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Tim: Let's not make rash statements about high stability inksets with lower gamuts. I've been using Mile High's version of Ilford's Archiva inks in my ESC3000 since November and feel they compare quite favorably with Epson's Ink. I have not done any "gamut" mapping, but if Dan Culbertson is willing to run the tests, I would be happy to send him the swatch print. BUT the Encad GO inkset I believe is pigmented, and yes, Tim, you are right--pigmented sets have what can be termed a"pre-faded" look. John Nollendorfs JN Photography Lincoln, NE > > Date: Mon, 09 Aug 1999 23:19:50 -0700 > From: Tim Vitale <email@example.com> > Subject: Re: Encad Croma24 - any thoughts? > > Would the Encad Chroma24 take the Encad GO inkset. Wilhelm > <http://www.wilhelm-research.com/Print_Permanence_/print_permanence_.html> > is predicting 175 years, and still counting. That is very stable. > > All high stability inksets have lower gamut's. From what I read, it > sounds as if Encad inks are low in saturation as well? > > Tim Vitale > Preservation Associates > 510-594-8277 - 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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