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I'm looking to buy a colour printer for my home studio. I need to be able to print high quality A3 prints, suitable to presentation standard.
It would be nice if the printer can handle a variety of different stocks/weights, as I would like to experiment with doing some little limited run experiements/CD covers etc.
Likewise, the functionality of printing onto the CDs themself would be really neat, but not if the quality is atrocious.
Any recommendations appreciated! Cheers.
Please guys, not all at once!
I'm thinking of getting an a3 printer too, found this site http://www.a3colourprinters.com/
They rate A3 printers in different price ranges. Looks like good info
*Actually it's pretty heavily stacked towards Canon Pixma range...
Around 12 months ago I got a konica Minolta magicolor 4650 after looking around.
It was almost half price from around $1200 to $700. I was happy.
Its now out of ink and will cost $600 for new C, M, Y and K toners.
Not so happy.
Oooohh, Imma think I'm going to do some serious research into this, to avoid the painful burning sensation you must be feeling.
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