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I need to print graphics on transparencies, about 8 x 10 inches in size and I need as vibrant and saturated colors as possible. I am actually using it as color projection filters and each color patch is about 1 x 1 mm (40 x 40 thousands of an inch). Unfortunately, and typically, the colors are rather washed out so far on my tries. I saw some printed on an HP960 and they were better but not great. 1. What is the best combination of material using Epson OEM inks for either an Epson 880 or 1270 since I already have those printers? 2. What other printer suggestions? 3. What commercial type of printer would be suitable? I am hoping to do the printing myself since dimensional accuracy is critical down to a few thousands of an inch across the whole page and I am individually adjusting X-Y dimensions in the software to compensate for printer inaccuracies. I think the best result would be regular photographic slide film but how do I get that exposed and developed and at the same time accurate control the size? TIA Bertho - 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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