Epson Stylus Pro 7600 Print Engine with Photographic Dye™ Ink

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Q:
What is the difference between the UltraChrome inks used in the Stylus Pro 7600/9600 and the Archival used in the Stylus Pro 7500/9500/10000CF printers?
A:
UltraChrome is a new ink formulation implemented with the Stylus Pro 7600/9600. This ink is for professional photography, proofing, and fine art printing and has an expected longevity of up to 75 years, depending on display conditions. The Stylus Pro 7500/9500/10000CF use Archival inks for outdoor signage and fine art printing, with an expected longevity of over 75 years, depending on display conditions.

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