The fastet fading ink

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I have to admit that this stuff fades faster that some third party dye ink I've used in the past.. ( but not by much..:rolleyes: )
 

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I have to admit that this stuff fades faster that some third party dye ink I've used in the past.. ( but not by much
Yes, I had such a fast fading ink as well - from China - you could easily see changes from day to day,
and I'm scratching my head how I could create a profile for such an ink...............
 
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Actually it wasn't Chinese ink but from a German manufacturer in Köngen that, If I remember correctly, you dont appreciate much.
Instead, their black pigment for Canon Pixmas wasn't bad at all. I used it for a good number of years and I never saw the dreaded warped lattice on the nozzle tests of the black pigment nozzles.
 
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I can see some usage for this. Like a trial version of a floor plan for the costumer, as long as I don't tell that the project is just going to disapear in a few hours.🤣
I would love to go back in college and just use this ink for some projects and watch some teachers go bananas about why are them haddling me a blank paper with a A/B+/C/etc, on it.
 
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