Excellent and relevant question. I believe the Kodak units use these types of inks. Indeed, most high-end printers do because of the archival properties vs. dye inks.
Originally Posted by johnnywalker
Unfortunately, I don't have an answer for you as far as compatability goes. Allegedly the Walgreens refill stations do a couple of tests to ensure that the refill ink is not incompatible with the cartridge. If the tests fail, then you don't pay for the refill...
Some manufacturers (e.g. HP) now install electronics that effectively "expires" their cartridges after a certain date - meaning, the printer drivers do not allow you to print if the cartridge is more than "x" days past its manufacture.
I don't know if any incompatability with refill stations would help or hurt Kodak.
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