PRINTING PROBLEM

Bob Sneidar bobs at twft.com
Tue Sep 27 18:42:08 EDT 2011


Also, though inkjets may be very economical up front, over the life of the printer the ink is considerably more expensive, especially since most people can go weeks without printing anything, and then discover their carts are no good anymore. Nowadays personal color laserwriters would be better for almost anyone, as toner does not harden and destroy cartridges because of lack of use. 

My 2¢
Bob


On Sep 27, 2011, at 3:09 PM, stephen barncard wrote:

> If the ink is of a certain age, it hardens and becomes useless.  Some carts
> will actually have sensors to tell you if the ink is outdated.
> 
> On 27 September 2011 14:51, Joe Lewis Wilkins <pepetoo at cox.net> wrote:
> 
>> Hi Everyone
>> 
>> For those of you who may have followed this thread earlier, Richmond was
>> right on the mark. Seeing as how the color cartridge was half full, I had
>> trouble considering that to be the problem. I have used hundreds of
>> cartridges on similar projects and never found this to be a problem. I
>> wonder if Epson's "mix" is different now than it used to be. Regardless,
>> whew!
>> 
>> Thanks to all,
>> 
>> Joe Lewis Wilkins
>> Architect
>> 
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