[alt-photo] Re: epson c88 & ultrafine inkjet transparency

Gordon J. Holtslander gjh at shaw.ca
Thu Dec 10 15:13:34 GMT 2009

Thanks Loris

I have some yupo - I'll try it.   I also want to work with carbon 
transfer again - from digital negatives - the reason I have the yupo ...

Carbon Transfer was the first alt-process I did (~20 years ago!) - got 
me hooked :)


Loris Medici wrote:
> I use a similar approach with my HP 9180B because it has troubles in
> detecting the media. It was working OK at the beginning (correct detection,
> no feeding problems) then started to refuse the sheet (was giving me "no
> paper" error), probably because the photocell sensor has lost some
> sensitivity due dust/dirt accumulation... Anyway, I now use a same sized
> sheet of 200micron (~ 8mil) Yupo under the transparency media and it works
> flawlessly. I don't tape the transparency to Yupo since the static (and
> friction) is enough to keep them together.
> Regards,
> Loris.
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> Gord,
> In the past I've found that placing a thin sheet of cardboard (the same
> thickness that is packaged in new dress shirts) effective in getting media
> to feed into the printer. Try that and see if it helps.
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Gordon J. Holtslander
gjh at shaw.ca

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