*NEWS*GROW YOUR OWN TONER

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*NEWS*GROW YOUR OWN TONER

 user 2007-11-19 at 11:34:00 am Views: 93
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    Grow your own toner
    If only that was true.
    But with printer companies making the bulk of their money from selling
    ink to us, that doesn’t sound likely.But the big one from Palo Alto has
    created toner particles that are chemically grown. Instead of
    mechanically grounding toner powder from a carbon block, HP’s spherical
    monochrome toner is vat-grown.It sounds like Frankenstein science, but
    unlike Shelley’s monster, HP’s homegrown toner makes a bit of sense.HP
    claims that this process results in a consistently round toner particle
    which allows for a more efficient printing process that will led to a
    smaller cartridge. HP also claims that toner placement on paper will be
    more precise because of the evenness of this new toner
    particle.Question is: Would this newly spawned toner come with a
    monster price tag per cartridge?