Epson 7600 ink mointer software??

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras' started by Serial # 19781010, Nov 4, 2003.

  1. I am wanting to accuratly asses my cost of making prints with my Epson
    7600. I know the printer comes with status mointer but I really want
    to know exact amounts for each print. I think this is possible as
    when the ink gets low I get a 7% and on down reading after each print.
    Does anyone know of any such software or has anyone done
    determinations of cost for their printing. I print mostly on Canvas
    and Epson Enhanced matte.

    Thanks for any help

    Bob j.
     
    Serial # 19781010, Nov 4, 2003
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  2. Serial # 19781010

    Bob Hatch Guest

    The printer has a built in function that will print a report on ink used and
    paper used for your last 9 jobs. It is accessed on the printer by pressing
    the SelecType once, then the down arrow button once and you will see the
    words Test Print, Press the SelecType button once, the Press the down arrow
    button until you see the Job Info, press the SelecType button the press
    enter. A report will print that will show exact amount of ink used on each
    of the last 9 jobs.
     
    Bob Hatch, Nov 4, 2003
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  3. Serial # 19781010

    Bob Hatch Guest

    IMO this would be a really dumb thing to do with a 7600. The amount of ink
    in the ink tubes is significant and I think would require a recharge of the
    system. I've taken one of the 220 carts apart when the printer said it was
    empty and the amount of ink remaining in the ink bag was insignificant.

    Want to know the true cost run the report.
     
    Bob Hatch, Nov 4, 2003
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  4. Thank you for the info!! I have always relied upon this group and it
    has never let me down. I have been reading and posting here since
    1996.

    Thanks for this and everything along the way.

    Bob Johnson

    www.rfjphotography.com
     
    Serial # 19781010, Nov 5, 2003
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