Since 1990, Rick Lacey has been involved in most every aspect of inkjet cartridge remanufacturing. Starting with an inkjet class taught by a former Hewlett Packard engineer, he learned the inner workings of the inkjet cartridge and started taking apart every type of inkjet cartridge he could find. In doing so, he learned what caused them to die and how they could be refilled and reused more often.
During the next few years Rick designed a production facility that grew to 35 technicians who, under his supervision, remanufactured 40,000+ inkjet cartridges a month. His facility supplied some of the largest cartridge suppliers in the world i.e. NCR and Burroughs who in turn supplied national chain superstores. This kind of growth allowed him to develop new tools, better processes, and to help engineer and build machinery that automated and streamlined the remanufacturing of cartridges. [READ MORE]
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