On the face of it, you need 4 tables: Printer Manufacturers (all their details and an ID Code), Printers (details of the various models with Id code), Cartridges (models and Id) and i ama assuming uou need a table for Cartridge Manufacturers if more than 1 manufacturer can make cartridges for the same printer).
The relationship is:
Printer Manufacturer to Printer = 1 to many
Printer to Cartridge = 1 to 1 (or may be 1 to many if more than 1 cartridge can fit a printer - you will know that)
Cartridge Maunfacturer to Cartridge 1 to many (probably)
Link the tables on Id codes
You can now create Queries to list:
- all the Printer Manufacturers details
- details for specific PMs
- all printers made by PMs
- all cartridges used by printers
- all Cartridge manufacturers details
- all cartridges made by all or any cartridge manufacturers
- all cartridges to fit a specific PM's printers
etc etc etc
The sky's the limit!
I strongly recommend you follow the Access tutorial which explains database design (normalisation) extremely well.