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Gary Sellani wrote: > > Does the Hawk Mountain paper allow the Epson printers to print at the > 720dpi? How does the longevity compare with the Epson paper? > > > Try this. > > Ira > > http://www.hawkmtnartpapers.com/ You can print Hawk Mountain paper at any setting. It is a 100% cotton rag, mould made paper. The weight is 250 gsm. The paper is one of the best inkjet papers created today. The developer "George Coons" developed it just for inkjet printing. I have been printing with it for quite sometime now and print all my art reproductions with it. It prints so close to Somerset Velvet you can't tell the difference. I have used Lysonic E inks, MIS inks, Epson OEM inks, HP 2500 and 3500 dye based and archival inks with this paper. I have not been disappointed with any of the combinations. One thing though, you must profile the inks for the printer and paper. With the pigmented inks I have used the reds tend to print toward the orange. I think Jon Cone has worked out a profile for this paper that has corrected this problem. You can get this paper from several dealers throughout the country. Jim Davis www.visual-artists.com/paper - Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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