago
Hi all! If someone knows, please share the info on where to get purple PCB ink. Or maybe dry film (solder resist)? I'm searching the Internet, but I'm not having any luck. It looks like I'll have to mix it by hand by combining blue and red..
Posted by tlakic97 3 years ago
Esquire is going to be celebrating its 75th year with an E Ink cover, the same stuff that's in Amazon's Kindle. There will only be 100,000 copies made for its circulation of 720,000 so grab one if you see it. Magazines always cost two or three times their cover price to make, but this should be way beyond even that. Esquire had to get its own custom battery made and the E Ink can't be too cheap either.So what message is so important for all of this? A flashing message that says, "the 21st Century Begins Now." Link
Posted by fungus amungus 9 years ago
Alright, alright, so I did read some older forums regarding a similar issue, however after attempting some of the suggestions noted on there, I encountered some problems... I am addicted to my Uni-Ball Signo Rt Gel pens (.38) - yeah, that's right - they are freakin' awesome! The problem is that I write the hell out of them, and the refills cost 6 cents cheaper than the pens (which aren't cheap either). So, yeah, I did hunt down my dusty inkjet refill kit, and slip that tiny syringe into my empty cartridge, and successfully loaded it with some ink. My excitement soon dissipated as I began writing... the old .38 writing that it used to have turned into a fatty rolling ball writing the bleed through all of my class notes (just putting out too much). It's obvious that I am simply not using the right type of ink. It seems like it might not be viscous enough? I knew it probably wouldn't work the first time, but seeing how I was able to actually 'refill' the pen myself, there MUST be some ink out there that will bring my pen back to life! Any info on the right type of ink would be great! Thanks ~ pete
Posted by petrasjazz 10 years ago
I want to print on satin ribbon, such as names, dates, etc. I cannot find a way to do this, by hand or on my inkjet printer without the ink "bleeding" or fuzzing. A ribbon printing machine, of which I have found 1, is way out of my price range for grandchildren gifts.
Im currently going to start making some t-shirts and have a few questions -can i put the t-shirt on a flat piece of plywood and use a iron to put the t-shirt transfer on? -will the iron burn the t-shirt transfer? -and can i print out a design on the transfer with regular computer ink?
Asked by everyday im shuffling, except fridays, i got to get down on friday 7 years ago
Asked by kevin brock 5 years ago