I am looking at mainly A3+ printers.
I am struggling with printer prices vs. ink costs vs. dye and pigment inks. Epson refrains from mentioning the kind of ink with the ink model numbers, like the 107 inks for the new ET-18100. I don't know Epson does that. like the ET-8550. which is the lowlier Claria premium.
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Hi, ink-stained fingers! I hope you are well. I desperately need your help. I am looking at buying an eco tank printer A3+ like the ET-8550 (Claria Premium, I think), the ET-16600 (Durabrite), and the L1800 (T673 inks, Claria?). I need a printer for photos matte. the et-8550 is very popular, maybe pigment inks would be better, which leaves printers like the Epson 16600 with 3 colors. thanks
Hi Ink stained fingers, I am a School photographer with quite a big photo production. I own three Epson Surelab D3000 printers, (my yearly production is over 10.000m2) I wonder if is there any good alternative to Epson original Inks, not to worry about fading?