Since I'm pretty new with all that "kitchen work", I'll copy part of your workflow. One question arise, pardon me if it's really basic, but having a set of full cartridges waiting for a change, is there any danger, that at the bottom of the cartridge, ink will dry and finally clog the printer?
Up to now, I'm printing with the Epson driver (trying to figure out "curves") and Red River Polar matte. I'm waiting for a box of Hahnemühle Photo Rag to see if I can expect a nicer result.
I'm struggling but I'm having fun with the process (if that Epson machine wants to cooperate a bit!)
--- In DigitalBlackandWhiteThePrint@yahoogroups.com, Bill Lewis <bill-lewis@...> wrote:
> I have been refilling since 1995 and a good workflow is important. First pick up
> a box of rubber gloves at the drugstore I can usually get 3 or 4 uses out of
> each pair. Next I use a kitty litter tray as a work area, put some paper towels
> or newspaper in the bottom. I keep my inks in a small tackle box I removed the
> tackle trays and use it to keep everything together it sits at one end of the
> litter tray I write the type of ink on the lid so it is easy to see and remove
> the cartridge and then the ink that matches I refill and put that ink back this
> avoids the often seen wrong ink in the cartridge problems that show up on
> various groups.
> Bill Lewis