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And depending on your printer, don't forget that when one color is 'empty', you must replace the whole cartridge, not just the one color. Theoretically, the others could be close to full ! So the waste factor is actually more unless of course you always use the same amounts of each color (but your 25% reduction number may factor that in ?) :) Charlie ----- Original Message ----- firstname.lastname@example.org > writes: > << I wonder how many prints one can pull off a set of 4oz bottles? The printer > seems to have an outstanding ink economy. I'm guessing 4oz of ink would be > good for at least 800 letter sized prints. >> >From: <PhotoRoy6@aol.com> > Well I know how many square inches I get from a Epson OEM cart. (3000 square > inches at 720 dpi on HWM and PGPP) How many onuces are in a chipped cart? > Then reduce that number by 25 % as that about how much on the ink is left > when the chip clicks off. From that number I can estimate how many prints one > will get from 4 ounces in a CIS. --- Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). Version: 6.0.320 / Virus Database: 179 - Release Date: 1/30/02 - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.