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On Thu, 26 Oct 2000 09:38:16 -0500, you wrote: >Hello-- > >I have a stylus 3000 and have been using Epson OEM inks since >I originally purchased it one year ago. I have been using the >printer for graphic design color comps, but will now be using it >as well for fine art prints. > >I am considering Xtreme Gamut with Ilford papers (at the moment, >my number one choice), as well as Generations 4.0 pigment inks, >Ilford Archiva inks, and MIS. I have ruled out Lysonic inks because >of the lower color gamut I have read from this list. I use MIS inks in my 3000 but I don't print on glossy paper, I ran out of glossy before installing the MIS inks so if your comps need glossy I can't vouch for that. I recently saw a print from a 3000 using Lysonic inks and was very, very impressed by the richness of the colors. It was printed on Somerset Velvet with a profile from Jon Cone. MIS works great with Arches watercolor paper, no clogs. > >I cannot afford to deal with clogging heads, so that is another >factor in this decision. > >Thanks all in advance for your welcomed opinions-- > >Lois Stanfield >LightSource Images >Encinitas, California Shawn Coggins http://www.herronparkhorsetrials.org/ - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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