From: Sandy King (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 04/21/03-08:11:18 PM Z
That is an interesting story but my experience has not been the same,
at least on certain papers. I was printing recently on a semi-lustre
paper and I touched the print soon after it came off the printer.
There was a lot of pigment that came off on my finger. After a couple
of hours I touched it again and nothing came off.
>When I first got a 2000P, I was curious, so I made a color print on
>Luster paper... then I immediately held it under running water and
>noticed nothing happened...so I rubbed it a little...nothing
>happened...so I made the water hotter...nothing happened...after 2
>minutes, I took a towel and wiped off the print and laid it on the
>kitchen counter.... then in about 10 minutes it liked just like it
>came out of the printer...all dry.....
>So...still not satisfied, I ripped it in half, put some water in my
>great big heavy skillet and brought it to boiling... damn if the
>pigments didn't run a little...not as much as you would think....
>Then next day, as I was simmering some sauce for my pasta....
>hehehehehehe everything above this line is true...
>In a message dated 4/21/03 6:31:31 PM, email@example.com writes:
>>Negatives on Pictorico from the pigment inks of the Epson 2000P hold
>>up very well to the type of abrasion you describe. I just
>>experimented with a discarded negative and was not able to disturb
>>the surface of the highlights even with rather heavy finger abrasion.
>>One thing you need to take care for with pigment inks is that they
>>require quite a long time to dry, perhaps even up to two hours more.
>>And this is true whether the pigment is on OHP or paper. Until dry it
>>is very easy to remove the pigment from paper or OHP with just every
>>so slight abrasion with your finger.
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