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Laurie Solomon wrote:


> 
>> So, it is probably
>> wise to use a cleaning cart between switching from dye to pigmented
>> inks.  With the cart based systems, the ink chamber in the head is
>> relatively small, so a flush would be very long a process, but with the
>> large format printers, all the lines would need to be flushed, which
>> could be quite a job.
> 
> 
> Art,
> 
> You didn't mean to say that if the ink chamber is small a flush would be a
> very long process did you?  I just want to make sure I am interpreting what
> you said correctly and adding for any missing portions of words like the
> "n't" in "wouldn't."  I was going to ask if the particles and viscosity of
> pigmented inks would make a difference in jet sixes; but you answered it by
> saying that they accounted for this via changing the pressure.
> 

Thank you for bringing this to my attention.  Yes, it should have read 
that the head's ink chamber on cartridge based printers is small, so it 
wouldn't take too long to flush.

Then again, I'm guessing you mean "jet sizes" not jet sixes ;-)

That settles it, I'm quitting my graveyard shift job writing instruction 
manuals for guided nuclear missiles ;-P

Art




 




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