Two New Full-Day Fine Art Printing Workshops Added: 8/16/2008 and 8/18/2008

On Saturday, August 16, 2008 from 10:00AM-5:00PM, and Monday, August 18, 2008 from 10:00AM-5:00PM, I’ll be giving two separate full-day fine-art inkjet printing workshops entitled: How to Prepare Files and Make Gallery-Quality Prints at Nancy Ori Studio in Berkeley Heights, NJ.

Three of the same full-day workshops have already filled, but as of today (7/8/2008), some space remains for these two. For a full description of these full day workshops (limited to just five participants each), I’ve created a two page brochure with a full overview of the classes. You can download them below:

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Sat., August 16th workshop (limited to five participants)
https://www.inkjettips.com/2008816NJseminar.pdf

Mon., August 18th workshop (limited to five participants)
https://www.inkjettips.com/2008818NJseminar.pdf

I hope to meet some of you there!
-Andrew

Andrew Darlow
 

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buckpitt - September 16, 2008

I am looking for a printer that uses archival inks or dyes. I want a great price but don\’t want an ink hog. I need one that uses separate color cartridges so I don\’t have to change all when one runs out. Obviously I am doing this on a tight budget.
Thanks
Marcia

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Andrew Darlow - September 16, 2008

Hi Marcia:

The Epson 1400 is a good choice (use the high capacity carts when you replace the inks for better value), but it is not as good with black and white as printers like the Epson R2400 or R2880, or the HP Pro B9180 or Pro B8850.

You can look for refurb Epson 1400’s online for about $200. Check the Epson.com Clearance center.

Hope that helps,

Andrew Darlow
Editor
InkjetTips.com

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