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Thursday, September 17, 2009
If you answered yes to any of the questions above then you should consider investing in an inkjet circuit and print tester. This paper will justify the rationale for owning one as well as the true Return on Investment (ROI).
Industry data states that on average 7% of virgin and 13% of non-virgin inkjet cartridges are defective electrically. Unless your business works exclusively with virgin empties, you can expect about 1 in 10 cartridges to be bad.
Every inkjet cartridge refilled needs to be print tested-- why play Russian roulette with your customers? Using a Shoptester 200 inkjet circuit/ print tester can save you @$0.50 on every cartridge that you manufacture. Here is how:
First, let's calculate the COST SAVINGS PER DAY using the equipment over using your existing printer bank. Multiply the # of cartridges processed each day x $0.50 per cartridge. The answer is what your SAVINGS are each day using this equipment.
Example 1—At 10 cartridges per day x $0.50 = $5 savings per day
Example 2—At 20 cartridges per day x $0.50 = $10 savings per day
Example 3—At 50 cartridges per day x $0.50 = $25 savings per day
WHAT IS THE ROI ON THE TESTER? -- 18 cartridges per day
The ROI to lease a Shoptester is about 18 cartridges per day. Anything above that number pays for the equipment much faster.
What does all this mean? Strictly from a financial standpoint, owning a Shoptester 200 circuit and print tester can save you time and money. This doesn't even take into account the time and $$ saved tracking down discontinued printers that were are scarce to begin with and break down after a few hundred tests.
Not all testers are created equal. With other features and benefits like testing for the TSR sensor (which some printer banks don't catch), new cartridge recognition capabilities, free software upgrades, and a reputation as the most accurate tester in the world (several testimonials available on request), the Shoptester 200 makes a whole lot of sense. Most importantly it makes financial sense for professional inkjet refillers.
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