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ALPS holds up better than inkjets for sure. Has anyone used the archival/waterproof inks for transfers? Are they better/worse than OEM? My 3000 produces stunning transfers, with the caveat that without extra care .. inside out, cold water, tumble or line dry medium heat, they will fade. I've been using the paper from Conde ... copy trans. Is Wyndstone better? We are using an 850 with Sawgrass inks for dyesub stuff .. cups, plates, tiles etc. and the output is beautiful, but they will fade if left in direct sun (an accidental discovery, cup left outside on the patio table for a week while we were gone) Hanes and Arawatek are out with new poly T's for dye sub that are supposedly excellent in terms of wash ability ... will find out soon. > > > I do not know of any fade tests submitted for the ALPS. I hope to do a full > suite. > Rex Baumgardner Earthe Art Imaging www.eartheartimaging.com "attitude determines outcome" - 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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