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Epson traces it’s roots to the Seiko corporation and precision watches, which may explain which Epson Printers have been selling like clockwork for more than a half century. A pioneer in printing and imaging technology, Epson is now one of the world’s largest manufacturers of commercial and personal printers. Carrotink has a full line of Epson ink that are quality tested to perform as well as OEM products, but for a much lower price.
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Epson, like HP, was an early pioneer in printer ink technology. Epson ink differ from most other brands of printers (Brother, Canon, HP, Dell, Lexmark, Kodak) in that vibration, rather than heat, is used to expel drops of ink from printer’s printhead on to the awaiting paper. Epson has long been know for its expertise in working with Quartz and electricity (“think watches”). And, what Epson found was that they could create a micro piezo printhead - basically a vibrating print head - much like getting a “pulse” from a quartz watch. As such, Epson printers have a permanently affixed printhead - and with that, Epson printer ink are essentially ink tanks.
Carrotink.com is a great place to buy Epson ink. We offer a full selection of compatible ink cartridges (and Epson OEM wide format cartridges). We now offer the complete range on Epson ink. On our website, you’ll find inkjet cartridges for Epson Stylus; Epson Workforce ink; Stylus Photo cartridges; and even Ink for Epson Artisan printers.
If you’re looking for Epson ink, look no further than Carrotink.com. Helping our customers save on Epson printer ink since 1998, Carrotink has been a pioneer in compatible Epson ink. There’s simply no better place to shop.
Epson got into the printer business due to the 1964 Summer Olympics. They had been selected as the official timekeeper, but needed to provide timers that could print. This led further to development of impact dot-matrix printers (essentially little rods that rammed onto an ink ribbon). It is speculated that Epson noticed HP’s development of thermal inkjet printers (and their patents) and found they could affect the same result but by using their knowledge of quartz technology. (This is part of the reason Epson inkjet printers used to be so loud.)