PrintRite inks

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Multi-Union Trading Co Ltd of Hong kong produces Print Rite inks
amongst others.

Thought I'd just let you know.

Davy
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    > one mfg makes 10 different labels of the same thing

    So you are saying the ink is so popular that it's bought by many
    distributers and sold to countless people. Wonderful!

    > and then the whores add their own labels

    Common practice, just visit your local drug store. PrintRite is a big
    brand, used their dotmatrix ribbons in the past.

    > now you have 30 places to buy the smae thing under 50 different names

    Perhaps you can actually back this up with some evidence of who makes
    the ink and who sells the ink. Seriously that would come in handy.

    > what a joke

    Why? All you need do is pick an ink you like based on other people's
    reccomendations and continue using it. As you just pointed out one mfg
    might sell to 30 places so it makes it really easy to find. Thanks for
    this bit of wisdom measekite.

    But if you don't want to play this game, it's not an issue as PrintRite
    is sold in retail stores in a retail box. Not that i'd reccomend
    PrintRite or anything just they are one of the major brands available.
    If you feel more comfortable buying brand name products more power to
    you.
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    ONE MFG MAKES 10 DIFFERENT LABELS OF THE SAME THING. A SHOTGUN
    APPROACH. AND THEN THE WHORES ADD THEIR OWN LABELS. NOW YOU HAVE 30
    PLACES TO BUY THE SAME THING UNDER 50 DIFFERENT NAMES. WHAT A JOKE. NO
    WONDER ALL OF THE MORONS HERE HAVE ALL THE PROBLEMS THEY DO.

    Davy wrote:

    >Multi-Union Trading Co Ltd of Hong kong produces Print Rite inks
    >amongst others.
    >
    >Thought I'd just let you know.
    >
    >Davy
    >
    >
    >
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    > You could be right .....

    Well according to this link
    http://www.hp.com/sbso/product/supplies/supplies_reliability_ink.pdf

    Dataproducts is what Staples uses
    NCR is what office max uses
    NuKote(Pelikan) is what office depot uses

    I'm not sure who sells PriteRite these days but they do import a good
    deal into this country, otherwise Epson wouldn't have been on their
    butts.

    So what you need to do is take measekite's commont and mix it with
    reality. It's true that many companies might sell the same product.
    If you are happy with the product you can buy it from anyone you choose
    with some assurance the ink is the same. Or buy the name brand if you
    like. Sometimes it costs more, sometimes it doesn't... but if that
    label and logo make you feel better by all means go for it.
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    [
    Quote:
    quote="measekite"]ONE MFG MAKES 10 DIFFERENT LABELS
    OF THE SAME THING. A SHOTGUN
    APPROACH. AND THEN THE WHORES ADD THEIR OWN LABELS. NOW YOU HAVE 30

    PLACES TO BUY THE SAME THING UNDER 50 DIFFERENT NAMES. WHAT A JOKE.
    NO
    WONDER ALL OF THE MORONS HERE HAVE ALL THE PROBLEMS THEY DO.



    Just a snippet from their site, found this under 'Trading Services'

    * OEM
    We will provide private label services

    You could be right .....

    Davy
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    Davy wrote:
    > [
    Quote:
    quote="measekite"]ONE MFG MAKES 10 DIFFERENT LABELS
    > OF THE SAME THING. A SHOTGUN
    > APPROACH. AND THEN THE WHORES ADD THEIR OWN LABELS. NOW YOU HAVE 30
    >
    > PLACES TO BUY THE SAME THING UNDER 50 DIFFERENT NAMES. WHAT A JOKE.
    > NO
    > WONDER ALL OF THE MORONS HERE HAVE ALL THE PROBLEMS THEY DO.
    >
    >

    >
    > Just a snippet from their site, found this under 'Trading Services'
    >
    > * OEM
    > We will provide private label services
    >
    > You could be right .....
    >
    > Davy
    >
    Who really cares other than measershit and a few of his "followers'. If
    the ink works what does the damn label have to do with anything?
    Please tell us!
    Frank
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    In article <%miXe.375$OC2.305@newssvr21.news.prodigy.com>,
    inkystinky@oem.com (measekite the troll) wrote:

    > NO WONDER ALL OF THE MORONS HERE HAVE ALL THE PROBLEMS THEY DO.

    Do you say that speaking as both a moron and a problem?

    Jon.
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    "Frank" <fb@notspam.com> wrote in message
    news:8goXe.11398$GQ4.11260@fed1read05...

    > Who really cares other than measershit and a few of his "followers'. If
    > the ink works what does the damn label have to do with anything?
    > Please tell us!

    I live in the UK and I've been using PrintRite inks for several years now in
    my Epsons.

    I did a colour chart test to compare PrinRite, Epson and PC World inks.
    There was nothing to choose between the first two (except the price). PC
    World was truly awful.

    I have had *no* clogging problems whatever with PrintRite.

    Mike
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    > [quote="Frank
    > the ink works what does the *** label have to do with anything?
    > Please tell us!
    > Frank

    Yep, no argument there, was just pointing the fact that they are
    willing to do a label service and that they exported 80-84% of there
    products that is, no wonder Epson was getting a little 'peeved',
    funny no other manufacturer seemed to have been mentioned, Canon, HP
    etc certainly don't seem to be as concerned as Epson.

    Davy
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    Frank wrote:

    > Davy wrote:
    >
    >> [
    Quote:
    quote="measekite"]ONE MFG MAKES 10 DIFFERENT LABELS
    >> OF THE SAME THING. A SHOTGUN APPROACH. AND THEN THE WHORES ADD
    >> THEIR OWN LABELS. NOW YOU HAVE 30
    >>
    >> PLACES TO BUY THE SAME THING UNDER 50 DIFFERENT NAMES. WHAT A JOKE.
    >> NO WONDER ALL OF THE MORONS HERE HAVE ALL THE PROBLEMS THEY DO.
    >>
    >>

    >>
    >> Just a snippet from their site, found this under 'Trading Services'
    >>
    >> * OEM
    >> We will provide private label services
    >>
    >> You could be right .....
    >>
    >> Davy
    >>
    >
    > Please tell us!
    > Frank the moron

    Who really cares other than measershit and a few of his "followers'. If
    the ink works what does the damn label have to do with anything? PEOPLE
    WITH A BRAIN.

    AND YES YOU ARE A MORON
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    Jon O'Brien wrote:

    >In article <%miXe.375$OC2.305@newssvr21.news.prodigy.com>,
    >inkystinky@oem.com (measekite the troll) wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >>NO WONDER ALL OF THE MORONS HERE HAVE ALL THE PROBLEMS THEY DO.
    >>
    >>
    >
    >Do you say that speaking as both a moron and a problem?
    >
    >Jon.
    >
    >
    YOU ARE A SHMUCK WITH EARS
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    Multi-Union Trading Co Ltd of Hong Kong produces Print Rite inks
    amongst others.

    Plain as apple pie who makes Print Rite...!

    Davy
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    How about em getting to make us some and sticking uncloggable on the
    label.. there that should do the trick..!

    Davy
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    First of all,
    The reason for the post was to bring to attention the manufacturer of
    Print Rite inks and their possible court battle with Epson and the
    fact that they produce other brand names apart from Print Rite.

    Why anyone should get in a tassle with those who use alternative inks
    I'll never understand, some people prefer ink other than OEM to save
    cash no doubt, nothing wrong with that.

    There just gotta be good and bad ink suppliers out there are we saying
    they all conform to the manufacturers specifications, there is bound
    to be 'corner cutting' along the way, still no one can name them.

    It is always OEM v 3rd party v refilling, nothing wrong with any of
    them.

    The problem arises in these pages I'd say because of the clogging
    issue and the expense of replacement OEM ink.

    Some of the comments would nausiate a 'glue sniffer', must be the ink
    fumes...!

    Davy
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    > hey dumb dumb alpine is a mfg. they sell under their own name thru
    > many differnt outlets.

    But Toyota doesn't make the stereo. They typicaly won't tell you who
    did. However companies like alpine are more than happy to make stereos
    with a Toyota label on them.

    Rebadging is a common practice.


    > radio shack is a reller of some private nonamestuff. but they are
    not > mom and pop whores who do not disclose information and hide behine a
    > website.

    I guess RCA and Casio are *NO NAMES* then. Much of their stuff was made
    by Tandy... but much of it was rebadged big name stuff. And they
    wouldn't disclose it. They have since changed but rebading happens all
    the time in many industries.

    > goto a reputable store and ask for formulabs branded and labeled
    > prefilled carts for the canon ip4000. Better yet call sensinent in
    > san diego and ask them where you can buy a prefilled formulabs ink
    > cart with their label on it. then report back to everyone here.
    > I bet you cannot do that.

    I thought formulabs was a wholesale brand, as in the best you could hope
    for is a label with the ink catalog number and the lot number from which
    it was made. Now if you were ask the same of Media Street... this is
    not a problem... this info is on their website. Lyson is also offered
    in a retail box. As is PrintRite which is rather the topic of this
    post. You will find this stuff in traditional photo shops.

    You see, different businesses choose to do business in differnt ways.
    Being a standford MBA you would know this already. The problem is you
    are trying to prove your point by showing an isolated case. Companies
    like Image Specalists and Sensinent are basicly following the gas
    station model... providing a bulk product for others to handel the
    filling, advertising, the customer relations. These are the people who
    you would deal with if you needed 20 to 40 foot trailers of ink.

    Are there brands of gas? I know there are main stream gas stations but
    there are also mini-marts that may or may not disclose what gas they are
    putting into your car.

    Media Street followed a more retail model... first offering their
    product on their site offering drop shipping services but expanding to
    retail stores.


    >>> you are a duty hole.
    >>>
    >>
    >>
    >> What is a duty hole? I guess anyone who disagrees with you is a duty
    >> hole. But that's Mr. Duty Hole to you. You see I won't resort to
    >> namecalling just because I disagree with you. You are a humanbeing
    >> and deserve a little bit of respect. I do wish you would learn this
    >> lesson and respect the choices of others rather than wishing their
    >> printers would clog because they don't use something you approve of.
    >> But this is an issue between you and you and has nothing to do with me.
    >>
    >>
    >> Have an inspirational day!

    I guess i'm still a duty hole.
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    "zakezuke" <zakezuke_us@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:1127206431.996741.31280@g44g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
    >> if you believe that these whores are major ink mfg then you are
    >> just so stupid that you are a lost cause and deserve all the print
    >> head clogs that anyone can get
    >
    > Why is it that you wish to punish people who make it a choice to use a
    > 3rd party product. That seems a little bit obsessive. If I do get a
    > print clog as you sugest and must buy a new head.. it still would cost
    > less than buying OEM.
    >
    > But yes, I believe any company that offers ink in 5120 galon units to
    > be a major manufacturer (40 foot trailer). You said so your self that
    > it's an industry practice for one company to make a product for 50
    > others. If what you said is true, then someone has to be a huge
    > manufacturer to do it. You have proved my statement with your own
    > statement.
    >
    >> dumb comparison. food is regulated by the fda. it will not kill you
    >> if you do not like it you bring it back.
    >> it will not clog your system or ruin your oven or
    >> post and pans.
    >
    (snip)

    Zake - I see that MK is still at it. I only get his misinformation second
    hand when someone answers him as I have killfiled him. No challenge trying
    to talk sense with a fool or a demigogue.

    His bit about the FDA is really a joke! Tell it to the people who died from
    ecoli tainted beef a few years ago. He is focused on clogs. Consider the
    effect on coronary arteries from the hydrogenated fats or tropical oils that
    are in 98% of the commercial baked goods and fried fast foods. Talk about
    clogs! America's coronary arteries will never be the same. These
    FDA-permitted products are enough to support a new generations of
    cardiologists and funeral homes. How about the artificial sweeteners that
    have been shown to produce cancer in test animals. Consider the effect of
    food coloring agents on people who are allergic or have other medical
    conditions that are affected by these unnecessary products that are
    permitted by the FDA. Don't even go to the issue of increasing obesity and
    the level of soda pop/fast food consumption in our youth. MK doesn't know
    what he doesn't know! I'll leave you with one last word regarding the FDA
    and clogs - Vioxx.
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    Burt wrote:

    >"zakezuke" <zakezuke_us@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    >news:1127206431.996741.31280@g44g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
    >
    >
    >>>if you believe that these whores are major ink mfg then you are
    >>>just so stupid that you are a lost cause and deserve all the print
    >>>head clogs that anyone can get
    >>>
    >>>
    >>Why is it that you wish to punish people who make it a choice to use a
    >>3rd party product. That seems a little bit obsessive. If I do get a
    >>print clog as you sugest and must buy a new head.. it still would cost
    >>less than buying OEM.
    >>
    >>But yes, I believe any company that offers ink in 5120 galon units to
    >>be a major manufacturer (40 foot trailer). You said so your self that
    >>it's an industry practice for one company to make a product for 50
    >>others. If what you said is true, then someone has to be a huge
    >>manufacturer to do it. You have proved my statement with your own
    >>statement.
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>>dumb comparison. food is regulated by the fda. it will not kill you
    >>>if you do not like it you bring it back.
    >>>it will not clog your system or ruin your oven or
    >>>post and pans.
    >>>
    >>>
    >(snip)
    >
    >Zake - I see that MK is still at it. I only get his misinformation second
    >hand when someone answers him as I have killfiled him. No challenge trying
    >to talk sense with a fool or a demigogue.
    >
    >

    SINCE ZUKE AND MANY OTHERS INCLUDING PECKERBLOOMER ALWAY ANSWER ME YOU
    GET TO READ JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING YOU DUMB OLD FART.

    >His bit about the FDA is really a joke! Tell it to the people who died from
    >ecoli tainted beef a few years ago. He is focused on clogs. Consider the
    >effect on coronary arteries from the hydrogenated fats or tropical oils that
    >are in 98% of the commercial baked goods and fried fast foods. Talk about
    >clogs! America's coronary arteries will never be the same. These
    >FDA-permitted products are enough to support a new generations of
    >cardiologists and funeral homes. How about the artificial sweeteners that
    >have been shown to produce cancer in test animals. Consider the effect of
    >food coloring agents on people who are allergic or have other medical
    >conditions that are affected by these unnecessary products that are
    >permitted by the FDA. Don't even go to the issue of increasing obesity and
    >the level of soda pop/fast food consumption in our youth. MK doesn't know
    >what he doesn't know! I'll leave you with one last word regarding the FDA
    >and clogs - Vioxx.
    >
    >

    TAKE SOME VIAGRA AND RECALL THE DISTANT PAST YOU OLD FART.

    >
    >
    >
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    ><censored>

    Thanks for the tip mesekite.
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    Trials and tribulations Burt, thats what it is, reading this NG just
    brightens up the day even if it's foggy.

    Davy
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    Does give us a front row seat for peering into a poorly wired brain! It
    finally just got tiresome. Thus the killfile.

    "Davy" <davecoe@blueyonder.co-dot-uk.no-spam.invalid> wrote in message
    news:5DYXe.126632$vo5.35824@fe01.news.easynews.com...
    > Trials and tribulations Burt, thats what it is, reading this NG just
    > brightens up the day even if it's foggy.
    >
    > Davy
    >
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    Burt wrote:
    > Does give us a front row seat for peering into a poorly wired brain! It
    > finally just got tiresome. Thus the killfile.
    >
    > "Davy" <davecoe@blueyonder.co-dot-uk.no-spam.invalid> wrote in message
    > news:5DYXe.126632$vo5.35824@fe01.news.easynews.com...
    >
    >>Trials and tribulations Burt, thats what it is, reading this NG just
    >>brightens up the day even if it's foggy.
    >>
    >>Davy
    >>
    >
    >
    >
    Oh yes! I've never seen anyone say so much about so little. He is
    without a doubt in deep mental trouble. It's really ashame he picked
    this ng as his home.
    Kill file really is a life saver.
    Frank
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    Frank wrote:

    > Burt wrote:
    >
    >> Does give us a front row seat for peering into a poorly wired brain!
    >> It finally just got tiresome. Thus the killfile.
    >>
    >> "Davy" <davecoe@blueyonder.co-dot-uk.no-spam.invalid> wrote in
    >> message news:5DYXe.126632$vo5.35824@fe01.news.easynews.com...
    >>
    >>> Trials and tribulations Burt, thats what it is, reading this NG just
    >>> brightens up the day even if it's foggy.
    >>>
    >>> Davy
    >>>
    >>
    >>
    >>
    > Oh yes! I've never seen anyone say so much about so little. I am
    > without a doubt in deep mental trouble. It's really ashame I picked
    > this ng as his home.
    > Kill file really is a life saver.
    > Frank


    I KNOW YOU ARE IN MENTAL TROUBLE FRANKIE CRANKIE DA COCKROACH
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    Matt Zukowski wrote:

    >
    > > hey dumb dumb alpine is a mfg. they sell under their own name thru
    > > many differnt outlets.
    >
    > But Toyota doesn't make the stereo. They typicaly won't tell you who
    > did.

    WRONG MOST CAR MFG WILL

    INFINITY USES BOSE
    ACURA USES PANASONIC AND ALPINE
    I DO NOT KNOW WHO TOYOTA AND LEICA USES.

    > However companies like alpine are more than happy to make stereos with
    > a Toyota label on them.
    >
    > Rebadging is a common practice.
    >
    >
    > > radio shack is a reller of some private nonamestuff. but they are
    > not > mom and pop whores who do not disclose information and hide
    > behine a
    > > website.
    >
    > I guess RCA and Casio are *NO NAMES* then. Much of their stuff was
    > made by Tandy... but much of it was rebadged big name stuff. And they
    > wouldn't disclose it. They have since changed but rebading happens
    > all the time in many industries.
    >
    > > goto a reputable store and ask for formulabs branded and labeled
    > > prefilled carts for the canon ip4000. Better yet call sensinent in
    > > san diego and ask them where you can buy a prefilled formulabs ink
    > > cart with their label on it. then report back to everyone here.
    > > I bet you cannot do that.
    >
    > I thought formulabs was a wholesale brand,


    THEY ARE A MFG/FORMULATOR

    > as in the best you could hope for is a label with the ink catalog
    > number and the lot number from which it was made. Now if you were ask
    > the same of Media Street... this is not a problem... this info is on
    > their website. Lyson is also offered in a retail box. As is
    > PrintRite which is rather the topic of this post. You will find this
    > stuff in traditional photo shops.
    >
    > You see, different businesses choose to do business in differnt ways.
    > Being a standford MBA you would know this already. The problem is you
    > are trying to prove your point by showing an isolated case. Companies
    > like Image Specalists and Sensinent are basicly following the gas
    > station model... providing a bulk product for others to handel the
    > filling, advertising, the customer relations. These are the people
    > who you would deal with if you needed 20 to 40 foot trailers of ink.
    >
    > Are there brands of gas? I know there are main stream gas stations
    > but there are also mini-marts that may or may not disclose what gas
    > they are putting into your car.
    >
    > Media Street followed a more retail model... first offering their
    > product on their site offering drop shipping services but expanding to
    > retail stores.
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >>>> you are a duty hole.
    >>>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> What is a duty hole? I guess anyone who disagrees with you is a duty
    >>> hole. But that's Mr. Duty Hole to you. You see I won't resort to
    >>> namecalling just because I disagree with you. You are a humanbeing
    >>> and deserve a little bit of respect. I do wish you would learn this
    >>> lesson and respect the choices of others rather than wishing their
    >>> printers would clog because they don't use something you approve of.
    >>> But this is an issue between you and you and has nothing to do with me.
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> Have an inspirational day!
    >>
    >
    > I guess i'm still a duty hole.

    YEP
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    > wrong most car mfg will

    > infinity uses bose
    > acura uses panasonic and alpine
    > i don't know who toyota and leica uses

    Leica is a brand of camera. I'm familar with their rangfinders. Near
    as i'm aware their cameras don't have stereos on board.

    But you see, you just proved my point. Toyota won't tell you who makes
    their factory stereo. Why should they? If they told you who made their
    stereo then you could go out and buy an afermarket stereo and not pay
    the dealer premium for it. This is normal for the branding business.
    Sometimes when you buy a rebaged stereo from the dealer it's the lowest
    bid stereo. This is most common with the cheepo AM/FM stereo that might
    come with a model just to say it has a stereo.

    But just like in the ink industry not everyone will tell you who made
    the ink there are exceptions. You see infinity uses bose, acura uses
    alpine. They don't rebadge their stereos because it's a selling point
    of the car. I don't know this for a fact because i'm perfectly happy
    with after market stereos.

    Keep in mind also that the Bose on the Infiniti G35 is an OPTION, part
    of the premium package for $2,450.00. They also have a base model
    speaker that they won't tell you what they are. I have no idea who
    makes the stock stereo... and neither do you. This is the difference
    between you and I. I know things, you get your information from
    websites and adverts without reading the details. You might learn from
    this experence so you don't appear foolish in the future. That's a good
    boy.

    Thank you for proving my point. Rebadging is a common practice. In the
    cars you listed you can either pick the premium package and get a name
    brand speakers and stereo or you can go with the factory badged stereo
    that they won't tell you who made it.


    >> I thought formulabs was a wholesale brand,
    >
    > they are a mfg/formulator

    Which I can buy from alotofthings if I choose to. Happy day.

    >> I guess i'm still a duty hole.
    >
    >
    > YEP

    Well I guess this duty hole has the duty to inform you when you are
    wrong. PriteRite is a retail brand, formulabs is a wholesale brand.
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    HOW DOES ZUKOWSKI EQUAL ZAZUKE

    Matt Zukowski wrote:

    >
    > > hey dumb dumb alpine is a mfg. they sell under their own name thru
    > > many differnt outlets.
    >
    > But Toyota doesn't make the stereo. They typicaly won't tell you who
    > did. However companies like alpine are more than happy to make
    > stereos with a Toyota label on them.
    >
    > Rebadging is a common practice.
    >
    >
    > > radio shack is a reller of some private nonamestuff. but they are
    > not > mom and pop whores who do not disclose information and hide
    > behine a
    > > website.
    >
    > I guess RCA and Casio are *NO NAMES* then. Much of their stuff was
    > made by Tandy... but much of it was rebadged big name stuff. And they
    > wouldn't disclose it. They have since changed but rebading happens
    > all the time in many industries.
    >
    > > goto a reputable store and ask for formulabs branded and labeled
    > > prefilled carts for the canon ip4000. Better yet call sensinent in
    > > san diego and ask them where you can buy a prefilled formulabs ink
    > > cart with their label on it. then report back to everyone here.
    > > I bet you cannot do that.
    >
    > I thought formulabs was a wholesale brand, as in the best you could
    > hope for is a label with the ink catalog number and the lot number
    > from which it was made. Now if you were ask the same of Media
    > Street... this is not a problem... this info is on their website.
    > Lyson is also offered in a retail box. As is PrintRite which is
    > rather the topic of this post. You will find this stuff in
    > traditional photo shops.
    >
    > You see, different businesses choose to do business in differnt ways.
    > Being a standford MBA you would know this already. The problem is you
    > are trying to prove your point by showing an isolated case. Companies
    > like Image Specalists and Sensinent are basicly following the gas
    > station model... providing a bulk product for others to handel the
    > filling, advertising, the customer relations. These are the people
    > who you would deal with if you needed 20 to 40 foot trailers of ink.
    >
    > Are there brands of gas? I know there are main stream gas stations
    > but there are also mini-marts that may or may not disclose what gas
    > they are putting into your car.
    >
    > Media Street followed a more retail model... first offering their
    > product on their site offering drop shipping services but expanding to
    > retail stores.
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >>>> you are a duty hole.
    >>>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> What is a duty hole? I guess anyone who disagrees with you is a duty
    >>> hole. But that's Mr. Duty Hole to you. You see I won't resort to
    >>> namecalling just because I disagree with you. You are a humanbeing
    >>> and deserve a little bit of respect. I do wish you would learn this
    >>> lesson and respect the choices of others rather than wishing their
    >>> printers would clog because they don't use something you approve of.
    >>> But this is an issue between you and you and has nothing to do with me.
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> Have an inspirational day!
    >>
    >
    > I guess i'm still a duty hole.
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    With all due respect... you own argument fell back on you. The point I
    was trying to make was that rebadging was common place. As you pointed
    out you have no idea what stereo toyota offers because they won't tell
    you, and in your other examples the brand name stereo was an option in
    the premium package.

    While it might be true that alotofthings may or may not sell brand name
    wholesale ink in their prefilled cartridges, they clearly sell wholesale
    brand name ink in bottles. If you want brand name cartridges in a
    retail box all you need do is visit your local photo shop. There are at
    least two to choose from.

    Besides, your the user who cleared up the confusion between wholesale
    brands and retail brands. You pointed out that wholesale brands are the
    bulk stuff and the retail brands are those things in boxes, like OEM HP
    Canon Epson ink and Media Street, Lyson, Priterite, Inktec, etc.. etc...

    I'm happy we can resolve this issue so users can make their own choice.

    Thank you for your understanding and have an inspirational day.
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    > Matt Zukowskiwrote:
    [quote="Matt Zukowski"
    > I
    > was trying to make was that rebadging was common place. As you
    pointed
    > out you have no idea what stereo toyota offers because they won't
    tell
    > you, and in your other examples the brand name stereo was an option
    in
    > the premium package.

    I diverse a little here-:

    I bought a Sony video, turns out to be of Samsung manufacture....but
    lets stick with the topic.

    Which is cheaper, making ink or getting a manufacturer making it to
    your specifications..?

    Davy
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    Davy wrote:
    >>Matt Zukowskiwrote:
    >
    > [quote="Matt Zukowski"
    >
    >> I
    >>was trying to make was that rebadging was common place. As you
    >
    > pointed
    >
    >>out you have no idea what stereo toyota offers because they won't
    >
    > tell
    >
    >>you, and in your other examples the brand name stereo was an option
    >
    > in
    >
    >>the premium package.
    >
    >
    > I diverse a little here-:
    >
    > I bought a Sony video, turns out to be of Samsung manufacture....but
    > lets stick with the topic.
    >
    > Which is cheaper, making ink or getting a manufacturer making it to
    > your specifications..?
    >
    > Davy
    >
    I'll give you three guesses and the first two don't count.
    Frank
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    <measekite's i talked to a manager speach>

    I doubt that this manager called them "whores". We've been through
    this before. Your observation doesn't affect people who buy bulk ink
    at all. If you want 3rd party name brand ink, there are other
    options... media street, lyson, inktec, printrite, etc etc. If name
    brands are important to you... I can think of 4 off the top of my head
    that sell their product in a retail box that I can buy in camera shops,
    some of which are bigger than Frys electronics, the store you are
    overly obsessed with.

    I can accept what you say just fine. Toyota won't tell me who made my
    factory stereo. This is not to say they don't offer a brand name
    stereo for extra money but the base factory stereo branded Toyota is a
    mystery. Canon won't tell me who mfg their ink. Starbucks won't tell
    me who they buy their beans from before roasting. Office Depot won't
    tell me who makes their premium paper. Radio Shack wouldn't tell me
    that Casio made their keyboards back when they rebadged stuff. Safeway
    won't tell me who made their store branded products.
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    This is what you seem to not be able to understand. You see the
    printing industry is older than desktop printers. The oldest dye I
    know about is Tyrian purple made from various marine snails. A common
    Phoenician product.. this is definatly BC, perhaps as old as the 10th
    century BC or if the Minoans pioneered the process, as early as the
    20th century BC. Needless to say the textile industry has a high
    demand for dye, not to speak of hand printing or commercial printing.
    Needless to say huge factories were erected for the sole purpose of
    producing dye, pigments, and ink. turn around your chair and look at
    the colorful stuff around you. That's alot of dye.

    So if you were Canon, or HP, or Epson, or Brother would you bother to
    build your ink ink factory or would you say.... hey let's just ask
    these guys over here to make our ink.

    And if you were a major ink manufacturer would you even consider
    selling your product 10ml at a time in little cartridges when you've
    been around for 50+ years selling in 1000 gallon units? If you
    supplied your ink to Levi don't you think they would get upset if the
    formula they used could be bought by Calvin Klein. Do you even think
    that Jordache would contract with a manufacturer without a
    non-disclosure agreement, or do you think Lee would be happy to tell
    you where they got their dye so you could have clothing the same color
    without paying them for it? Or do you think a merchent in India would
    tell you which snail juice he used to make your royal purple robes or
    even where to get good quality snail juice?

    These are the concepts that are lost upon you. You can't grasp simple
    business practices that have been around for thousands of years.
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    zakezuke wrote:

    > This is what you seem to not be able to understand. You see the
    > printing industry is older than desktop printers. The oldest dye I
    > know about is Tyrian purple made from various marine snails. A common
    > Phoenician product.. this is definatly BC, perhaps as old as the 10th
    > century BC or if the Minoans pioneered the process, as early as the
    > 20th century BC. Needless to say the textile industry has a high
    > demand for dye, not to speak of hand printing or commercial printing.
    > Needless to say huge factories were erected for the sole purpose of
    > producing dye, pigments, and ink. turn around your chair and look at
    > the colorful stuff around you. That's alot of dye.
    >
    > So if you were Canon, or HP, or Epson, or Brother would you bother to
    > build your ink ink factory or would you say.... hey let's just ask
    > these guys over here to make our ink.
    >
    > And if you were a major ink manufacturer would you even consider
    > selling your product 10ml at a time in little cartridges when you've
    > been around for 50+ years selling in 1000 gallon units? If you
    > supplied your ink to Levi don't you think they would get upset if the
    > formula they used could be bought by Calvin Klein. Do you even think
    > that Jordache would contract with a manufacturer without a
    > non-disclosure agreement, or do you think Lee would be happy to tell
    > you where they got their dye so you could have clothing the same color
    > without paying them for it? Or do you think a merchent in India would
    > tell you which snail juice he used to make your royal purple robes or
    > even where to get good quality snail juice?
    >
    > These are the concepts that are lost upon you. You can't grasp simple
    > business practices that have been around for thousands of years.
    >
    Can you say "contract manufacturing"?
    He can't.
    Frank
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    Frank wrote:

    > Davy wrote:
    >
    >>> Matt Zukowskiwrote:
    >>
    >>
    >> [quote="Matt Zukowski"
    >>
    >>> I was trying to make was that rebadging was common place. As you
    >>
    >>
    >> pointed
    >>
    >>> out you have no idea what stereo toyota offers because they won't
    >>
    >>
    >> tell
    >>
    >>> you, and in your other examples the brand name stereo was an option
    >>
    >>
    >> in
    >>
    >>> the premium package.
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> I diverse a little here-:
    >>
    >> I bought a Sony video, turns out to be of Samsung manufacture....but
    >> lets stick with the topic.
    >>
    >> Which is cheaper, making ink or getting a manufacturer making it to
    >> your specifications..?
    >>
    >> Davy
    >>
    > I'll give you three guesses and the first two don't count.
    > Frank

    DUH
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    zakezuke wrote:

    ><measekite's i talked to a manager speach>
    >
    >I doubt that this manager called them "whores".
    >
    THATS CAUSE YOU ARE AN IDIOT

    >We've been through
    >this before. Your observation doesn't affect people who buy bulk ink
    >at all. If you want 3rd party name brand ink, there
    >
    IS NONE

    >are other
    >options... SNIP If noname
    >brands are important to you... I can think of 4 off the top of my head
    >that sell their product in a retail box that I can buy in camera shops,
    >some of which are bigger than Frys electronics, the store you are
    >overly obsessed with.
    >
    >I can accept what you say just fine. Toyota won't tell me who made my
    >factory stereo. This is not to say they don't offer a brand name
    >stereo for extra money but the base factory stereo branded Toyota is a
    >mystery. Canon won't tell me who mfg their ink. Starbucks won't tell
    >me who they buy their beans from before roasting. Office Depot won't
    >tell me who makes their premium paper. Radio Shack wouldn't tell me
    >that Casio made their keyboards back when they rebadged stuff. Safeway
    >won't tell me who made their store branded products.
    >
    >
    >
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    Frank wrote:

    > zakezuke wrote:
    >
    >> This is what you seem to not be able to understand. You see the
    >> printing industry is older than desktop printers. The oldest dye I
    >> know about is Tyrian purple made from various marine snails. A common
    >> Phoenician product.. this is definatly BC, perhaps as old as the 10th
    >> century BC or if the Minoans pioneered the process, as early as the
    >> 20th century BC. Needless to say the textile industry has a high
    >> demand for dye, not to speak of hand printing or commercial printing.
    >> Needless to say huge factories were erected for the sole purpose of
    >> producing dye, pigments, and ink. turn around your chair and look at
    >> the colorful stuff around you. That's alot of dye.
    >>
    >> So if you were Canon, or HP, or Epson, or Brother would you bother to
    >> build your ink ink factory or would you say.... hey let's just ask
    >> these guys over here to make our ink.
    >>
    >> And if you were a major ink manufacturer would you even consider
    >> selling your product 10ml at a time in little cartridges when you've
    >> been around for 50+ years selling in 1000 gallon units? If you
    >> supplied your ink to Levi don't you think they would get upset if the
    >> formula they used could be bought by Calvin Klein. Do you even think
    >> that Jordache would contract with a manufacturer without a
    >> non-disclosure agreement, or do you think Lee would be happy to tell
    >> you where they got their dye so you could have clothing the same color
    >> without paying them for it? Or do you think a merchent in India would
    >> tell you which snail juice he used to make your royal purple robes or
    >> even where to get good quality snail juice?
    >>
    >> These are the concepts that are lost upon you. You can't grasp simple
    >> business practices that have been around for thousands of years.
    >>
    > Can you say "contract manufacturing"?
    > He cun't.
    > Frank
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