Nano-cartridges BURSTEN?

Good day!

Anyone uses nano-Bursten cartridges for Canon printers Pixma? What can you say about print quality? How about missing one cartridge refills? Primarily interested in printing photos.

Want to buy yourself such for the Canon Pixma IP4700. Are there any pitfalls?

Thank you!
October 8th 19 at 01:04
2 answers
October 8th 19 at 01:06
Well, it's like a normal PZK (refillable ink cartridges), their uses are many people in the print quality is not affected, it affects only what you pour in there will. I would certainly did not mess around with USC would put a CISS myself (I just do what I have done so already). And then to refill the ink enema 25 ml — not our choice )))
I have the same printer is CISS, a second printer, now I think maybe there is better USC to put. And CISS something to porosity was sometimes tired to deal with it :) Head cleaned, CISS pumped, all to no purpose, after a certain time arrived and that's it. - Mylene38 commented on October 8th 19 at 01:09
On Canon it is better to do PZK, because CISS in these printer adds the second stage of balancing, the one already there (the compartment with the filler), as a result, it can cause frequent problems with the arrival or Vice versa overflow of ink. In this design, diagnosis is difficult. - kelton.Daugherty commented on October 8th 19 at 01:12
October 8th 19 at 01:08
Nanometric is just a variation of refillable cartridges manufactured by Chinese company SkyHorse. Bursten is just a branding in Russia. "Nano" is different from the usual "upravljalec" other material, another implementation of the protection of press air. Fundamentally different is the 3rd generation nano cartridges (baslatma CISS) — frame with chips is placed in the printer one time, separately there is two sets of replacement refillable ink tanks. It saves a contact group, printer chips, and also allows you to change cartridges without the need for the tassel.

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