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Re: Inkjet permanence



If you want archival prints before you decide on a printer check to make
sure that the third party ink suppliers will support archival inks.  Not all
prints have archival inks available to them. Most manufacturer's do not
produce archival inks for their inkjets.  These usually have to be gotten
through 3rd party ink providers. I know that some but not all of the epson
printers have archival inks.  I think that the 6  or 7 color printers are
still in the works (they may have just been released.)  The last time I
looked I did not see any archival inks for the cannon (that was a couple of
months ago this may have changed).  I know nothing about the status of inks
for the hp.
linda
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-----Original Message-----
From: Jessica Spring <SpringTJS@AOL.COM>
To: BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU <BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU>
Date: Monday, May 03, 1999 1:25 PM
Subject: Re: Inkjet permanence


>In a message dated 5/3/99 12:54:53 PM, jsiegel@ACNET.NET writes:
>
><< I am going to get a new printer that handles large format paper. My
current
>printer only prints about 90% of a legal page.  >>
>
>What are you planning to buy? I'm looking for a tabloid printer myself and
>have wondered about an Epson.
>jessica


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