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On Mon, 17 Jan 2000, J. Arthur Davis wrote: > Pam: > This is one time I have to agree with you completely. It has been almost > a year since I first ran into Tom. He had this great refilling unit. I > tried to work a joint venture with him and get it to market. I could > never get him to move off square one and work on it. I think he has a > very viable product and I would like to offer it to my customers. I > really don't know what his problem is. > > When someone gets tired of his procrastination and mentions it, he goes > up in flames. I really wish he would cool his jets. All this flame does > is get a thread started that none of us want. I'm looking at it from another point of view. There seem to be at least two camps here. One camp, led by TomCat, apparently know how to refill and get good results. Then there's the "other" camp that either doesn't dare, or maybe they tried, failed, and gave up. Problem is, this refilling business seems to entail a lot of voodoo and black magic. Those who know how apparently haven't been able to communicate the keys to their success. So far, I'm still in the "can't make it work reliably" camp. I don't know if it's the particular ink I'm working with, or what. And I'm not sure how long my patience will hold trying to get this to work. I'm seriously concerned about doing irreparable harm to my new printer. rafe b. - Please turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for instructions.
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