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Has anyone used the Epson Luster paper with any inks (specifically Cone's archival color ink) on the Epson 1280/1270? If so, how does that compare with the Epson inks? Most of the ink suppliers indicate that the archival inks (pigment) do not work well with glossy paper. Since the Luster is a glossy paper (that is textured) I wondered. I don't want to spend $350 (CIS + Ink) to test Cone's system only to find the results unsatisfactory. I looked at his web site, and the samples you can purchase do not list the Epson Luster paper as a sample. I am pleased with the Epson inks as far as color and quality on the Luster paper, but would like an ink that lasts longer. These prints are for sale as portraits - currently each given with a color fast caveat and dire warnings of displaying in sunlight. I have tried to keep scanning the digest, but haven't seen any references to this combination. Mark B. Watson firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com - 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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