SureColor P-Series in America & China

SureColor P-Series in America & China

Epson SureColor P USA version printers update an opinion by Jon Cone. Background: Epson SureColor P-800, P-5000, P-6000, P-7000, P-8000, and P-9000 printers sold in the USA (or North America) are according to Epson "designed to work [exclusively] not with other brands...

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New Desktop Cartridge Design

New Desktop Cartridge Design

  We designed new Epson desktop cartridges for the 1430/1500W, R2000, R2880 and P-400! Say hello to the newly designed InkjetMall ReUsable desktop inkjet cartridge. This is our first new cartridge design in several years. Many of the modifications are inconspicuous,...

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U.S. Supreme Court, Update

U.S. Supreme Court, Update

This is an exciting newsletter to write. Recently, much has happened to affect our industry and company. With a world in turmoil, Tuesday's Supreme Court decision will impact our economy and environment in a very positive way. Reviewing the arguments...

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James Nachtwey at Cone Editions Press

James Nachtwey at Cone Editions Press

James Nachtwey received a Lifetime Achievement Award this past Monday from the American Society of Magazine Editors in NYC. He was in my studio Cone Editions Press in East Topsham, Vermont the following Tuesday morning to work 17 hours straight with me on photographs...

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My Capsules

My Capsules

These are empty refillable ink capsules we call the My Capsule. We originally designed our EasyFill® system as an ink reclaiming and reUse system for defective EPSON cartridges and for "empty" EPSON cartridges. We first noticed how much ink is trapped in EPSON...

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InkThrift CL EasyFill® System

InkThrift CL EasyFill® System

A new product from Vermont PhotoInkjet for a wide range of Epson desktop printers. The 77, 79, and 98/99 range of EPSON printers use a very long lasting dye ink called Claria® that is compatible on both matte and glossy papers. But, these printers use tiny and...

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Dye inks and safe display conditions

Dye inks and safe display conditions

An opinion At what cost fade? In May of 2011, a collector paid $3.9 million dollars for Cindy Sherman's Untiled #96, a chromogenic dye print (C-print) already exhibiting signs of fade and color staining.  C-Prints have a tendency to fade in light, in the presence of...

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