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Cathy Brown wrote: > > <snip: At the same time I also made comparison prints using Weber-Valentine > WP-170, Lumijet Glossy RC, and Lumijet Gallery Gloss, but that's for another > post. I hope that this is useful,> > > Useful, indeed. Am very interested in the next post on WV and Luminos > papers. > I don't know how useful people will find this, since it is our company making the paper and doing the test, kinda like the fox in charge of the hen house, to the untrusting and or cynical among us. When we get to independent testing it should mean more. However, The JPG series papers will be the next paper we test after we are finished with the GUARDIANú. I will tell, you for a while I thought the lumijet glossy might have been ours, bought through one of our distributors, and relabeled. However, at Siggraph I got a chance to look at it and I brought a sheet back to the plant also. That paper is not ours, It looks similar, but it does have a warmer yellow cast as apposed to our cool blue cast. It does appear that who ever coates it for them, probably buys and uses a similar formula to our own. I also noticed the pH of the 2 papers is slightly different. Ours has a pH of 6.8 the lumijet seems, I just used a pH pen, so it is not the most acurtae, to have a pH closer to 7. John Goerger www.weber-valentine.com Toll Free 1-800-323-9642 USA ONLY 1-847-439-7111 Fax: 1-847-439-6887 - 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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