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I'd bet that you could get clots if pigmented inks sat around for a while, not in the category of anything called "gunk", but potentially problematic. Also it seems possible that clots could be at least partially broken up by a filter, thus returning the full color to the useable ink. Pam Sergei wrote: > > >You see all the gunk will now be trapped on the side of filter that feeds ink > >into the printer. This is not a good thing! As ink is drawn into the printer > > TomCat, I do not know what inks you use but the ones I bought have no > 'gunk', no particles, nothing visible crawling in them. Moreover the > manufacturer said they are filtered and I see no reason not to believe them. > > >And oh yes you normally do ruin the ink seals by using the bottom method. I > > oh no, I didn't. > If I do, I can replace them with ones I kept from epson carts, from the > days I spent $500 on them. > > btw, all that remains from those days are faded prints, small black > o-rings, CcMmY colored sponges and plastic pieces. I wonder, If I do a > post-modern sculpture out of these, would I be able to sell it for $400? > Probably not. > > Sergios. -- Pamela G. Niedermayer Pinehill Softworks Inc. 1221 S. Congress Ave., #1225 Austin, TX 78704 512-416-1141 512-416-1440 fax http://www.pinehill.com - 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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