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Re: Epson Printers & Archival Inks

This continuous inking system sounds wonderful -- I'm almost afraid to hope.
I've actually refilled Epson 1200 cartridges and had some luck with the
whole process, but also a lot of mess and headaches. I've only recently
found out how hit-or-miss the whole sponge/vacuum thing can be.

Has anyone on the list tried this system?

Nancy Birnes


> From: "Susan K. Gaylord" <skgaylord@MAKINGBOOKS.COM>
> Reply-To: "Book_Arts-L: READ THE FAQ at http://www.philobiblon.com"
> Date: Fri, 30 Mar 2001 08:36:34 -0500
> Subject: Re: Epson Printers & Archival Inks
> Dear Friends
> I recently saw a continuing inking system for epson printers and was very
> impressed. It looks a little strange but you hook up tubes and feed the
> printer
> from bottles of ink. The cost is much less and the owner was very pleased with
> how it worked. The system is only available for certain models. I was
> impressed
> enough to consider selling my pretty new Epson 1520 and getting a printer that
> can use the system. You can find out more info at http://www.nomorecarts.com
> A site for archival inks is http://www.inkjetart.com
> in good spirit
> Susan
> --
> Susan Kapuscinski Gaylord
> Newburyport, MA
> skgaylord@makingbooks.com
> http://www.makingbooks.com

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