PANTONE PIGMENT INKS SUPERIOR TO EPSON’S?

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PANTONE PIGMENT INKS SUPERIOR TO EPSON’S?

 user 2005-04-18 at 9:42:00 am Views: 79
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    Pantone brings inks to Epson

    Pantone has released a series of inks for Epson wide-format printers. The
    Colorvantage pigment inks are superior to Epson’s own inks and are around 20 per
    cent less expensive, according to Pantone.

    The company says that, compared to the standard inks, the Colorvantage inks
    offers better colour reproduction in the midtones and three-quarter tones and
    dry quicker. They also fade and change colour slower over time, according to
    Pantone.

    The Colorvantage inks work with Epson wide-format printers with output
    capabilities of 11-x-17 inches and large. This includes the Stylus Photo 2100
    A3+ photo printer and the Stylus Pro line, including the 4000, 5000, 7000 and
    9000. Epson compatible printers from Roland, Mutoj, and Mimaki are also
    supported.

    Pantone includes a custom printer profiles with each Starter Pack set of
    inks, and the company has set up a 
    site that will
    provide more profiles. The profiles support the full range of printers, and
    papers from Arches Infinity, Epson, Hawk Mountain Papers, Kodak, Mitsubishi,
    Moab Paper Company, Premier Art and Red River Paper.

    The Starter Packs cost between £19.52 and £302.71 depending on the printer
    model. Individual replacement cartridges start at £7.35. All prices exclude
    VAT.