Epson R200 ink's

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Hello,
I am considering buying an Epson R200 or R300 and would like to use
compatable inks, any one had a problem with this?
If so what are the pitfalls?
 

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The ink tanks are "chipped" which means that you need to have a way to reset
the chips, along with refilling the tanks.
Since the ink nozzles are very very small (2 picoliter drops) clogging is a
also major concern.
http://home.att.net/~arwomack01/#servicemanuals
This URL has some links at the top that may help.

"tegco" <tegco@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:75A466E8-8FD8-4E66-A190-DDF26F7A8639@microsoft.com...
> Hello,
> I am considering buying an Epson R200 or R300 and would like to use
> compatable inks, any one had a problem with this?
> If so what are the pitfalls?


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