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    Default inkjets etc

    I'm going to start outputting my films with an injet printer. Any suggestions on make model etc?

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    Epson 3000 if you can find one refurbished.

    Films up to 17 x 22.

    You could probably find one now for less than $500.

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    No wonder the chicks go for Richie.

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    an old co-worker of mine actually got the 3000 to print off a roll. it worked really well to. het got one of those roller carriage type things because rold won't fit the printer itself and you just have to make sure there is some slack in the film. but made some kick ass big films with it that registered perfect.

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    I just got an epson 7200 (I think) at work... If I got a roll of film, ya think that think would work??

    Ok, I just looked at the epson site. Its either a 7000 or 7500 Maybe even one of the fancy ink ones (My boss, who knows NOTHING, told be it had 6 ink colors... Would that be the 7600or 9600??)

    Now to find out how much film is!

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    look at the site inkjetart.com. i dont kow if they sell films but they do have a lot of info about the various printers and inks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skip Zero
    I just got an epson 7200 (I think) at work... If I got a roll of film, ya think that think would work??

    Ok, I just looked at the epson site. Its either a 7000 or 7500 Maybe even one of the fancy ink ones (My boss, who knows NOTHING, told be it had 6 ink colors... Would that be the 7600or 9600??)

    Now to find out how much film is!
    if it is 7600, (that sounds right) it works good, there are a bunch of different films work. You need something with a special receptive coating, check with either the Inkjet supply dealers, or a local screen supplier.

    Richie is of course correct, the 3000 is a good little horse. the 4000 is nice if you have the coin, higher resolution. same with the 7600, and it's bigger.
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    Todo es empezar.

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    cool, thanks for the help. I'll check into the 3000. Is the 1520 any good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by j
    cool, thanks for the help. I'll check into the 3000. Is the 1520 any good?
    yes, just smaller 13x19 I think.
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