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Today's News for the Imaging Supplies Industry


Report Shows New-Built Cartridges have more Health Concerns. 

Once again, cheap, new-built toner cartridges purchased off the internet has been found to present serious health concerns. These cartridges have been manufactured with toner that emits unacceptable levels of benzene, cobalt and naphthalene.


Of the new-built cartridges tested, all of them failed. Locally-remanufactured cartridges were also tested and all received passing grades.

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Canon loses, as Zero Degrees is not an Angle

Only days after hearing oral arguments in the matter, the U.S. Federal Circuit Court of Appeals today unanimously decided against Canon in its case of infringement against several aftermarket players, including Aster, Ninestar, Print-Rite, LD Products, and The Supplies Guys, and in favor of the U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC). The issues were presented to the USITC in "In the Matter of Certain Toner Cartridges and Components Thereof" involving Canon's infamous dongle gear.


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Static Control sends Badly-Needed Masks to Area Hospitals

In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, Static Control has donated masks to area medical facilities.


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