Joel foran
I've always use these pigments manually by stroker brush and I can't help but think that there's got to be a way that I could do this to my printer I think equality would come out a lot better I think it's been a lot more time enjoying my product then I am working on it so basically what I'm asking is is it even possible to do this maybe there's so many printers out there there's got to be a way
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Jacquardmod Jacquardmod
Which pigments?  The pearl ex pigments?
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Joel foran
Yes that is exactly the point of talking about I was wondering if I could use like a Hewlett-Packard that has 02 cartridges because they're liquid-based they don't have a sponge NE and as long as I use gum arabic to as a solvent I think it would work but I just don't know
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Jacquardmod Jacquardmod
Sounds interesting, but I am guessing this would be pretty hard.  I am going to give you someone to contact about this that can be more help than I can.
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