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 Posted: Mon Nov 30th, 2009 08:12 am
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If you look on post 58 Brian i have got a Kodak and also gave Peter the site to look at them.

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Thanks for the link Alan - thay only appear to send to UK but it may be worth the extra postage if I had them sent to a UK address and forwarded. :roll:



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Hi Peter mines an epsom printer/scanner/copier and uses 4 cartrages (red, yellow, blue, black). I buy my cartrages from ukdvdr on the net rather than the proper epsom ones at £30 a set! Never had any probs with the printer over the past three years i've been using them. The reason that leximark printers are so cheep is they make a killing on the replacement ink. Proberly cheeper to by another leximark printer than the cartrages!

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Hi all, My printer is an old Dell 940, When I changed to windows7 64bit, I could not use it no drivers available. So I fooled the comp with a vista 64 bit driver for the dell 940, works like a charm.
Now just a question on paper and card, Is the thickness of these items measured in grams, I see some are sold at 160gms others range to 250gms/350gms, what does that mean in english!
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It's Grams per Square Meter. This might help:

http://www.thegloucesterprintingco.co.uk/file-upload

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http://www.office365.co.uk/Paper/Paper.htm

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 Posted: Sun Nov 7th, 2010 11:31 am
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:thumbsMany thanks Perry, Now I know what to look for!

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