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Anonymous
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July 15, 2005 5:42:24 PM

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No, this is not about another major personel change at HP.

However, HP has announced they have successfully developed a new inkjet
head that is completely made of an integrated circuit or a "chip".

Current heads are made from laminates of materials and involve complex
processes using lasers to burn the nozzle holes. Each company uses some
process that is fairly costly to make the heads.

Although in the beginning the new HP head design will prove expensive,
it does allow for economy of scale, once they ramp up, since the actual
cost of materials and design make it cheap and easy to make in quantity.

HP hopes this invention will lead to a breakthrough for them into more
commerical markets, like photo labs, and even possibly allowing large
printing presses to be replaced by some type of inkjet technology.

The new heads will also allow for much faster output, and larger head
size with more nozzles.

Art

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Anonymous
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July 15, 2005 10:09:54 PM

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That's what Canon has been doing for quite some time now.
Anonymous
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July 16, 2005 2:15:02 AM

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It is the Canon lithography process.
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Anonymous
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July 16, 2005 2:48:16 PM

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In article Arthur Entlich says...
> No, this is not about another major personel change at HP.
>
> However, HP has announced they have successfully developed a new inkjet
> head that is completely made of an integrated circuit or a "chip".
>
Sounds similar to the Canon process
Anonymous
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July 16, 2005 9:49:48 PM

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HP has been using this process for years before. #45 cartridges are
maden with this process. Of course I am not a specialist to judge wich
process is "more" lithographic. I'm almost sure the #45 is the first
cartridge in the world maden with an almost totaly lithographic
process.
On the other hand, marketing reasons cause manufacturers te be the
best... the best inks, the best cartridges, etc, etc, etc.

Yianni
July 17, 2005 6:04:14 AM

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> Can you provide a good URL link on the current Canon head technology?
> I'd like to read more about it.

If you are actually interested in the subject here is the marketing
banter, it's *somewhat* informative. I got the info from one of those
marketing folks suspected to be employed by a 3rd party company to hang
out in retail stores and spam the blogs.

http://www.canon.com/technology/ij/01.html

I don't know much about the subject above and beyond the marketing
tripe. It seems to me that something that is basicly still a bubble
jet with minor improvments is severly limited in terms of the
tempurates that can be used vs using ceramics for example. Also multi
layered designs (can't think of the company off the top of my head at
the moment) can be bonded together via sonics rather than resins,
perhaps a company assoicated with brother? I can't remember.

The canon design from what i've observed, in all fairness, is rather
limited to a drop size determined by the size of the chamber... and the
size of the hole much in the same way that medical drop dosing operates
except the fact that exit port is at a right angle to inkflow, prior
art likely to be the atomizer or something similar.

It's been a while since I looked at HP so I don't know if their nozzles
can serve to produce variable sized drops or not.
Anonymous
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July 17, 2005 11:38:42 AM

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I don't know enough about the Canon design to comment fully. I was
under the impression that Canon's heads were made up of many
manufacturing components and layers, not just a basic IC design.

Art

colinco wrote:

> In article Arthur Entlich says...
>
>>No, this is not about another major personel change at HP.
>>
>>However, HP has announced they have successfully developed a new inkjet
>>head that is completely made of an integrated circuit or a "chip".
>>
>
> Sounds similar to the Canon process
>
Anonymous
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July 17, 2005 11:40:36 AM

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Can you provide a good URL link on the current Canon head technology?
I'd like to read more about it.

Art

tyranix95@hotmail.com wrote:

> That's what Canon has been doing for quite some time now.
>
Anonymous
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July 17, 2005 11:59:04 AM

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I just did a Google search on Canon inkhead technology, and from what I
read there, it does appear to have similarities to HP's announcement. I
can't pass judgment without knowing more about each.

Canon has a very interesting 76 page color and well illustrated pdf
"book" on many of their printer and digital technologies which can be
downloaded at:

http://www.canon.com/technology/pdf/tech2005e.pdf

Inkjet technologies are covered on page 34.


Art

Michael Grey wrote:

> It is the Canon lithography process.
>
>
Anonymous
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July 17, 2005 12:15:50 PM

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Whatever it is HP announced, it is not supposed to be reflective of any
of the previous technology they used. This is supposed to be a new
technology and a major advancement. The news release I read wasn't all
that specific, but it does sound like this is a major step forward in
inkjet technology.

Art

in@mailbox.gr wrote:

> HP has been using this process for years before. #45 cartridges are
> maden with this process. Of course I am not a specialist to judge wich
> process is "more" lithographic. I'm almost sure the #45 is the first
> cartridge in the world maden with an almost totaly lithographic
> process.
> On the other hand, marketing reasons cause manufacturers te be the
> best... the best inks, the best cartridges, etc, etc, etc.
>
> Yianni
>
Anonymous
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July 17, 2005 3:00:14 PM

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Zakezuke, marvelous Canon web site on this technology, light, color, etc.

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"zakezuke" <zakezuke_us@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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>> Can you provide a good URL link on the current Canon head technology?
>> I'd like to read more about it.
>
> http://www.canon.com/technology/ij/01.html
>
Anonymous
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July 17, 2005 5:38:29 PM

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Arthur Entlich wrote:
> Whatever it is HP announced, it is not supposed to be reflective of any
> of the previous technology they used. This is supposed to be a new
> technology and a major advancement. The news release I read wasn't all
> that specific, but it does sound like this is a major step forward in
> inkjet technology.
>
> Art

I asked my son about the new PH tech and from what he said it sounds a
lot like sterolithography, they are growing the passages and nozzles,
no more "machining" of same. This is likely a new application of
process that has been used for yrs in micro motors and micro fluid
controls.

Mickey
Anonymous
a b α HP
July 17, 2005 5:49:00 PM

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In article <1121591053.996873.241740@g44g2000cwa.googlegroups.com>,
zakezuke_us@yahoo.com (zakezuke) wrote:

> Also multi layered designs...can be bonded together via sonics rather
> than resins...

Resins seem to be both part of the assembly and used in the manufacturing
process to create voids, rather than as bonding agents. If 'Resin B' is
self-bonding, then it's a moot point!

> The canon design from what i've observed, in all fairness, is rather
> limited to a drop size determined by the size of the chamber.

The way the drops are applied does seem to do the job, though, or so I'm
reliably informed.

Jon.
Anonymous
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July 17, 2005 5:49:00 PM

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In article <cdoCe.260590$El.174061@pd7tw1no>, e-printerhelp@mvps.org
(Arthur Entlich) wrote:

> http://www.canon.com/technology/pdf/tech2005e.pdf
>
> Inkjet technologies are covered on page 34.

Hmm, not that forthcoming in some areas: "The resulting Pg ink displays
the characteristics of pigment ink while also featuring coloring
comparable with dye ink".

Jon.
July 17, 2005 5:50:07 PM

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> Resins seem to be both part of the assembly and used in the manufacturing
> process to create voids, rather than as bonding agents. If 'Resin B' is
> self-bonding, then it's a moot point!

I was refering to another alternative to resins, a company I seem to
think is associated with bother is going ceramics and sonic bonding.

> > The canon design from what i've observed, in all fairness, is rather
> > limited to a drop size determined by the size of the chamber.

> The way the drops are applied does seem to do the job, though, or so I'm
> reliably informed

It does do the job. I lack enough actual information to make a truelly
valued judgement, but as with all thermal designes you are very limited
in terms of the medium you can use esp when your temprature is limited
by the melting point of your base materials. Also this might explain
why some are none too hip to the ip6000 with it's 1pl and 5pl drops...
there is not really an option for 2pl drops which in some cases look
better depending on what you are doing.

I am curious what temps HP heads operate at... from my limited
understanding they are hotter. I don't know if they offer variable
drop sizes nor do I know anything about the nozzles. I sort of made a
choice to go canon due to the lower cost of consumables, and in part
because I felt burned buying the PSC 950.... the black yield was lower
than the 45a cart I was using for my hps in the past, and lower yields
were something I didn't expect on a $400 printer.
July 17, 2005 10:12:54 PM

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"Jon O'Brien" <Jon@NOonlySPAMbrowsingTHANX.com> wrote in message
news:memo.20050717134902.576A@blue.compulink.co.uk...
> In article <1121591053.996873.241740@g44g2000cwa.googlegroups.com>,
> zakezuke_us@yahoo.com (zakezuke) wrote:
>
>> Also multi layered designs...can be bonded together via sonics rather
>> than resins...
>
> Resins seem to be both part of the assembly and used in the manufacturing
> process to create voids, rather than as bonding agents. If 'Resin B' is
> self-bonding, then it's a moot point!

I read a posting in the Nifty-stuff forum, a few months ago, that described
a canon print head that had one color blocked that could not be cleared by
any technique. Disassembly of the print head disclosed a small piece of a
bonding substance (resin filler?) that had broken loose and blocked the ink
flow. This may explain many Canon printhead failures that defy other
explanations.
Anonymous
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July 17, 2005 11:33:56 PM

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<in@mailbox.gr> wrote in message
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> HP has been using this process for years before. #45 cartridges are
> maden with this process. Of course I am not a specialist to judge wich
> process is "more" lithographic. I'm almost sure the #45 is the first
> cartridge in the world maden with an almost totaly lithographic
> process.

Actually the nozzles on the #45 are laser ablated and part of the flexible
circuit that includes the electrical contacts.

regards,
Bob Headrick, not speaking for my employer HP
July 18, 2005 3:38:22 AM

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> And GM cars are best - just ask a GM car dealer! Oh, no - Ford cars are
> best - just ask a Ford dealer.

The funny thing is he has a point, even if he missed the point. Often
papers are designed to bond well with a particular style of ink. In
this way it's possible that brand x ink with brand x papers might
produce a slighty better result. However, this is not to say that
canon/hp/epson have a monopoly on this concept, printing has been
around for a long time. Brush pen and ink folks know all of this
better than any of us.
Anonymous
a b α HP
July 18, 2005 6:24:03 AM

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Burt wrote:

>"Jon O'Brien" <Jon@NOonlySPAMbrowsingTHANX.com> wrote in message
>news:memo.20050717134902.576A@blue.compulink.co.uk...
>
>
>>In article <1121591053.996873.241740@g44g2000cwa.googlegroups.com>,
>>zakezuke_us@yahoo.com (zakezuke) wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>>>Also multi layered designs...can be bonded together via sonics rather
>>>than resins...
>>>
>>>
>>Resins seem to be both part of the assembly and used in the manufacturing
>>process to create voids, rather than as bonding agents. If 'Resin B' is
>>self-bonding, then it's a moot point!
>>
>>
>
>I read a posting in the Nifty-stuff forum, a few months ago, that described
>a canon print head that had one color blocked that could not be cleared by
>any technique.
>

Must have been with aftermarket ink.

>Disassembly of the print head disclosed a small piece of a
>bonding substance (resin filler?) that had broken loose and blocked the ink
>flow. This may explain many Canon printhead failures that defy other
>explanations.
>
>

aftermarket ink probably broke the bonding. ate away at the resins.

>
>
>
Anonymous
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July 18, 2005 6:24:04 AM

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measekite wrote:

>
>
> Burt wrote:
>
>> "Jon O'Brien" <Jon@NOonlySPAMbrowsingTHANX.com> wrote in message
>> news:memo.20050717134902.576A@blue.compulink.co.uk...
>>
>>
>>> In article <1121591053.996873.241740@g44g2000cwa.googlegroups.com>,
>>> zakezuke_us@yahoo.com (zakezuke) wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>> Also multi layered designs...can be bonded together via sonics rather
>>>> than resins...
>>>>
>>>
>>> Resins seem to be both part of the assembly and used in the
>>> manufacturing
>>> process to create voids, rather than as bonding agents. If 'Resin B' is
>>> self-bonding, then it's a moot point!
>>>
>>
>>
>> I read a posting in the Nifty-stuff forum, a few months ago, that
>> described a canon print head that had one color blocked that could not
>> be cleared by any technique.
>
>
> Must have been with aftermarket ink.
>
>> Disassembly of the print head disclosed a small piece of a bonding
>> substance (resin filler?) that had broken loose and blocked the ink
>> flow. This may explain many Canon printhead failures that defy other
>> explanations.
>>
>
> aftermarket ink probably broke the bonding. ate away at the resins.
>

LOL!

-Taliesyn

>>
>>
>>
Anonymous
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July 18, 2005 6:44:00 AM

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In article <GcxCe.57$NU2.37@newssvr13.news.prodigy.com>,
sfbjgNOSPAM@pacbell.net (Burt) wrote:

> Disassembly of the print head disclosed a small piece of a bonding
> substance (resin filler?) that had broken loose and blocked the ink
> flow.

Considering the size of the print head. and the ink channels therein, I'd
be interested to know what sort of tools and microscope were used to
achieve this!

Jon.
Anonymous
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July 18, 2005 6:58:34 AM

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Hello Art,

You are right, till now, Canon printheads were made of many layers. Just in
a previous thread someone sent the url
http://www.canon.com/technology/ij/01.html . I thought you said about HP
chip like printheads because of this thread.

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"Arthur Entlich" <e-printerhelp@mvps.org> wrote in message
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>
> I don't know enough about the Canon design to comment fully. I was
> under the impression that Canon's heads were made up of many
> manufacturing components and layers, not just a basic IC design.
>
> Art
Anonymous
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July 18, 2005 7:20:16 AM

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> Whatever it is HP announced, it is not supposed to be reflective of any
> of the previous technology they used. This is supposed to be a new
> technology and a major advancement.

That's why I surprised a bit. May HP improved the process. I searched a
little but found nothing about. Where do you read about the chip like
printhead manufacturing process of HP? Any link?

The chip like printhead manufacturing helps in two aspects: cost and
accuracy. If you unglue the whole printhead/circuit from a hp 45 cartridghe,
you will be surprised how easy is to make your own printhead/cartridge.


--

Yianni

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"Arthur Entlich" <e-printerhelp@mvps.org> wrote in message
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>
> Whatever it is HP announced, it is not supposed to be reflective of any
> of the previous technology they used. This is supposed to be a new
> technology and a major advancement. The news release I read wasn't all
> that specific, but it does sound like this is a major step forward in
> inkjet technology.
>
> Art
>
Anonymous
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July 18, 2005 7:20:17 AM

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"Yianni" <in@mailbox9.gr> wrote in message news:1121646114.726544@athnrd02...

> The chip like printhead manufacturing helps in two aspects: cost and
> accuracy. If you unglue the whole printhead/circuit from a hp 45 cartridghe,
> you will be surprised how easy is to make your own printhead/cartridge.

Accuracy probably, cost maybe :-) . As for it being easy to make a cartridge -
it is not exactly a garage operation. While the underlying circuitry may be
similar to a simple NMOS or CMOS process there are several (or more)
non-standard layers, including the resistor material, the barrier layer that
provides the ink channels and the orifice material.

Regards,
Bob Headrick, not speaking for my employer HP
July 18, 2005 9:10:40 AM

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"Jon O'Brien" <Jon@NOonlySPAMbrowsingTHANX.com> wrote in message
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> In article <GcxCe.57$NU2.37@newssvr13.news.prodigy.com>,
> sfbjgNOSPAM@pacbell.net (Burt) wrote:
>
>> Disassembly of the print head disclosed a small piece of a bonding
>> substance (resin filler?) that had broken loose and blocked the ink
>> flow.
>
> Considering the size of the print head. and the ink channels therein, I'd
> be interested to know what sort of tools and microscope were used to
> achieve this!
>
> Jon.

Jon - I went back and read the post - I inadvertantly misstated the author's
message. It was conjecture that it was a bit of cement that held certain
components together. The link is
http://www.nifty-stuff.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=241 . Interesting to see
a disassembled print head. I don't know if you can simply click the link or
if you have to sign in to the Nifty-stuff forum at
http://www.nifty-stuff.com/forum/ . Sign in and go through the threads.
The person who posted this info signs on as granddad35. I don't know what
his educational or professional background is, but he has a keen inquiring
mind and obviously has a fantastic array of scientific instruments at his
disposal. He recently posted magnified pictures of the dot pattern created
by an inkjet printer and compared them to a conventionally printed lab
photo. His magnifications were done with a microscope that projects a video
image which can he captured digitally. Some of what he evaluates and posts
is purely academic in nature, but many things have practical application as
well. He has developed and posted several custom profiles for combinations
of inks, papers, and specific printers. As I recall, he uses a Canon ip8500
and refills with Formulabs inks.
Anonymous
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July 18, 2005 9:32:03 AM

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Burt wrote:

>"Jon O'Brien" <Jon@NOonlySPAMbrowsingTHANX.com> wrote in message
>news:memo.20050718024440.2036A@blue.compulink.co.uk...
>
>
>>In article <GcxCe.57$NU2.37@newssvr13.news.prodigy.com>,
>>sfbjgNOSPAM@pacbell.net (Burt) wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>>>Disassembly of the print head disclosed a small piece of a bonding
>>>substance (resin filler?) that had broken loose and blocked the ink
>>>flow.
>>>
>>>
>>Considering the size of the print head. and the ink channels therein, I'd
>>be interested to know what sort of tools and microscope were used to
>>achieve this!
>>
>>Jon.
>>
>>
>
>Jon - I went back and read the post - I inadvertantly misstated the author's
>message. It was conjecture that it was a bit of cement that held certain
>components together. The link is
>http://www.nifty-stuff.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=241 . Interesting to see
>a disassembled print head. I don't know if you can simply click the link or
>if you have to sign in to the Nifty-stuff
>

is not really so nifty

>forum at
>http://www.nifty-stuff.com/forum/ . Sign in and go through the threads.
>The person who posted this info signs on as granddad35. I don't know what
>his educational or professional background is, but he has a keen inquiring
>mind and obviously has a fantastic array of scientific instruments at his
>disposal. He recently posted magnified pictures of the dot pattern created
>by an inkjet printer and compared them to a conventionally printed lab
>photo.
>

Who really cares. It sure is not going to make one a better photographer.

>His magnifications were done with a microscope that projects a video
>image which can he captured digitally. Some of what he evaluates and posts
>is purely academic in nature, but many things have practical application as
>well. He has developed and posted several custom profiles for combinations
>of inks, papers, and specific printers. As I recall, he uses a Canon ip8500
>and refills with Formulabs inks.
>
>

An IP8500 definitely calls for Canon ink Canon ink is best. If you do
not believe me just ask Canon. They told me that Canon ink on Canon
Photo Paper Pro is best. Epson told me that Epson ink and their paper
is best. And HP told me that HP ink on HP paper is best. That is
certainly very good advice from more intelligent people than you will
find here in this ng.

Have a nice day you congregants. :-)

>
>
>
>
>
July 18, 2005 9:32:04 AM

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measekite wrote:


>
> Have a nice day you congregants. :-)

Get a life loser.
Frank
July 18, 2005 10:26:23 AM

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"measekite" <inkystinky@oem.com> wrote in message
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>
>
> Burt wrote:
>
(snip)

>>Jon - I went back and read the post - I inadvertantly misstated the
>>author's message. It was conjecture that it was a bit of cement that held
>>certain components together. The link is
>>http://www.nifty-stuff.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=241 . Interesting to
>>see a disassembled print head. I don't know if you can simply click the
>>link or if you have to sign in to the Nifty-stuff
>
> is not really so nifty

Your opinion. Hundreds of people do like it. If , in your opinion, it
isn't so nifty then you can take your name off the list of participants.
You are a lurker on that forum and don't post questions or answers. You
just hang out there and then criticize it here. Gutless.

(snip)

>> He recently posted magnified pictures of the dot pattern created by an
>> inkjet printer and compared them to a conventionally printed lab photo.
>
> Who really cares. It sure is not going to make one a better photographer.

Won't make one a worse photographer either. Some people enjoy fixed focus
point-and-shoot cameras and no-pc required printers or Costco kiosk prints.
Some want as much knowledge as they can gain about the entire process.
There's room for all skill and knowledge levels. Who are you to criticize
others who seek knowledge that you don't care about?
>
>>His magnifications were done with a microscope that projects a video image
>>which can he captured digitally. Some of what he evaluates and posts is
>>purely academic in nature, but many things have practical application as
>>well. He has developed and posted several custom profiles for
>>combinations of inks, papers, and specific printers. As I recall, he uses
>>a Canon ip8500 and refills with Formulabs inks.
>>
>
> An IP8500 definitely calls for Canon ink Canon ink is best.

Don't tell that to the people who make excellent prints with MIS or
Formulabs inks with the ip8500. Their experience counts for more than your
untested opinion.

> If you do not believe me just ask Canon. They told me that Canon ink on
> Canon Photo Paper Pro is best. Epson told me that Epson ink and their
> paper is best. And HP told me that HP ink on HP paper is best. That is
> certainly very good advice from more intelligent people than you will find
> here in this ng.

And GM cars are best - just ask a GM car dealer! Oh, no - Ford cars are
best - just ask a Ford dealer. I mean, Hundai cars are best - just ask a
Hundai dealer. I'm sure there are some very intelligent people who work for
the printer companies and promote their products. There are also some
remarkably intelligent people who participate in this NG. Your comment is
insulting to all who participate.
>
> Have a nice day you congregants. :-)

Thanks, we will. Actually, the last few days were really nice as we had a
vacation from your comments.
July 18, 2005 11:09:20 AM

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"zakezuke" <zakezuke_us@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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>> And GM cars are best - just ask a GM car dealer! Oh, no - Ford cars are
>> best - just ask a Ford dealer.
>
> The funny thing is he has a point, even if he missed the point. Often
> papers are designed to bond well with a particular style of ink. In
> this way it's possible that brand x ink with brand x papers might
> produce a slighty better result. However, this is not to say that
> canon/hp/epson have a monopoly on this concept, printing has been
> around for a long time. Brush pen and ink folks know all of this
> better than any of us.

I think that most of us would agree that each company has worked to design
their printers/papers/inks to function optimally together. Other
manufacturers have also created products that can work extremely with these
printers. Epson and Costco papers, at the low end of the paper market, work
extremely well with the Canon printers, and there are many high-end photo
and art papers that have proven to be totally compatable with various
printer/ink combinations. And then we get into the ink discussion!
Compatability of paper/ink with any particular manufacturer's printers is
not the manufacturer's exclusive domain. They will try, however, to
convince you that theirs are the only products to use with their printers.
That's what salespeople and tech reps get paid for, and the profits on these
products are what pays their salaries. We should understand that these folks
have a commercially driven bias when asked about their products.
>
Anonymous
a b α HP
July 18, 2005 4:09:01 PM

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Someone just sent me the actual patent materials on this new head. The
documents are huge (some as big as 7 megs) so I don't know what's in
there yet, but could make for some interesting reading (or not) ;-)

Art

zakezuke wrote:

>>Can you provide a good URL link on the current Canon head technology?
>>I'd like to read more about it.
>
>
> If you are actually interested in the subject here is the marketing
> banter, it's *somewhat* informative. I got the info from one of those
> marketing folks suspected to be employed by a 3rd party company to hang
> out in retail stores and spam the blogs.
>
> http://www.canon.com/technology/ij/01.html
>
> I don't know much about the subject above and beyond the marketing
> tripe. It seems to me that something that is basicly still a bubble
> jet with minor improvments is severly limited in terms of the
> tempurates that can be used vs using ceramics for example. Also multi
> layered designs (can't think of the company off the top of my head at
> the moment) can be bonded together via sonics rather than resins,
> perhaps a company assoicated with brother? I can't remember.
>
> The canon design from what i've observed, in all fairness, is rather
> limited to a drop size determined by the size of the chamber... and the
> size of the hole much in the same way that medical drop dosing operates
> except the fact that exit port is at a right angle to inkflow, prior
> art likely to be the atomizer or something similar.
>
> It's been a while since I looked at HP so I don't know if their nozzles
> can serve to produce variable sized drops or not.
>
Anonymous
a b α HP
July 18, 2005 7:49:31 PM

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Frank wrote:

> measekite wrote:
>
>
>>
>> Have a nice day you congregants. :-)
>
>
> Get a life loser.
> Frank

Yes U R
Anonymous
a b α HP
July 18, 2005 7:58:16 PM

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Burt wrote:

>"measekite" <inkystinky@oem.com> wrote in message
>news:n9HCe.2007$NU2.1784@newssvr13.news.prodigy.com...
>
>
>>Burt wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>(snip)
>
>
>
>>>Jon - I went back and read the post - I inadvertantly misstated the
>>>author's message. It was conjecture that it was a bit of cement that held
>>>certain components together. The link is
>>>http://www.nifty-stuff.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=241 . Interesting to
>>>see a disassembled print head. I don't know if you can simply click the
>>>link or if you have to sign in to the Nifty-stuff
>>>
>>>
>>is not really so nifty
>>
>>
>
>Your opinion. Hundreds of people do like it. If , in your opinion, it
>isn't so nifty then you can take your name off the list of participants.
>You are a lurker on that forum and don't post questions or answers. You
>just hang out there and then criticize it here. Gutless.
>
>(snip)
>
>
>
>>> He recently posted magnified pictures of the dot pattern created by an
>>>inkjet printer and compared them to a conventionally printed lab photo.
>>>
>>>
>>Who really cares. It sure is not going to make one a better photographer.
>>
>>
>
>Won't make one a worse photographer either. Some people enjoy fixed focus
>point-and-shoot cameras and no-pc required printers or Costco kiosk prints.
>Some want as much knowledge as they can gain about the entire process.
>There's room for all skill and knowledge levels.
>
EVEN U

> Who are you to criticize
>others who seek knowledge that you don't care about?
>
>
I DO NOT CARE ABOUT U OR WHAT U SAY. U NIVER SAE DA HOLE TRUT

>>>His magnifications were done with a microscope that projects a video image
>>>which can he captured digitally. Some of what he evaluates and posts is
>>>purely academic in nature, but many things have practical application as
>>>well. He has developed and posted several custom profiles for
>>>combinations of inks, papers, and specific printers. As I recall, he uses
>>>a Canon ip8500 and refills with Formulabs inks.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>An IP8500 definitely calls for Canon ink Canon ink is best.
>>
>>
>
>Don't tell that to the people who make excellent prints with MIS or
>Formulabs inks with the ip8500. Their experience counts for more than your
>untested opinion.
>
>

CANON SAYS DERE INK IS BEST. SINCE U R CALLEN CANON A LIAR DEN U DUNT
HAVE TO USE DERE PRINTER. GO BUY A TURD PARTY PRINTER OLD WON ORE MEEKE
UR OWEN.

>
>
>>If you do not believe me just ask Canon. They told me that Canon ink on
>>Canon Photo Paper Pro is best. Epson told me that Epson ink and their
>>paper is best. And HP told me that HP ink on HP paper is best. That is
>>certainly very good advice from more intelligent people than you will find
>>here in this ng.
>>
>>
>
>And GM cars are best - just ask a GM car dealer! Oh, no - Ford cars are
>best - just ask a Ford dealer. I mean, Hundai cars are best - just ask a
>Hundai dealer.
>
AN IDIOT LIKE U CANNOT MAKE UP UR MIND.,

>I'm sure there are some very intelligent people
>
AND U ARE NOT ONE OF THEM

>who work for
>the printer companies and promote their products. There are also some
>remarkably intelligent people who participate in this NG.
>

NOT BURTIE FURTIE OR FRANKIE CRANKIE OR CONGREGANTS

>Your comment is
>insulting to all who participate.
>
>

CANON SAYS DERE INK IS BEST FOR DERE PRINTER. HP SAYS DERE INK IS BEST
FOR DERE PRINTER. EPSON SAYS DERE INK IS BEST FOR DERRE PRINTER. IF U
ARE INSULTED THEN GO GET A FEATHER AND SOME TURN PARTY INK AND DRQW UR
OWN PICS.

HA HA HA

>>Have a nice day you congregants. :-)
>>
>>
>
>Thanks, we will. Actually, the last few days were really nice as we had a
>vacation from your comments.
>
>
>
MEE TOOO I WAS AT THE NATIONAL CANON MARKETING STRATEGY CONFERENCE.
Anonymous
a b α HP
July 18, 2005 8:06:00 PM

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zakezuke wrote:

>>And GM cars are best - just ask a GM car dealer! Oh, no - Ford cars are
>>best - just ask a Ford dealer.
>>
>>
>
>The funny thing is he has a point, even if he missed the point. Often
>papers are designed to bond well with a particular style of ink. In
>this way it's possible that brand x ink with brand x papers might
>produce a slighty better result.
>

YEAH, EVEN THOUGH I USE CANON INK WITH COSTCO KIRKLAND PAPER THOUGHT TO
BE ILFORD THE CANON INK ON CANON PHOTO PAPER PRO DOES PROVIDE EVER SO
SLIGHTLY BETTER RESULT BUT THAT IS NOT COST EFFECTIVE. SINCE THE COSTCO
PAPER DOES NOT JAM OR CLOG THE PRINTER THAT COMBINATION IS GOOD.

NOW IF THERE WAS A HIGH QUALITY AFTERMARKET BRANED INK SOLD IN PREFILLED
CARTS AND SOLD IN ALL MARKETING CHANNELS SO THEIR REPUTATION COULD BE
TRACKED AND QUALITY AND PROBLEMS VERIFIED I WOULD DEFINETLY CONSIDTER THAN.

THIS WOULD ALSO BE NICE. IF COSTCO WENT TO EPSON, HP AND CANON AND HAD
THEM PRIVATE BRAND KIRKLAND PRINTER SPECIFIC INK AND SOLD IT FOR 50% OF
THE MFG BRANDED INK THAT WOULD BE TERRIFIC.

THAT CERTAINLY WOULD PUT A CRIMP IN THE WHORES.

>However, this is not to say that
>canon/hp/epson have a monopoly on this concept, printing has been
>around for a long time. Brush pen and ink folks know all of this
>better than any of us.
>
>
>
Anonymous
a b α HP
July 18, 2005 8:08:28 PM

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Burt wrote:

>"zakezuke" <zakezuke_us@yahoo.com> wrote in message
>news:1121668702.943326.245630@g14g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
>
>
>>>And GM cars are best - just ask a GM car dealer! Oh, no - Ford cars are
>>>best - just ask a Ford dealer.
>>>
>>>
>>The funny thing is he has a point, even if he missed the point. Often
>>papers are designed to bond well with a particular style of ink. In
>>this way it's possible that brand x ink with brand x papers might
>>produce a slighty better result. However, this is not to say that
>>canon/hp/epson have a monopoly on this concept, printing has been
>>around for a long time. Brush pen and ink folks know all of this
>>better than any of us.
>>
>>
>
>I think that most of us would agree that each company has worked to design
>their printers/papers/inks to function optimally together.
>

OH YES

>Other
>manufacturers have also created products that can work extremely with these
>printers.
>
NOT AS GOOD AND A BETTER CHANCE TO CLOG THE PRINTER

> Epson and Costco papers, at the low end of the paper market, work
>extremely well with the Canon printers,
>
CANON DOES SAY THAT ABOUT EPSON PAPERS

>and there are many high-end photo
>and art papers that have proven to be totally compatable with various
>printer/ink combinations. And then we get into the ink discussion!
>Compatability of paper/ink with any particular manufacturer's printers is
>not the manufacturer's exclusive domain.
>
MOSTLY AND SAFELY

>They will try, however, to
>convince you that theirs are the only products to use with their printers.
>
>
RIGHTLY SO

>That's what salespeople and tech reps get paid for, and the profits on these
>products are what pays their salaries. We should understand that these folks
>have a commercially driven bias when asked about their products.
>
>
JUST LIKE SOME OF THE LURKER IN THIS NG.

>
>
>
>
Anonymous
a b α HP
July 18, 2005 8:13:46 PM

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Arthur Entlich wrote:

> Someone just sent me the actual patent materials on this new head.
> The documents are huge (some as big as 7 megs) so I don't know what's
> in there yet, but could make for some interesting reading (or not) ;-)
>
> Art

IF YOU LIKE WASTING YOUR TIME ON THAT STUFF.

>
> zakezuke wrote:
>
>>> Can you provide a good URL link on the current Canon head technology?
>>> I'd like to read more about it.
>>
>>
>>
>> If you are actually interested in the subject here is the marketing
>> banter, it's *somewhat* informative. I got the info from one of those
>> marketing folks suspected to be employed by a 3rd party company to hang
>> out in retail stores and spam the blogs.
>>
>> http://www.canon.com/technology/ij/01.html
>>
>> I don't know much about the subject above and beyond the marketing
>> tripe. It seems to me that something that is basicly still a bubble
>> jet with minor improvments is severly limited in terms of the
>> tempurates that can be used vs using ceramics for example. Also multi
>> layered designs (can't think of the company off the top of my head at
>> the moment) can be bonded together via sonics rather than resins,
>> perhaps a company assoicated with brother? I can't remember.
>>
>> The canon design from what i've observed, in all fairness, is rather
>> limited to a drop size determined by the size of the chamber... and the
>> size of the hole much in the same way that medical drop dosing operates
>> except the fact that exit port is at a right angle to inkflow, prior
>> art likely to be the atomizer or something similar.
>>
>> It's been a while since I looked at HP so I don't know if their nozzles
>> can serve to produce variable sized drops or not.
>>
July 18, 2005 9:08:02 PM

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"measekite" <inkystinky@oem.com> wrote in message
news:IrQCe.4312$NU2.1810@newssvr13.news.prodigy.com...
>
>
> zakezuke wrote:
>
>>>And GM cars are best - just ask a GM car dealer! Oh, no - Ford cars are
>>>best - just ask a Ford dealer.
>>>
>>
>>The funny thing is he has a point, even if he missed the point. Often
>>papers are designed to bond well with a particular style of ink. In
>>this way it's possible that brand x ink with brand x papers might
>>produce a slighty better result.
>
> YEAH, EVEN THOUGH I USE CANON INK WITH COSTCO KIRKLAND PAPER THOUGHT TO BE
> ILFORD THE CANON INK ON CANON PHOTO PAPER PRO DOES PROVIDE EVER SO
> SLIGHTLY BETTER RESULT BUT THAT IS NOT COST EFFECTIVE. SINCE THE COSTCO
> PAPER DOES NOT JAM OR CLOG THE PRINTER THAT COMBINATION IS GOOD.
>
> NOW IF THERE WAS A HIGH QUALITY AFTERMARKET BRANED INK SOLD IN PREFILLED
> CARTS AND SOLD IN ALL MARKETING CHANNELS SO THEIR REPUTATION COULD BE
> TRACKED AND QUALITY AND PROBLEMS VERIFIED I WOULD DEFINETLY CONSIDTER
> THAN.

Would you consider a dictionary or spell checker?
>
> THIS WOULD ALSO BE NICE. IF COSTCO WENT TO EPSON, HP AND CANON AND HAD
> THEM PRIVATE BRAND KIRKLAND PRINTER SPECIFIC INK AND SOLD IT FOR 50% OF
> THE MFG BRANDED INK THAT WOULD BE TERRIFIC.

If Canon privately labeled OEM ink for another firm you would never know it.
Same problem you complain about now with not knowing the source or
manufacturer. As an MBA from Stanford you should know that.
>
> THAT CERTAINLY WOULD PUT A CRIMP IN THE WHORES.

Measekite likes his whores crimped! Kinky
July 18, 2005 9:16:53 PM

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"measekite" <inkystinky@oem.com> wrote in message
news:skQCe.4290$NU2.2574@newssvr13.news.prodigy.com...
>
>
>(snip)

> CANON SAYS DERE INK IS BEST. SINCE U R CALLEN CANON A LIAR DEN U DUNT
> HAVE TO USE DERE PRINTER. GO BUY A TURD PARTY PRINTER OLD WON ORE MEEKE
> UR OWEN.

??????? some third world country dialect? Baby talk? I didn't call Canon a
liar. I said that their reps have a vested intrest in touting their
products. As do Epson, HP, Ford, GM, Hundai, etc. Are they liars? Welcome
to the marketplace, Mr. Stanford MBA.

(snip)
>
> CANON SAYS DERE INK IS BEST FOR DERE PRINTER. HP SAYS DERE INK IS BEST
> FOR DERE PRINTER. EPSON SAYS DERE INK IS BEST FOR DERRE PRINTER. IF U
> ARE INSULTED THEN GO GET A FEATHER AND SOME TURN PARTY INK AND DRQW UR OWN
> PICS.

Their marketing tactics are not insulting, your comment about the people on
this NG not being as intelligent as the printer company reps is. You get an
"F" in reading comprehension, spelling, and fake dialect creative writing.
Back to bonehead English.
>
Anonymous
a b α HP
July 18, 2005 10:27:36 PM

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Burt wrote:

>"measekite" <inkystinky@oem.com> wrote in message
>news:IrQCe.4312$NU2.1810@newssvr13.news.prodigy.com...
>
>
>>zakezuke wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>>>>And GM cars are best - just ask a GM car dealer! Oh, no - Ford cars are
>>>>best - just ask a Ford dealer.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>The funny thing is he has a point, even if he missed the point. Often
>>>papers are designed to bond well with a particular style of ink. In
>>>this way it's possible that brand x ink with brand x papers might
>>>produce a slighty better result.
>>>
>>>
>>YEAH, EVEN THOUGH I USE CANON INK WITH COSTCO KIRKLAND PAPER THOUGHT TO BE
>>ILFORD THE CANON INK ON CANON PHOTO PAPER PRO DOES PROVIDE EVER SO
>>SLIGHTLY BETTER RESULT BUT THAT IS NOT COST EFFECTIVE. SINCE THE COSTCO
>>PAPER DOES NOT JAM OR CLOG THE PRINTER THAT COMBINATION IS GOOD.
>>
>>NOW IF THERE WAS A HIGH QUALITY AFTERMARKET BRANED INK SOLD IN PREFILLED
>>CARTS AND SOLD IN ALL MARKETING CHANNELS SO THEIR REPUTATION COULD BE
>>TRACKED AND QUALITY AND PROBLEMS VERIFIED I WOULD DEFINETLY CONSIDTER
>>THAN.
>>
>>
>
>Would you consider a dictionary or spell checker?
>
>
no

>>THIS WOULD ALSO BE NICE. IF COSTCO WENT TO EPSON, HP AND CANON AND HAD
>>THEM PRIVATE BRAND KIRKLAND PRINTER SPECIFIC INK AND SOLD IT FOR 50% OF
>>THE MFG BRANDED INK THAT WOULD BE TERRIFIC.
>>
>>
>
>If Canon privately labeled OEM ink for another firm you would never know it.
>
>
wrong

>Same problem you complain about now with not knowing the source or
>manufacturer. As an MBA from Stanford you should know that.
>
>

nope

>>THAT CERTAINLY WOULD PUT A CRIMP IN THE WHORES.
>>
>>
>
>Measekite likes his whores crimped! Kinky
>
>

like ur wife

>
>
>
July 18, 2005 10:27:37 PM

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measekite wrote:

>
>
> Burt wrote:
>
>> "measekite" <inkystinky@oem.com> wrote in message
>> news:IrQCe.4312$NU2.1810@newssvr13.news.prodigy.com...
>>
>>
>>> zakezuke wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>>> And GM cars are best - just ask a GM car dealer! Oh, no - Ford
>>>>> cars are
>>>>> best - just ask a Ford dealer.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> The funny thing is he has a point, even if he missed the point. Often
>>>> papers are designed to bond well with a particular style of ink. In
>>>> this way it's possible that brand x ink with brand x papers might
>>>> produce a slighty better result.
>>>>
>>>
>>> YEAH, EVEN THOUGH I USE CANON INK WITH COSTCO KIRKLAND PAPER THOUGHT
>>> TO BE ILFORD THE CANON INK ON CANON PHOTO PAPER PRO DOES PROVIDE EVER
>>> SO SLIGHTLY BETTER RESULT BUT THAT IS NOT COST EFFECTIVE. SINCE THE
>>> COSTCO PAPER DOES NOT JAM OR CLOG THE PRINTER THAT COMBINATION IS GOOD.
>>>
>>> NOW IF THERE WAS A HIGH QUALITY AFTERMARKET BRANED INK SOLD IN
>>> PREFILLED CARTS AND SOLD IN ALL MARKETING CHANNELS SO THEIR
>>> REPUTATION COULD BE TRACKED AND QUALITY AND PROBLEMS VERIFIED I WOULD
>>> DEFINETLY CONSIDTER THAN.
>>>
>>
>>
>> Would you consider a dictionary or spell checker?
>>
>>
> no
>
>>> THIS WOULD ALSO BE NICE. IF COSTCO WENT TO EPSON, HP AND CANON AND
>>> HAD THEM PRIVATE BRAND KIRKLAND PRINTER SPECIFIC INK AND SOLD IT FOR
>>> 50% OF THE MFG BRANDED INK THAT WOULD BE TERRIFIC.
>>>
>>
>>
>> If Canon privately labeled OEM ink for another firm you would never
>> know it.
>>
> wrong
>
>> Same problem you complain about now with not knowing the source or
>> manufacturer. As an MBA from Stanford you should know that.
>>
>>
>
> nope
>
>>> THAT CERTAINLY WOULD PUT A CRIMP IN THE WHORES.
>>>
>>
>>
>> Measekite likes his whores crimped! Kinky
>>
>>
>
> like ur wife
>
>>
>>
>>

I just sent that one straight to abuse at your ISP.
Got any more?
Frank
Anonymous
a b α HP
July 18, 2005 10:30:36 PM

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Burt wrote:

>"measekite" <inkystinky@oem.com> wrote in message
>news:skQCe.4290$NU2.2574@newssvr13.news.prodigy.com...
>
>
>>(snip)
>>
>>
>
>
>
>>CANON SAYS DERE INK IS BEST. SINCE U R CALLEN CANON A LIAR DEN U DUNT
>>HAVE TO USE DERE PRINTER. GO BUY A TURD PARTY PRINTER OLD WON ORE MEEKE
>>UR OWEN.
>>
>>
>
>??????? some third world country dialect?
>
yep

> Baby talk?
>
fotofreek talk

>I didn't call Canon a
>liar. I said that their reps have a vested intrest in touting their
>products. As do Epson, HP, Ford, GM, Hundai, etc. Are they liars? Welcome
>to the marketplace, Mr. Stanford MBA.
>
>
if u want to tulk bout crs den goto car.ng

>(snip)
>
>
>>CANON SAYS DERE INK IS BEST FOR DERE PRINTER. HP SAYS DERE INK IS BEST
>>FOR DERE PRINTER. EPSON SAYS DERE INK IS BEST FOR DERRE PRINTER. IF U
>>ARE INSULTED THEN GO GET A FEATHER AND SOME TURN PARTY INK AND DRQW UR OWN
>>PICS.
>>
>>
>
>Their marketing tactics are not insulting, your comment about the people on
>this NG not being as intelligent as the printer company reps is.
>
DA TRUTH. SOME ARE UR NOT

> You get an
>"F" in reading comprehension, spelling, and fake dialect creative writing.
>Back to bonehead English.
>
>

HAHAHAHAHA DA JERK KEEPS RESPONDING

>
>
>
>
Anonymous
a b α HP
July 18, 2005 11:38:36 PM

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Frank wrote:

> measekite wrote:
>
>>
>>
>> Burt wrote:
>>
>>> "measekite" <inkystinky@oem.com> wrote in message
>>> news:IrQCe.4312$NU2.1810@newssvr13.news.prodigy.com...
>>>
>>>
>>>> zakezuke wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>> And GM cars are best - just ask a GM car dealer! Oh, no - Ford
>>>>>> cars are
>>>>>> best - just ask a Ford dealer.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> The funny thing is he has a point, even if he missed the point.
>>>>> Often
>>>>> papers are designed to bond well with a particular style of ink. In
>>>>> this way it's possible that brand x ink with brand x papers might
>>>>> produce a slighty better result.
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> YEAH, EVEN THOUGH I USE CANON INK WITH COSTCO KIRKLAND PAPER
>>>> THOUGHT TO BE ILFORD THE CANON INK ON CANON PHOTO PAPER PRO DOES
>>>> PROVIDE EVER SO SLIGHTLY BETTER RESULT BUT THAT IS NOT COST
>>>> EFFECTIVE. SINCE THE COSTCO PAPER DOES NOT JAM OR CLOG THE PRINTER
>>>> THAT COMBINATION IS GOOD.
>>>>
>>>> NOW IF THERE WAS A HIGH QUALITY AFTERMARKET BRANED INK SOLD IN
>>>> PREFILLED CARTS AND SOLD IN ALL MARKETING CHANNELS SO THEIR
>>>> REPUTATION COULD BE TRACKED AND QUALITY AND PROBLEMS VERIFIED I
>>>> WOULD DEFINETLY CONSIDTER THAN.
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Would you consider a dictionary or spell checker?
>>>
>>>
>> no
>>
>>>> THIS WOULD ALSO BE NICE. IF COSTCO WENT TO EPSON, HP AND CANON AND
>>>> HAD THEM PRIVATE BRAND KIRKLAND PRINTER SPECIFIC INK AND SOLD IT
>>>> FOR 50% OF THE MFG BRANDED INK THAT WOULD BE TERRIFIC.
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> If Canon privately labeled OEM ink for another firm you would never
>>> know it.
>>
>> wrong
>>
>>> Same problem you complain about now with not knowing the source or
>>> manufacturer. As an MBA from Stanford you should know that.
>>>
>>>
>>
>> nope
>>
>>>> THAT CERTAINLY WOULD PUT A CRIMP IN THE WHORES.
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Measekite likes his whores crimped! Kinky
>>>
>>>
>>
>> like ur wife
>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>
> I just sent that one straight to abuse at your ISP.
> Got any more?
> Frank

ME TOO
Anonymous
a b α HP
July 18, 2005 11:40:55 PM

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measekite wrote:

>
>
> Frank wrote:
>
>> measekite wrote:
>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Burt wrote:
>>>
>>>> "measekite" <inkystinky@oem.com> wrote in message
>>>> news:IrQCe.4312$NU2.1810@newssvr13.news.prodigy.com...
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>> zakezuke wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>>> And GM cars are best - just ask a GM car dealer! Oh, no - Ford
>>>>>>> cars are
>>>>>>> best - just ask a Ford dealer.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The funny thing is he has a point, even if he missed the point.
>>>>>> Often
>>>>>> papers are designed to bond well with a particular style of ink. In
>>>>>> this way it's possible that brand x ink with brand x papers might
>>>>>> produce a slighty better result.
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> YEAH, EVEN THOUGH I USE CANON INK WITH COSTCO KIRKLAND PAPER
>>>>> THOUGHT TO BE ILFORD THE CANON INK ON CANON PHOTO PAPER PRO DOES
>>>>> PROVIDE EVER SO SLIGHTLY BETTER RESULT BUT THAT IS NOT COST
>>>>> EFFECTIVE. SINCE THE COSTCO PAPER DOES NOT JAM OR CLOG THE
>>>>> PRINTER THAT COMBINATION IS GOOD.
>>>>>
>>>>> NOW IF THERE WAS A HIGH QUALITY AFTERMARKET BRANED INK SOLD IN
>>>>> PREFILLED CARTS AND SOLD IN ALL MARKETING CHANNELS SO THEIR
>>>>> REPUTATION COULD BE TRACKED AND QUALITY AND PROBLEMS VERIFIED I
>>>>> WOULD DEFINETLY CONSIDTER THAN.
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Would you consider a dictionary or spell checker?
>>>>
>>>>
>>> no
>>>
>>>>> THIS WOULD ALSO BE NICE. IF COSTCO WENT TO EPSON, HP AND CANON
>>>>> AND HAD THEM PRIVATE BRAND KIRKLAND PRINTER SPECIFIC INK AND SOLD
>>>>> IT FOR 50% OF THE MFG BRANDED INK THAT WOULD BE TERRIFIC.
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> If Canon privately labeled OEM ink for another firm you would never
>>>> know it.
>>>
>>>
>>> wrong
>>>
>>>> Same problem you complain about now with not knowing the source or
>>>> manufacturer. As an MBA from Stanford you should know that.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>> nope
>>>
>>>>> THAT CERTAINLY WOULD PUT A CRIMP IN THE WHORES.
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Measekite likes his whores crimped! Kinky
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>> like ur wife
>>>
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>>>>
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>>
>> I just sent that one straight to abuse at your ISP.
>> Got any more?
>> Frank
>
>
> ME TOO
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