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Mike: I can't really answer your question about the Pizza Wheels because I've never had them. I have heard that thicker papers are more prone to this effect. Are you using Epson Photo paper? If you are, I think I would be discussing the matter with Epson. You might want to look at the archives for this list. There have been many posts on this subject. Some folks have even removed the output feed wheels that apparently cause this problem. I certainly wouldn't do that. I would stay after Epson for proper alignment or another machine. The fact that most machines don't have them seems to tell me it's a simple alignment problem. Good luck! Andy Mike Massee wrote: > Andrew D. Dierlam wrote: > > Finally, I have not had the first "clog" and I haven't had "pizza wheels"!!! > > Does the pizza wheels effect refer to the fact that the printer leaves > little indented dot tracks on the paper? If so mine's got those...is it > a defect? Can it be fixed? Or do I live with it as a side effect (it > only shows up when you angle the paper to directly reflect a light > source into your eyes.) > > > The Epson 1200 is one fine machine. > > Besides the above mentioned flaw, I am totally happy. > > Waiting for archival inks so I can feel good about actually selling some > prints instead of giving them away. :) > > --Mike > > Mike Massee - email@example.com > Freelance Lightwave Jockey > D I G I T A L D O M A I N > - > Please do not include an entire message in your response. Delete the excess. > http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. - 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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