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In a message dated 6/13/99 8:26:05 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes: >I have been paying to have Iris prints made of my work for several years. > I > >would like to be able to print smaller images myself. Here are my > >requirements: > > > >1. Archival watercolor paper (such as Sommerset Velvet); > > > >2. Archival inks (I sell to individuals and galleries that expect a lasting > >product). > > > >3. As large as possible on a desktop printer. > > > >So, which Epson? Which inks. This one is easy: the watercolor paper and maximum size, while staying on the desktop definately add up to the Stylus 3000. It prints sizes to 17 by 44 inches, handles the archival inks better than smaller head printers and the slightly coarser dots are not significant on watercolro papers. The large ink tanks and better feed options, as well as the modest current cost for such a substantial unit make it a great deal for this type of use. Your only issues will be which ink, which paper, how to connect it to your computers, and which (if any) RIP to buy with it... C. David Tobie Design Cooperative CDTobie@designcoop.com -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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