Lamination to help preserve prints?

Started Jul 7, 2000 | Discussions thread
Renard DellaFave
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Re: Lamination to help preserve prints?
In reply to Bill, Jun 27, 2004

Bill wrote:

When laminating ink jet photos keep in mind to use low temperature
laminates only. The laminating temperature most be below 220
degrees.

Eh? For Canon & HP the ink has already seen 300+ degrees in the printhead.

I'm planning to use 3 mil pouches (probably lowest temp setting) in this machine
http://www.royalsovereign.com/product/e_pro1_NR-1201.asp
Which Sam's has for $80. At least it's a 4 roller system, which I hear is good.

That doesn't change the fact that Epson has misled consumers and should
really do something about it.

I thought the claims were only for the Durabrite & Ultrachrome inks, the C and R series Epsons. As far as I know, they deliver.

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