nozzle check Epson 3880

Started Feb 28, 2013 | Discussions thread
Radu Tenenbaum
Radu Tenenbaum Senior Member • Posts: 2,886
Newbie lurking here

irvweiner wrote:

Bob, Joe, Brian, Andrew and other members of the 'round up the usual suspects group' notice how we end talking only to each other? There is practically no one else entering, much less participating in these circular 'conversations'.

The only possible improvement Epson can introduce to the 3880 family is the use of 'dehydrated ink'!!! This upgrade will definitely prevent the likes of us from using our 3rd party hi quality inexpensive ink and thus be forced to revert to Epson's egregiously overpriced ink presently costing 2X+ that of human blood!!!

Hmm, would this new Epson ink qualify as 2nd party??  Or would my previously suggested 'frozen/microwaveable' ink qualify??

irv weiner

Just want to point out that, even though I don't yet have anything to contribute here, my new 3880 is on its way and I find this discussion very interesting.  There are probably many more who are just looking to learn who don't post.

I will point out that some, but not all, disagreements seem to be caused by the use of imprecise language.   I have found it useful to step back a minute and then review what I wrote before pressing the send key.

Thanks to all contributors.

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