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RE: Scanning dpi and epson papers was Re: filmscanners: Repro house skirmishing (l
Thanks for the response. It turns out the scanner was shipped from Microtek
with the SCSI ID set to 9. When it was changed to a normal 1 through 6 it
worked fine. I think 9 is a test position.
From: Michael Moore [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, March 29, 2001 9:34 AM
Subject: Re: Scanning dpi and epson papers was Re: filmscanners:
Repro house skirmishing (l
Kodak makes an excellent photo weight glossy paper that works just fine in
Derek Clarke wrote:
> In fairness to Epson, the full technical specs of all their papers is
> available on their various national web sites.
> But to be honest, I don't think they make a paper you would describe as
> photo weight. Epson printers have relatively straight-through paper paths,
> but they still have a limit on the weight of paper they can reliably feed,
> even one sheet at a time.
> If you really want something chunky and weighty, why not get into mounting
> or even laminating?