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I've been using that combo for the last six weeks with fewer clogs then I ever had on my EX. I think the fact that the carts are always full helps to prevent clogs. CIS is a great system. MIS inks are close to OEM gamut but lack the 'snap' that the OEM has I did some quick & dirty tests this summer with MIS inks & arches cold press no sign of fading after a month of 12 hours a day of direct sunlight. The paper was very wrinkled since it kept falling in the grass during the infrequent rain storms. (no bleed on arches) > >I just ordered a nomorecarts CIS based on what I have read here and plan to >use it with MIS inks. Will this work well? Clogging?? > >What is bronzing? I have noticed uneven gloss in the different colors(mostly >black). Is this bronzing? > >Has anyone tried Epson dye based ink with archival glossy/matte paper? How >large of a factor is the paper in longevity? And the ink? I realize that >each combo will give different results but has anyone done well with dye ink >and archival paper? > >That's it for now as I am getting tired of typing. > >Thanks, Mike. 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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