Quote Originally Posted by Ray Heath View Post
g'day dan. why up your volume? quality is far more important
than quantity Ray
Actually I've come to think it doesn't have anything to do with
volume, great or small. More so it has to do with an efficient
use of time and even space. Processing does follow printing
but once under way is not complete until the print is out of
the fix and holding.

I'm something of a Time and Motion analyst. Some papers
will be tested for image retention. That testing in itself will
require later processing; an opportunity there for some
workflow and space efficiencies observation. Likely
printing today and processing tomorrow will work
for some situations and not for others. Dan