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Old Jul 20, 2008, 4:23 AM   #1
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Hi I know this has been a pain not been able to refill the Epson pro 3800.

But there is light at the end of the tunnel.


WE have managed 3 things here 1/ Replacment cartridge 2/ Refillable version 3/ Bulk feed systems.

All 3 are under test at this time and we will have them ready in about 4-6 weeks if test are OK.

PLease this is a WARNING all 3 need the OEM chip so it can work.

OK I am pushing my self here but if any one is intersted contact me on either

Info@refill-cc.biz or gemini@gemini-colours.com



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Old Jul 20, 2008, 5:45 AM   #2
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Robert,



Can you tell us what the price indication will be for those cartridges ? The only feasible option for the moment is the Inkrepublic I-King system for the Pro 3800, costing $ 760 which is an horrible amount of money to pay for. For this price I rather buy original Epson cartridges in the USA (much cheaper, even with custom duties on top of it).

And this bulky bulk ink feed system would take a lot of my precious desk space too.

For me the option with refillable cartridges + resetter is the way to go.

Thanks in advance and for your serious efforts to overcome this problem !!!
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