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Tony, I almost bought one about 14 months ago. They are very good printers and can print 8 inches wider than the 3000. But the image quality isont as good. However, they still churn out very good looking prints. Go to Encad's web site an "order" a sample print. They'll send you one free of charge. The decide for yourself. Tony Karp wrote: > I currently have an Epson Photo EX, which I'm very happy with, and I'm > thinking of getting a larger printer. > > I've seen the refurbished Encad Croma24 for $999, which seems very > reasonable for a printer that's 24" wide. It's only 300 DPI, but that > may be okay for large prints. I can still use the Epson for smaller > prints. The Encad is only a 4-color printer. I guess it's like the > 3000 in that respect. > > I intend to use the printer for printing on watercolor papers like > Somerset Velvet. > > I'm on Windows 95, so I don't think I'll need a RIP for this printer. > > I searched the web, DejaNews, etc, but there's very little info on > this printer. Most of what I found so far is at encad.com. > > Anyone here have one of these printers or know anything about it -- positive or > negative? > > Tony Karp, TLC Systems Corp firstname.lastname@example.org > > Visit our web sites: > Techno-Impressionist Museum: http://www.techno-impressionist.com > TLC Systems: http://www.tlc-systems.com > > - > Please do not include an entire message in your response. Delete the excess. > http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. -- Mike Greer Explore potential income opportunities with Greer and Associates at http://www.ibocity.com/greeraa. Also, Come visit my digital photography web site along with a lot of other interesting stuff at http://www.greer.simplenet.com. - Please do not include an entire message in your response. Delete the excess. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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