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Bill Jackson wrote: > Is anyone out there using their epson 3000 for doing "prepress" proofs for > advertising agencies that need prints of their point of purchase and > process print projects to show their clients? Many agencies here use > "rainbow" proofs which can cost $75.00 and more for a proof that's not as > large as 17 x 22. I would think that an epson proof on 17 x 22 size gloss > paper might fetch $35.00 ea? Is anybody doing this? We're a professional photography / graphic design studio using a lot of digital photography. We normally charge at least $35 for a Kodak DS-9000 12 x 19" dye-sub print very much like the 3M Rainbow print. Our materials cost is something under $6.00 per print. The color is generally more accurate than the Epson 3000 (though the Epson is not bad), so we use that for prepress. We use the Epson for inhouse and general proofing, and charge about $30 for a 12 x 19 size and a bit more for larger sizes. david -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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