Category Archives: Printing / Printer FAQ

Best Sublimation Printer

Sublimation printing is a relatively new technology; it has only been available for personal, desktop use for a few years. As you can imagine, this means that the number of “sublimation-specific” printers out there is relatively low. In fact, Sawgrass is the only company that currently produces sublimation-specific printers for personal use. Surprisingly, that doesn’t… Read More »

Sublimation Printer / Printing

If you’ve spent any time online, you’ve likely come across advertisements for personalized shirts, coffee mugs, mousepads, and more. Or, if you’ve ever passed storefronts while walking around town, you’ve likely noticed large, vibrant banners and posters advertising the wares inside. All of these things have one important thing in common: they were likely created… Read More »

How Do You Trick HP Ink Cartridges?

“Low ink levels. Replace ink cartridge.” I cannot count the number of times I’ve stared at this exact message, jaw clenched in frustration, as I tried to telepathically explain to my printer that the ink cartridge it is sensing is a brand new one.  When you find yourself in this situation, it can be an… Read More »

How to Print Double-Sided on Microsoft Word

If you are someone who prints word documents frequently, you know that the cost of paper can add up quickly. It is therefore always nice when you can find efficient ways to cut your costs.  One of the easiest ways to cut down on costs (and save trees) is through double-sided printing. This article details… Read More »

Why is My Printer Offline?

Wireless printers have ushered in a new age of convenience. With the click of a button, you can send a document to a printer a foot away, a room away, or even a full town away (as was the case with my former work printer). However, with the emergence of this new technology, we have… Read More »

What Does Collate Mean in Printing

To collate or not collate? That is the question. Collating is one of the most useful settings on modern printers. However, as many of us have discovered as we’ve sat with our cursor over the “collate” button, trying to determine when it is beneficial to use collation is not as easy as it sounds. This… Read More »