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Here's the info and links. Original post from Bruce Norikane
([log in to unmask]). His bookmark files are attached, as MIE and Netscape
files.

>There has been a lot of work on archival inks for Epson printers. Most of
>the companies that provide Iris inks are developing for Epson.  One
problem
>is that the Epson inks have an incredible color gamut, beyond 4 color
>printing or color photography.  This makes it very tough to match the
Epson
>inks with archival.  Most archival inkjet inks, are much less brilliant,
>e.g. Lysonic E inks which were originally developed for Iris.
>
>Two relatively new inks, Media Street's Generations Archival, and Lysonic
>(Iris ink pioneer) Fotonic inks, are said to come closer.
>
>Generations info: http://www.mediastreet.com/g2.htm#4957
>
>Lysonic info at Cone Editions site:
>http://www.inkjetmall.com/store/index.html
>
>The two tips I have for using other inksets:
>
>buy Epson inks online for non-archival, prices are approaching 3rd pty
and
>I've had little luck with other inks.
>
>Find out how to use custom profiles for the ink/paper combinations.
>Profiles are sometimes available from mfg.  Otherwise you have to buy or
>make your own.  To make, use Wysiwyg from Praxisoft
>>http://www.praxisoft.com/wiziwygpages/index.html
>
>If you find a paper/ink
>combo that you really want to use a lot, I recommend buying a custom
>profile from Jon Cone at the Cone Editions site.
>
>You can get some advice on paper/ink combos for fine art at InkjetArt.com
>(people you can call and talk to):
>http://www.tssphoto.com/sp/dg/index.html
>
>article on Photoshop printing on Epson on Mac:
>
>http://lioncity.s-one.net.sg/~printer/print/mac_print/?128,53
>
>all around good Epson printing site: http://come.to/digitaldarkroom