Inkjet Technologies

Inkjet Technologies

For fine art reproduction purposes, there are just two major inkjet technologies. Both are known as drop-on-demand but differ significantly in design. Before we go there, let’s first examine basic inkjet technology. Inkjet printers (ijp) work by spraying tiny...
Fine Art Reproduction Inkjet Paper

Fine Art Reproduction Inkjet Paper

There are literally hundreds of different media types (paper, canvas, poster board, metal & vinyl) in many surface textures (matte, satin matte, smooth matte, glossy, high gloss, linen, etc.) Many are available in both cut sheets as well as rolls. Some printers...
A Short Primer on Ink Jet Printers

A Short Primer on Ink Jet Printers

For our purposes, I’m covering only Epson and Canon printers in this short primer on ink jet printers. Fine art prints require a wide gamut (range of colors) which requires printers using 6, 8 or 10 colors. Other than size—13″, 17″, 24″ are the most common—the...
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