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 on: May 18, 2024, 08:54:44 am 
Started by Ryan Mack - Last post by Ryan Mack
Still on the fence about upgrading from my 4000 to a 4600 but would like to see some reviews on gamut, handling, clogs, and longevity. Anything out there yet?

 32 
 on: May 18, 2024, 01:49:47 am 
Started by narikin - Last post by PhilipCummins
Hopefully not too off topic, but: the eyes are getting older, and find myself craning neck forward to check details on my 4k NEC Spectraview. Time for some gentle (+1, +1.25) readers for daily work.

Anyone got a recommendation?

I'd get a professional script from an optometrist to get your eyes checked to see if there's anything more than presbyopia and make some suggestions for what you might need. I can recommend the Hoya Workstyle V+ Screen lenses for computer use (see here) if you use the computer daily (ie 4 hrs+ a day) for simpler use cases, no specific need to get Blue Light filtering as typically you can customise your monitor to reduce the Blue Light levels to what you prefer or turn it off as needed (and some solutions didn't seem to block a significant amount of Blue Light to make a large difference when I measured).

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 on: May 17, 2024, 06:04:35 pm 
Started by mfrohman - Last post by mfrohman
just wanted to mention I have a lot of HP 70 and 772 ink from my z3200 for sale in the sale section. I'm including a bunch of opened but new printheads as well. In case any Z3200 users don't check the sale forums.

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 on: May 17, 2024, 06:02:07 pm 
Started by narikin - Last post by mfrohman
I've used Breathing Color's Art Peel with good results.

 35 
 on: May 17, 2024, 03:25:32 pm 
Started by Leszek Piotrowski - Last post by Leszek Piotrowski
Matt, thanks.

Spring in my parts was a tad on the wet side,... but eventually, with a little warmth, things began to head full time into spring mode.

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 on: May 17, 2024, 03:02:33 pm 
Started by soharaus - Last post by soharaus
I left the bottom part to give an idea of the scale of the dark wall looming above the houses at the bottom.... The cropped version has its own feel. The scale of the surroundings is not present but it works too (at least for me).

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 on: May 17, 2024, 01:47:38 pm 
Started by soharaus - Last post by Mark Nadler
I like this image.  I would consider eliminating the very bottom part.

mark

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 on: May 17, 2024, 12:53:42 pm 
Started by soharaus - Last post by soharaus
What the students see looking out (all twelve of them).

 39 
 on: May 17, 2024, 10:23:24 am 
Started by TonyW - Last post by Kyle D Jackson

Hey that's good news, happy it worked! Cheers  :)

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 on: May 17, 2024, 06:26:45 am 
Started by TonyW - Last post by TonyW
Wow that's some extensive cockling  :o This is the first time it's done that? If these settings normally give a suitable ink load, I'm wondering if your ambient humidity is much higher recently. Or if it's a defective batch of paper.
This was the first time using roll paper, previously using the same paper in sheet form OK.  Humidity no appreciable change.

I suspect user error rather than defective batch.  Thinking about this again the only other factor is the subject matter which is an abstract with large areas of single saturated colour.

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