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  • #2042

    New Developer Roller For Brother TN-460 and Brother TN-560 Cartridges Available From Future Graphics  

    Future Graphics, A leading global distributor of imaging supplies, components, and chips for laser, copier, fax, and inkjet cartridges, is announcing the release of the Brother TN-460 Developer Roller.

    The roller is intended for the Brother HL-1240, the 12ppm, 600×600 dpi printer introduced in September 1999 as the lowest cost personal laser printer of its time, and the Brother 1650.

    The newly released Brother TN-460 Developer Roller offers the latest in imaging technology for use in these Brother printers. Tested and qualified with all Future Graphics’ components for this engine, the Brother TN-460 Developer Roller has been successfully engineered for complete system compatibility. For crisp graphics, OEM equivalent yield, reliability, and superior performance, users may combine the Brother TN-460 Developer Roller with AEG’s Brother 1240 Drum and Future Graphics Brother 1240 signature toner.

    The Brother TN-460 Developer Roller has also been qualified for use in the TN-560 cartridge.

    All Future Graphics imaging components are co-developed and engineered to system compatibility specifications and are backed by Future Graphics 100% guarantee for overall system compatibility, excellent print quality, and cartridge performance reliability.

    For more information about this product line visit the Future Graphics Website or e-mail at info@futuregraphicsllc.com. For Europe, please contact Delacamp at their company Website or call +49 (40) 32 58 28 0 (Int’l).

    * Post was edited: 2004-09-01 11:13:00