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RE: Better Plain Paper Printing



At 08:54 AM 12/13/99 -0800, Sam McCandless wrote:
The 
>more expensive, meant to be "archival", inks would not be 
>uneconomical for me if they resulted in longer lasting prints on such 
>paper. Because I am interested in text and line-art quality as well 
>as image quality ... (snip)

You might consider trying a 6-color Canon printer with archival inks:  they
spray a precoat under each drop, which prevents (to some extent) bleeding on
plain papers.  I don't know how easy/hard they are to refill, though, or how
the precoat would affect the longevity of archival inks.

Mitch V. 

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