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Anyone using R800 or R-series Epson Stylus Photo printers with the Epson 8-Color UltraChrome™ Hi-Gloss Pigment Ink (archival) for heat transfers? Good? Bad? Ink is awfully expensive compared to Epson Durabrite.

http://tinyurl.com/suyx

And do you like your R-series printer?

We're going to need to get a printer for photos so if I can do transfers as well...I'll get more mileage out of the printer.

I'm leaning towards the Epson CX-7800 right now.
http://tinyurl.com/9e56n

Thanks, Susan :)
 

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Ultra Chrome is the archival photo ink. It is guaranteed for like 100 years if you put the picture in an acid free sterile closed box and don't look at it. I will let the transfer people comment on use in the business. Magic Mix seems more widely used and likely more economical.
 
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