09-26-2021 05:00 PM
Trying to find a personal printer Company that sells a machine that prints with UV Black Light inks (home use 8x11). I own a Pixma MX922 personal use all-in-one printer, but there aren't any of these cartridges for it. Why? In this age of designer stuff for us home novices you would think inks like these would be made available. Any leads comments thoughts appreciated.
09-28-2021 09:49 AM
Hard to believe people do not want or have any interest in Black Light UV ink cartridges. Come on Canon step up to what a few people really, really want. I hope they will.
10-04-2021 12:25 PM - edited 10-04-2021 01:08 PM
I think there may be cricket activity but not for certain. Maybe I should query Epson and Brother. Does Canon really want them to get all the UV black light ink sales. It's hard to imagine but maybe their superiors never hear of these inquires. Sad, very sad. I will keep trying though.
10-04-2021 12:49 PM - edited 10-04-2021 01:12 PM
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10-04-2021 01:01 PM
10-11-2021 01:52 PM
Why why why.... this seems like a market that would greatly benefit the novice artist and yet Canon, Epson and Brother seem to have no interest. Anybody know of any bootleg UV Black Light ink cartridges that won't mess up my Pixma?