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Re: [BKARTS] BOOK_ARTS-L Digest - 3 Mar 2003 to 4 Mar 2003 (#2003-63)



Epson has many different printers listed on their website. Below are the
specs on some of them. The C82 and 2200 are considered desktop, the 3000
and 7600 are considered wide format although the 3000 sits on a desktop
and a stand for the 7600 is optional. The 3000 was introduced several
years ago and doesn't have the resolution of the more current printers
for photographic output but does a gorgeous job on plain or textured
papers for b/w and color. It is by far the cheapest way to get into "wide
format" printing. If you want to make the leap to 24" and $3000 the 7600
does everything and uses archival inks.
Dot

EPSON Stylus C82
$129.00
8.5" x 14"
5760 x 1440 dpi
22 ppm black text
USB, Parallel, opt'l Ethernet or Wireless

EPSON Stylus Photo 2200
$699.00
!3" wide
2880 x 1440 dpi
7-color UltraChrome inks for 80 years lightfastness
Individual ink cartridges
3 separate paper paths

EPSON Stylus Color 3000
$995.00
17" x 22" Wide Format
1440 x 720 dpi
4-color EPSON Dye5 Inks

EPSON 7600
$2,995.00
24" Wide Format
2880 x 1440 dpi
6-color EPSON Photographic Dye & 7-color UltraChrome Inks

>How do the Epson printers being discussed (the 3000, the 2200, the C80 and
>C82)
>do with black and white line art and with reproduction of non-photo color art
>(watercolor paintings and the like)? Anybody?

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