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Re: [BKARTS] printing photographs

> I have no objection to Epson printers.  The quality is
> generally high. However, I do object to their extortionate
> ink policy.  They sell their ink in expensive cartridges with
> chips which allow only one use.  That makes refilling
> difficult.  Also, most of their desktop printers are not made
> to permit easy replacement of the print heads.

For most mid- and high-end range Epson printers you can buy third-party
continuous ink supply systems or buy ink in bulk. For larger editions,
this is the way to go.



Also, certain combinations of pigment ink and pure rag paper perform
extremely well in longevity tests carried out by Wilhelm Imaging
Research Institute.

Mats Broberg

Stockholm - Sweden

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