From: Sandy King (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 08/27/03-07:33:56 AM Z
The product that gave ink pooling and roller streaks with the Epson
2000P was Clearprint 20 Ink Jet Vellum.
And I discarded the negative because of the streaks and ink pooling
so I won't be contact printing it.
>> Don't use this product for making negatives with the Epson 2000P
>> unless you want to spend a couple of hours cleaning the rollers. The
>> pigmented ink of this printer puddles on Clearprint 16-Pound and
>> 20-Pound Vellum and contaminates the rollers, which will result in
>> vertical streaking on most media.
>> And a plague on your house for suggesting that it might work!!!
>Which product? Clearprint vellum 1000H? If so this paper ran through my 1160
>with no problems. I've had no streaking, etc. after using it. What do you
>mean by streaking?
>And BTW, this wasn't my original suggestion, I just wanted to see if it
>worked, and for me it did to a certain extend. The paper has too much dot
>gain and the images are not sharp, but the paper takes a lot of ink. Of
>course someone might find the image softening due to dot gain just the
>ticket to augment their creative needs, you never know.
>Sorry to hear of your problems. Have you contact printed on it yet?
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