Rispondi a "How much humidity can Epson printers take?"Strange, my printers heads kept drying out and I was told (here’s the thread) that adding a humidifier in the room that has the printer will work in preventing this problem. I did as it was recommended, and higher RH improved this situation. But I suppose it only make sense in a very dry climate (as we live in a desert). I try to keep my humidity between 40 & 50%, been using an Epson printers for many years with no problems (4000, 9800 and now a 9900 for close to 2-years). Just be sure to get a humidifier with in-built sensor (mine is Levoit) to keep it under control, and everything would be just fine.
Rispondi a "I have dust free box and air humidifier and I still have dust."Dust is unavoidable. So making a truly dust free environment is extremely difficult. Steam up the room where are you working, go away, come back. Keep the air still after you steam it up. The steam will pull all the dust out of the air and onto the floor/surfaces. Wet cleaning works the same. Also don’t forget to change your filters - if they’re not clean, they probably just running the dust around your room.