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deanwork

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Re: A chance to look at the P7500 [7570]
« Reply #20 on: July 27, 2022, 07:41:41 pm »


Yes that is what its design for, Premium Luster. Should not have issues with that.

For the rest of us who have been working with thicker fine cotton and alpha cel. papers for decades, and who have clients who want nothing but premium media, were pretty much screwed with new models.

John


I'm a casual user of my P7570, and I LOVE it.  I received it in November '21 and have used nothing but Epson Premium Photo Paper Luster 260 on 24" roll.. Mine is 100% reliable, has never clogged, and make excellent prints.. I realize that my usage is easy on the printer, but I'd buy another instantly if someone stole mine out of my familyroom.
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Re: A chance to look at the P7500 [7570]
« Reply #21 on: July 28, 2022, 07:33:49 pm »

Yes that is what its designed for, Premium Luster. Should not have issues with that.

For the rest of us who have been working with thicker fine cotton and alpha cel. papers for decades, and who have clients who want nothing but premium media, were pretty much screwed with new models.

John
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Re: A chance to look at the P7500 [7570]
« Reply #22 on: September 14, 2022, 09:09:14 pm »

My 7570 has been ok. I am a photographer not a production shop. On the whole it has been reliable, but I did have one event in which a roll of Canson Baryta Photographique II got torn off the roll. Thankfully, this was not at the end of the roll, so there was no damage done. I rewound the paper and I am now vigilant when I print, but this thing is NOT reliable on a production basis.
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Re: A chance to look at the P7500 [7570]
« Reply #23 on: September 15, 2022, 05:33:25 pm »

From the reports over the last two years the 7570 is quite a bit more trouble free than the 9570.
The head on the 44 model is much more prone to scratch and scrape the larger roll than the 24 rolls, ans simply chews up very thin material like the Awagami kozo that I use.

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My 7570 has been ok. I am a photographer not a production shop. On the whole it has been reliable, but I did have one event in which a roll of Canson Baryta Photographique II got torn off the roll. Thankfully, this was not at the end of the roll, so there was no damage done. I rewound the paper and I am now vigilant when I print, but this thing is NOT reliable on a production basis.
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