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In <URL:news:lokaal.epson> on Tue 24 Aug, Harold Ward wrote: > <<The word I have is that they "do" as the actual ink is manufactured by one of > the very few companies that really make ink from scratch. The Roland > Pigmented Inkset is an epson product, licensed from epson to Roland (epson > 3000 heads) with an exclusive agreement for Roland on use. >> > > Maybe someone could explain how the 3000 heads, which are 4 color (CMYK), are used > in the Roland Hifijet, which is 6 color (CMYKOG)? So do you just use the Roland CMYK > pigmented inks in the 3000, and live with the 4 color limitations? 3000 heads technology, nozzles etc. So the 3000 has four of them and the Roland six. Yes, try Mutoh pigment cartridges, they fit according to Juergen Roesch if my memory is correct. Price here for the 220 ml cartridge about $ 128.- each with twice the capacity of the normal 3000 cartridges. They stick out of the front of course. I intend to do it myself when the Fotonic cartridges in the 3000 are empty and my 9000 works alright. Ernst -- Ernst Dinkla Serigrafie,Zeefdruk The point will never be metric - 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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