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Photocopiers, laser printers, and fax machines are examples of office machines that uses toner cartridges. The main function of a toner cartridge is to provide a liquid (laser toner) or dry powder substance to the machine. For dry toners, it is melted by heat of the fuse. The toner is then bound to the paper and eventually forms the text or images.

Compared to ink cartridges, toner cartridges are bigger and heavier. Third party makers produce compatible toner cartridges. However, many just reuse and refill them. A good quality toner can be identified if it comes from an established or well-known stores. These toner stores usually have refund policy or product guarantee written or sticked on the cartridges.

Compatible toner cartridges are recommended if one is to print mostly in black. However, if one wants to print in colored or archive the printout and you want to ensure the quality of the printout, then original toner cartridges or OEM are recommended. These cartridges are often produced by printer companies itself. The cartridges are, however, more expensive than a compatible cartridge.

A perfect printout is said to be in the eyes of the beholder. And that the quality of the paper and the printer also contribute to the result of the print out.

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