Getting Fingers Dirty
- Sep 27, 2018
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- Epson various
Hannah I'm wondering what your market is, if it's the fine art or art reproduction market then you might consider moving up to a professional epson printer like the new Surecolor SC-P7500 24" printer, inks per ml are much cheaper and are available in 150ml, 350ml and 700ml carts and paper rolls become an option as well, in addition the inks are pigment based inks and have a much longer archival rating than dye based inks if print longevity is important for your customers.I run an arts prints business and open back up for business soon so really struggling to know what to do.
Can anyone please help?
View attachment 11272 First nozzle check after cleaning and leaving over night.
View attachment 11273 Second nozzle check after pressing 'clean nozzle heads' on epson printer.
Larger colour gamut is also possible with more inks and black and white images will benefit from the additional gray ink shades.
Maybe a larger printer might open new market opportunities for you, it all depends on your customer base.