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----- Original Message ----- From: <PhotoRoy6@aol.com> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2002 5:07 PM Subject: Re: inkset shelf life (was Re: Ink options for a 1280) > Ernst, > Are you sure? I never heard any 9000 or 7000 users complain about the > orange fade of the 1270 dye. > Roy > > In a message dated 2/18/02 6:08:34 AM EST, E.Dinkla@chello.nl writes: > > > There's no need to buy the 10000 carts if you live in the USA. > > There are 9000 (220 ml) and 7000 (110 ml) carts that have the > > same ink. The price per ml is almost the same on the 9000 carts > > AFAIK. Check the Epson USA site. Be careful: there are of course > > still the old dyes available in the same carts. > > > > Ernst On request of 7000 and 9000 users that felt left behind when the 1270 etc/10000 'archival' dye inks appeared Epson decided to make available 7000 and 9000 carts filled with the 'archival' dye. This is quite recent, so long after the orange plague. Only available in the USA I have to add (we in Europe are already so far behind that Epson never bothered, not in the orange plague disaster 1270 replacements, not in special rebates, not in nice paper rolls when a new pro printer is bought nor in this ink case) :-( Well it doesn't matter that much, tommorow I will install CISses on two 9000's of customers that will no longer use Epson dyes :-) They might have thought different if Epson thought of them. http://prographics.epson.com/room/press_photodye.html Ernst - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.