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Tech support used to vary considerably with inkjetmall.com. Sometimes it was great, other times they ignored repeated requests for help. When the system works, it's great, if you like the brownish tones on white papers. Nice tones on warm toned papers though. Getting a really deep black was problematic for me, the MIS VM inks were better at delivering deep blacks, and I also like the cold tones and the price much better than Cones tones and prices. Whatever works for you, is great. They do seem to have more problems with clogging and greenish prints than most, but I haven't used the piezo system for a many months now, so don't know if those problems have been fixed. Jer email@example.com wrote: > My experience with Piezography, Jon Cone and folks, and the 1160 is > absolutely different than reported here. > > I have been running the 1160 with Piezography for a year now, using a CIS. > What we all need to remember is that we are using the printer hardware > differently than it was designed to be used. And, we are pioneering in this > inkjet printing business. Any time I have had difficulty I have found Jon's > tech support to be right there. They don't always have the answers. . . > They work with you until they find them! I can't imagine going any other > way with my printing! Check out their mail list, and see what others think > as well. > > Brian Gorman > firstname.lastname@example.org > 917-653-5198 > > At 11:49 AM 3/26/02 -0800, you wrote: > >Ken, I've been down this road, Piezography, 1160 and all. The tech support > >for Piezography is somewhat limited - although I have been able to talk > >directly to Jon Cone, I never got any satisfaction. > > - > Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate > subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.