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Howard Ward / CD Tobie. I don't know if either of you are going to be in San Francisco for Seybold next week but if you are you may be impressed by stopping by booth #3361 (The Digital Atelier.) Karin Schmicke will be running a Roland with the Hexachrome pigmented inkset on Somerset Enhanced. The Hexachrome ink set contains enhanced versions of the subtractive primaries of yellow, magenta, cyan, and black with the addition of a vibrant orange and green. The result is a color space 40% more than CMYK alone. Since the Roland pigmented inkset can hit 97% of this increased color space and can handle 100% ink loads on the Somerset Enhanced, the result is a larger color space, more vivid colors, increased saturation and increased color depth with pigmented inks. It will change your mind about pigmented inksets. Ralph Roessler Legion West Paper > > Date: Wed, 25 Aug 1999 12:42:38 EDT >> Subject: Re: Roland inks in Epson 3000? > > Good answer, but then may I ask which inks would you recommend for the ESC 3000 > given the desire to print reproductions of artwork on a media such as Somerset > PE? > > CDTobie@aol.com wrote: > > > I'm not overly impressed by the gamut of pigment ink sets, I feel I get > > brighter colors, smoother prints, finer reesults in general with dye inks, > > and no clogging. If you want to print outdoor posters, then this set might be > > just the thing for you, but you will need to custom profile them or the color > > will be way out there. - 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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