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These results are very encouraging. The problem I have found with the Lysonic E inks is their inability to reproduce true reds. I had Jon Cone produce a custom Profile for the inks and his profile could not get the reds where they had to be. The inks want to reproduce reds as an orange rust color. This can be a real problem. Jim Davis www.visual-artists.com mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org Racetratr@aol.com wrote: > > In a message dated 11/1/99 8:24:28 AM, email@example.com writes: > > << EPSON STYLUS 3000 PRINTER (4-ink Lysonic E Inks) > Luminos Lumijet Premium DW Glossy (discon.) >120 years > Luminos Lumijet Premium Tapestry X (tentative) >120 years > Arches Cold Press Paper 50-55 years > Somerset Velvet Paper >25 years > UltraStable Canvas (glossy) >15 years > Lysonic Standard Fine Art Paper 4-6 years > Epson Photo Paper (1998 "Improved type) 4-5 years > >> > > Was there any mention of Waterford DI in the new figures? In previous > testing, it has matched Arches Cold Press for permanence with various ink > sets. I gather Waterford isn't a popular paper on this list, but it's what > I'm using for all my artwork..... > > --David Stock > - > ** Dygraphics November Sale: 15% off on most 8.5 x 11 media, ** > ** including Concorde Rag, Somerset Velvet, Capri Canvas, ** > ** and Liege: http://www.dygraphics.com or 888-786-8832 ** - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.