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Can a 7800 printer use eco-solvent inks?

Discussion in 'Epson' started by Ferdux, Dec 15, 2010.

  1. Ferdux

    Ferdux New Member

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    I have an epson 7800 useless, and want to see if any one has use some how , eco solvent inks on them, i could use refill cartridges, but need to know if the dampers will work or want get clog before i do it. any one has done it?
     
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  2. signswi

    signswi Very Active Member

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    Sell it and buy a GS6000.
     
  3. NZDR-Payne

    NZDR-Payne Member

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    Nothing in the 7800 ink train is made from solvent-resistant material. Even putting eco-solvent inks in this machine is going to be disastrous. Take Jesse's advice to sell it and put a down payment on a solvent machine.
     
  4. Esmae

    Esmae Member

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    plus it has no heating platens
     
  5. Headhunterx

    Headhunterx Member

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    How much do you want for it?

    Thanks Richard
     
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