I mean, we do crack certain chips and main boards, but it does not mean we could crack any chips or boards. Why? It’s all about demand and supply.
Unlike sales driven companies, we take full responsibility of what we said and promised. Being a down to earth company may lead to loss of margin now, but we care about you and our long term interest.
We are happy to hear you sharing new printers, new technology pop up in your area. It is remarkable that you keep an eye on local market and pick up the trend even if it’s just getting started. We appreciate your professionalism & good will of sharing. In return, we will do whatever we are able to help, withbin our capability.
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Here is the whole process of how we export
a used Linx 7900 CIJ printer. For those who are pondering whether to purchase a
used continuous inkjet printer or not, you could make up your mind by reading
I will write down the whole printer
purchasing process by time line, so we can see it more clearly.
Received general inquiry from M about used
Linx 7900, I state again the used printer condition in reply email, which will
be upgraded to 3 lines, main board cracked, 95% new, English language. Also
provide shipping info such as packing size, gross weight, shipping method and
M needs confirmation of above information.
Replied with pictures of the used Linx 7900 CIJ printer, which will be sent to
M(if he pays for it).
M noticed the print head nozzle size is not
the one he wants, ask for quotation again.
Quoted again with the print head M
required, also mentioning that our umbilical length is of 2 meter, not 4 meters.
M replied it’s ok and attached with PO in email.
PI sent and received prompt payment from M.
Prepare for testing.
If you are thinking Domino 1.2 liter
cartridge, try think out of the box a little bit.
The largest capacity of ink cartridge I
ever seen is of 25 liter. Huge barrel and total stunning at first sight. Then
coming with 20 liter and 15 liter.
Why we have such gigantic ink cartridge?
This is made per customer requirement. Some clients are able to fill ink in
empty cartridges, so they prefer purchasing the liquids in bulk, when they
receive the ink, then can start sub-packing the liquids by their own.
If you feel like such large volume of ink
purchasing suits you most, please feel free to contact us. Offer empty
cartridges, caps too.
I used to tell my customers what
you get is what you pay for, but when I start to get inside the refurbished
continuous inkjet printer parts/printer trade, I find this is not always true,
because what you finally get, may not be what your saw nor paid for.
There is one customer contacted
me lately, who was looking for brand new print head. I quoted both brand new
and used print head price to customer, attached with brief condition info and a
few detail pictures of the used print head. Despite the price gap between brand
new & used part is rather distinctive, customer still choose the brand new
one, which intrigues me.
After chatting with customer for
a while, he revealed his unpleasant used/refurbished part purchasing experience
to me, which summarize to a word, tempted by nice picture & lower price of
the used parts, but not getting what was shown on picture, get hurt & never
buy used parts ever again.
It seems no better way to make
sure you are getting what you pay for, unless you march down to your supplier’s
office and monitor the whole packing delivery process. Or, you could find a
reliable supplier like us.
My manager used to work as
continuous inkjet printer technician for more than a decade, savvy in CIJ
repair service & has wide connection with other technicians. Guarantee all
used/refurbished parts/printers are tested before delivery, provide 6 months
warranty. Contact for more info now.
As no longer before, I was promoting the
crack board of Markem Imaje. Due to the RFID chip price increased sharply since
February, many clients start turning to crack board, instead of continuing
purchase the ink/make up RFID chips.
One particular client caught my attention
and here I would like to share this case.
Client seems to worry about quality a lot,
the first thing he asked is about after sales service and will the board
totally workable on Imaje printer. Then I ask the three questions, as I already
know where he is from, I ask client to provide me info of printer model and
what model of ink he is applying now.
During the conversation, client revealed he
purchased some crack board before, but unworkable on his printer, however, his
supplier claimed the boards are fine to others. So I insist client should
provide me with every detail about the printer, better with pictures. From the
information given by client, my technician find out it’s applying a special ink
on the printer, so we need to modify data in the crack board program, then the
crack board can communicate with the main board.
After this incident, it reminds me of the crack board expire date problem. I told my clients the crack board will extend the expire date automatically, but actually it’s not. We need to adjust printer time before the crack board expire date. And I think one client is still unhappy with me for this expire date problem. So I guess communication is very important between supplier and client, between supplier and technicians. Let’s learn from the past and be a better supplier/smarter buyer.