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« on: April 07, 2012, 08:02:36 PM »
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I have been working these cards for awhile now and would like to find a printer that can print them in even a moderate stack. I have finally gotten good results with an Epson 2200 and an Epson R3000. It was grueling. The 2200 needs to be spoon fed one at a time. the R3000 is even more of a Diva and wants to do the front load routine, very time consuming. The Museo profiles had been really poor somehow tricking the R3000 into using PK. On matt paper this is underwhelming. Almost solarized. The new R3000 profile is good but the one-at-time thing is almost as painful as being asked to wear gloves to handle somebody's prints. The 2200 has a good look with believe it or not the Hahnemuhel PRduo profile. If only Hahanemuhel made nice cut-and-scored cards with envelopes. So the quest is to fine a printer that does not mind the heavy lifting of printing a stake of 8 to 10 at a time or more. I am not picky.
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« Reply #1 on: April 08, 2012, 12:53:16 AM »
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Tom you might want to post this message in the "printers, papers and inks" forum here. There is a lot of people that may be able to help, the amount of knowledge that is handed out is truly amazing, you will probably get a better response there.

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