Month: March 2012

Piezography 2

We are nearly ready to roll out the release version of Piezography®2. The pre-release versions have been out in the hands of photographers and printmakers for months now. We’ve been customizing solutions on a for ask basis. But, now we are compiling all the curves and making ready the installation packages for QuadTone RIP.

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ConeColor® Pro

We’ve completely reformulated the ConeColor ink line to bring the technology required by the ConeColor HDR inks right on down and across the ConeColor K3 and K3V ink lines. We’ve finally added the missing green position to HDR. Many of our customers who were using some of the new HDR ink positions in their non-HDR printers noticed the better dMax and glossiness. That is what ConeColor Pro offers over ConeColor. It has noticeably better glossiness and dMax for customers who print on non-matte media. We already offer the most trouble-free 3rd party ink on the market. We didn’t mess with that. ConeColor Pro is the same micro-encapsulated pigment particle in different chemistry and it is fully compatible with both ConeColor and Epson ink. The color match to Epson remains the same and uses the same ICC profiles even though we’ve made some minor color tweaks. But, on glossy the match now includes similar dMax and gloss to the OEM. That’s where we gave up a little edge with our first generation. Next time you need to re-order ink, we wish that you will choose the PRO inks. There is no additional cost. When you run out of a color position, simply refill with the PRO version and slowly phase it in. All of the ConeColor products we are currently selling are already PRO. We will keep inventories of the...

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4900 Refillable carts update

We have been working on this project for more than half a year. We’ve tested a wide variety of 4900 single use and refillable products that are being sold as “ready for the market”. We even went to China to explore several 4900 solutions. We have rejected countless chips and cartridges as being very below what we consider to be standard or “stable”. We’ve tested cartridges that leak, cartridges that do not allow ink to flow well, cartridges that do not align well with the internal chip readers, and cartridges that are just plain flimsy (I believe the technical...

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Helping you to help us to help you!  Technical support is a two-way street. How we do it here at InkjetMall is online through our technical support system. Every communication between us is stored on our system and gets associated with both the product and your customer file. When you ask for help with our products and do not provide a very detailed account, we can look up the items you purchased and get a general idea from what you wrote. Usually, we need to ask you some detailed questions in order to understand enough to solve the issue....

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What can you say about dMax that has not already been said?  A little. And tons. In the analogue days of old it was drilled into us by our teachers that a darkroom print required a strong black and a white. Yet, they never literally meant that. They attempted to get us to see contrast in order to awaken our senses. We needed a strong white and a strong black in order to first see that. Then, those same areas in the print became less desirable as we consciously began to see and to express light. Fine printing became more...

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