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In <URL:news:lokaal.epson> on Thu 04 Nov, Tim Olive wrote: > Jon Cone wrote: > > > I was on the panel discussion at the PhotoPlus with Wilhelm as well as the > > manager of Epson > > materials and applications who said during our discussion that they are > > "planning" an archival ink within 12 months. It sounds more like a plan > > than a concept. > When his statement was later followed by the Epson rep's comments on the > forthcoming archival inks, I instantly thought about Henry's twinkle. Is it > possible that he has already seen these inks, and is in fact already testing > them? It would not be unreasonable that if they are using the word > "archival" that they would be already in the process of determining exactly > how archival they can make them. Henry is definitely the expert here. Maybe Henry has seen those inks and tested them already in the disguise of the Roland pigment inks. Epson fabricates them. Instead of printing the bag inside they only have to print the cartridge with 'Epson' and sell them. More than 100 years on Concorde Rag, archival enough for me. Ernst -- Ernst Dinkla Serigrafie,Zeefdruk The point will never be metric - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.