Re: tempera interests

From: Jan Kapoor ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 01/19/05-07:19:43 PM Z
Message-id: <41EF072F.2030209@jankapoor.net>

A series of dumb questions:
But what are the "pizza wheels" for? Are they necessary perhaps when
printing on paper? Can this lifting process be reversed?

Thanks--

Jan

res1dvao@verizon.net wrote:

>I accidently discovered a way to stop the "pizza wheel" tracks on OPF from Epson 2200. Lift the top and look down on the wheels. They are on a silver bar which lifts up about 1/8". On the far left is a plastic wheel. With the silver lifted up with your right hand, press the wheel down with your left little finger. It should snap down and stay put, lifting up the silver bar and all the "pizza wheels".
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>George
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Fine art photography of Jan Kapoor at www.jankapoor.net
Pinhole, large format, alternative printing processes and digital.
Received on Wed Jan 19 19:19:59 2005

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