P7500 on its way...

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Keith Cooper
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Re: P7500 on its way...

Philip Eihuyar wrote:

Keith Cooper wrote:

A lot of people have asked me about the 24" P7500 (numbers vary overseas).

I reviewed the P7000 a few years ago, and I've now got a P7500 on its way (only for ~4 weeks).

I'll be doing all the usual review stuff but, if anyone has any specific questions, please do let me know?

I'm aware that in some quarters the printer has had some bad press, but I my preference is always to test the actual kit I've got...

Incidentally I do still have a P5000 here, so it will be interesting to see if differences between the two have any significant impact.

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.

Canon have quite a different ink composition and ink feed system, so you don't get the agitation process with Epsons

There is accounting software, but it is windoze only so I won't be looking at it I'm afraid...

Ah yes, it came in an Epson van...  At ~120kg it's at about the limit of what i can comfortably lift (half of)

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