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> >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. Tony, the encad couldn't hold a candle to an epson printing on watercolor paper. The results are terribly grainy and washed out. Jerry Be SURE you see an important file of yours printed on an encad before you buy it. > >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 email@example.com > >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. > - 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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