Advanced Laser Solutions is a state of the art company
that specializes in the re-manufacturing of laser
We do this at our facility located in Kirkland
Washington, near Seattle. Because laser cartridges
are so common, original manufacturers have created a
revenue stream of disposability and re-supply.
plastic used to create/cast the frame of a single laser
cartridge is very sturdy. The "wear" parts of a laser
cartridge are the other metal fittings in these devices.
To drive sales of new cartridges, manufacturers have
engineered these "wear" parts to have a minimum life
span. Our techs carefully disassemble and rebuild
every cartridge with long life parts that exceed
manufacturers specs. Our rebuilt cartridges are so
well made that statistics show that they are far less
likely to fail than the product that came with your
printer originally. And while I'm on the
subject of driving a market... did you know that OEM
manufacturers only fill their cartridges part way?
Partly this is because their own wear parts don't hold
up and partly to increase sales. Other re-builders also
know this and use it in their sales pitch "We fill to
maximum capacity, you get more... yada yada".
Unfortunately, over filling causes a higher rate of
failure and lost productivity. Our cartridges are
optimally filled, often exceeding OEM products by 50%,
resulting in far longer service life and significantly
higher copy counts and better productivity. Our 19 plus years experience,
modern equipment, experienced technique and quality control systems
combined with our
parts, employee training and superior customer service
give our customers a
concern free experience.
Our Kirkland manufacturing plant is state of the art. We
use only environmentally sound products and
applications. Our materials recycle program and
positive airflow clean room assembly with dust
collection is space age, protecting our employees, our
community and our environment.
Fact: A cartridge requires at least one quart of oil to
make. Imagine that a cartridge tossed in a
landfill, is the same as dumping a quart of oil onto the
ground. One quart of oil may pollute up to 150,000
gallons of water. Yuck!