P7500 on its way...

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mike earussi Veteran Member • Posts: 9,336
Re: P7500 on its way...
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Philip Eihuyar wrote:

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Coming from being an Canon pigment ink Pro 10 user, I wonder if there is an ink agitation mechanism to keep pigment ink particles suspended. The only place that even mentions that it is a pigment printer is B&H review. Also, does this printer have accounting program to tell how much (cost) ink goes for each print? Again, the Canon Pro 1000 has such a program. That is one huge professional printer!. Hope you have help unloading it.

Epson doesn't need a ink agitation system as it uses a completely type of ink formulation that stays in suspension for a long time. I've owned Epsons for years and have never once shaken my ink after the initial install (Epson does recommend you shake the ink on initial install).

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