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Jeremy Stoller <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 22 Nov 1999 17:57:30 -0800
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Frank,
   The Epson ColorStylus 3000 is only a four color device, not six.  For
six colors you either need to upgrade to the Epson Stylus Pro 5000 (a
gorgeous printer with an optional external Fiery RIP *drool* drool
*drool*), or side-grade (?) to the ColorStylus 1200. The 1200's claim to
fame, other than being a six color device, is that it has the smallest
droplet size in the industry (6 pico Litters). Unfortunately, the 1200
is not quite as wide as the 3000, so you need to pick your battle.
--
Jeremy Stoller
Stoller Design Associates
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