Inkjet vs chemical prints

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OP Alexey Contributing Member • Posts: 868
Re: Inkjet vs chemical prints

“Ye”, actually stands for dye, where the first letter faded way too fast :).  I understand that modern pigment inks last forever and have that advantage over traditional prints.  However, my understanding is that modern dye inks (like cli-42s with 40 megalux longevity on luster paper) are more iine with traditional chemistry prints.  So, I wanted to compare apples to apples on lingevity, while comparing other advantages and disadvantages of each.

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