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| p.1 #8 · Epson 9900 vs 9890 - one last question |
Interesting thoughts- I agree it is a long term purchase, have to sleep on that.
Great idea as I have a 3880- might oook into the BW conversion.
Kd, any experience on where to go to look into it?
I'm planning on converting my old 9800 to B&W through Jon Cone's piezography inksets. See, http://shopping.netsuite.com/s.nl/c.362672/.f
The 3800/3880 (and other auto switching printers) I think are most ideal for piezography as they are most easily adaptable and flexible with options here. My 9800 is not autoswitching, but I'm making the committment to a glossy inkset to won't need the autoswitching. It's worthwhile to order the B&W print inkset and paper samples to get an idea of the flavor of B&W that suits you best. It really is quite broad what you can do. I've decided on the Selenium K7 MPS (glossy) and will probably do the conversion next month. The 9900 has been wonderful, but my 9800 ink carts are still pretty full and I want to run them down making some large outdoor canvas banners first! If I didn't have my 9800, I would have seriously considered purchasing a 3880 for B&W piezography.