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Only the very best remanufacturing components and replenishment supplies available are used at NuGen – from the world’s preeminent manufacturers such as SCC, Future Graphics & Uninet Imaging.
Only the very best remanufacturing components and replenishment supplies available are used at NuGen – from the world’s preeminent manufacturers such as SCC (Static Control Components), Future Graphics & Uninet Imaging.
The tools, processes, jigs and fixtures that are used at NuGen’s facility are state-of-the-art, and some of these have been developed in-house to overcome post-test defects. Cartridge Technicians at NuGen are trained and deployed at various levels – for Low-Yield, High-Yield, Wide-Format and Color-Laser Supplies.
All finished cartridges at NuGen are meticulously tested. Any new component or process-step-modification for each cartridge-type is evaluated for print-quality as well as yield.
The “Smart-Chips” that go into NuGen cartridges are fully IP-Compliant, and function under 100% emulation of the OEM chip. This ensures that even if an automated firmware update occurs across the internet on a printing device, the remanufactured cartridge will continue to perform exactly as the original.
NuGen has already implemented and is following all processes under the guidelines of ISO 9001-2008 standard, and is set to receive the quality certification during 2014-2015.
NuGen has been an STMC Compliant company, certified by the International Imaging Technology Council for the period ending Jan 2012. Once the IITC establishes a color standard for certification, NuGen shall renew the same to reflect their augmentation in standards.
STMC stands for Standard Test Methods Committee under the IITC, who have established the procedures and guidelines under American Standard Test Methods – viz. ASTM F 1856 in measuring Toner Usage, and ASTM F 2036 in the calculation of Average Solid Area Density and Background.
At the time when NuGen obtained its certification, there were 127 STMC Compliant companies worldwide, and NuGen was one of 7 Indian companies amongst these.