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MC-10 Maintenance Cartridge for Canon IPF650/655/750/755
 
3.2

(based on 6 reviews)

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    (1)

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    (2)

80%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy installation (5)

Cons

  • Small volume (4)

Best Uses

  • Office (5)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Frequent user (3), Heavy duty user (3)

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5.0

It Works nothing else much to it

By Ken

from Los Angeles

About Me Heavy Duty User

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy Installation

Cons

  • Small Volume

Best Uses

  • Artwork
  • Office
  • Photos and Graphics
  • Publishing

Comments about MC-10 Maintenance Cartridge for Canon IPF650/655/750/755:

Purchased for a Canon iPF-765 works as supposed to.

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5.0

Very Quick Service at a Low Price

By MBO INC

from Petaluma,CA

About Me Frequent User

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy Installation

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Office

    Comments about MC-10 Maintenance Cartridge for Canon IPF650/655/750/755:

    Part worked as advertised and I am very happy with the product

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    5.0

    exactly what i needed

    By Lauren

    from Mississippi

    About Me Heavy Duty User

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy Installation

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Office

      Comments about MC-10 Maintenance Cartridge for Canon IPF650/655/750/755:

      This was exactly what I was looking for. Super fast shipping! Great experience!

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      2.0

      What a Sham!

      By davidkord

      from Lewisville

      About Me Frequent User

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy Installation

      Cons

      • Small Volume

      Best Uses

        Comments about MC-10 Maintenance Cartridge for Canon IPF650/655/750/755:

        You can't have a canon 600/700/800 series plotter and not ever need a maintenance cartridge. You have to have it at one point of time or another. The great thing about it is that it works when you replace it. The bad thing about it is that once you change a printhead, the maintenance cartridge fills up and you need to replace it again. I can't believe that you would have to pay somewhere between [$] and [$]for this piece of plastic. There must be a way to reuse what you have and not to buy a plastic thingy for so much dough.

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        1.0

        Expensive & Short Lived

        By DavidKord

        from Lewisville, TX

        About Me Frequent User

        Pros

          Cons

          • Small Volume

          Best Uses

          • Home
          • Office

          Comments about MC-10 Maintenance Cartridge for Canon IPF650/655/750/755:

          Let's face it. If you have a IPF plotter, you have to buy it. So forget about the rating and dish out a lot of money. If you change a printhead, have one of these trays handy because you will need it since the printhead will discharge all its ink before you remove it.

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          1.0

          Scam in required part form

          By CMalone

          from Long Island City, NY

          About Me Heavy Duty User

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Consistent Alignment
          • Easy Installation

          Cons

          • Small Volume

          Best Uses

          • Artwork
          • Home
          • Office
          • Photos and Graphics
          • Publishing

          Comments about MC-10 Maintenance Cartridge for Canon IPF650/655/750/755:

          So this part is essentially a plastic case to catch all the ink sludge from the cannon ipf755 that gets generated while printing large format documents. Your plotter prints, and i guess deposits the leftover goo into into this plastic cartridge. It functions well with little mess when changing the cartridge, but its got a feature that regulates how many times you can print to the cartridge (ie how much sludge) it will catch, before it must be replaced... Its not by weight (as we opened our first once and removed the inky goop and it wouldn't accept the old cartridge as new), but by either time active or pages printed. So to me this begs the question of why we must pay $[$] for a piece of plastic thats only job is to catch ink goop every few months? And if you want to reuse these things, why wouldn't a washed out piece of plastic be available? Like the ink, it seems like just another way for Cannon to bleed its customers like stuck pigs... So I'll buy it, and I'll use it. But I wont be happy about it...

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