I have to rush to work, but I wanted to say that the canvas I have is
listed as being able to work with the 1900. I suspect it will be
Have a great day!
--- In DigitalBlackandWhiteThePrint@yahoogroups.com
, Sam McCandless
> On Mar 31, 2008, at 5:59 PM, kpoore2001 wrote:
> > Hi Sam,
> > I will post. So far I have only used Epson Premium Luster. I have
> > epson's Water Color and canves to try.
> Thanks, Karen; I'm looking forward to seeing your posts.
> > I'am a little nervous with the 350 gsm canvas. I see that DAS
> > canvas is lighter and I want to try the
> > matte after I try the two I have. This 308 gsm Hahnemuhlle I
> > to try too.
> Back in the day when my Epson desktop printers had only four
> cartridges, I believe I printed routinely on sheets of 300 gsm
> presented to the 900 and 1160 printer on top of a sheet of 364 gsm
> Crane card stock - which I thought was too thick to feed. But one
> I inadvertently specified too many copies, and the printer took
> 364 gsm sheet in and printed on it. But those were re-purposed
> printers. I'd be nervous about 350 gsm stock in the 1900 too. But
> expect someone has tried it on the 1800 or in Europe or Asia maybe
> even on the 1900.
> > From what I understand this new ink is optimized for
> > you are suppose to be able to do matte too.I sure hope so.
> > I have not had a lot of time to test it
> That's not all bad - let someone else do it! 8)
> > since I am planning for my
> > wedding which is May 3rd. Yes, and this is at age 60!
> Good for you, Karen; enjoy the wedding and let the printing wait.
> > Yep, they tell me
> > I am that age, but I sure do not feel it.
> > Karen in Austin
> Congratulations on that, and best wishes with all your initiatives.
> > --- In DigitalBlackandWhiteThePrint@yahoogroups.com, Sam
> > <samcc@> wrote: [snip]