Epson Stylus Pro 7880
it is 8 color ink cartridge
Roland Soljet Pro II 745EX, VS-640 x3, JHFvista T90, Q8
(2) HP z6200's
(1) Epson 4880
(1) Epson R1900
(1) Xerox Docucolor 260
They all have their strong points and faults.
Hp laserjet 1100w its comfortable becouse i don't must connecting cable from may laptop, printing job sending in wireless :)
I use Epson Stylus Photo (inkjet) to print designs and layouts for my clients and photos for me. The quality in photos is amazing and Epson says they last longer than those from the lab (up to 98 years in a frame or over 200 years in an album!). I also have a Xerox Phaser 6500DN (laser), I'm using it mostly for comps and various documents, including books and magazines.
Mutoh VJ love it
I use the Epson Stylus Pro 3880 for proof and very small number of copies. It's a great Inkjet Printer, prints with 8 inks, max 17" and is very reliable. I am very glad to have it. Tho i would buy a HP laser printer additionally if i had the cheese (brings duplex prints and faster/cheaper for very small number of cupies. :D
I have and EPSON R1900, which is something I would STAY AWAY FROM! It printheads constantly get clogged, and the fix is to waste a lot of ink. I'm a graphic designer, so I got it to do prints I coulnd't get d at a printshop, but this printer will not take thick paper, so again: STAY AWAY from this !
I must add (because there are some nice reviews about this printer) that when it works it prints beautyfuly!
i've tried canon, hp, epson and ricoh and i have to admit, all of them have their adv and disadv.
i do mostly ceramic decals with ceramic trs though so it's kind of a whole different beast as everything inside my laser printers have been converted to handle ceramic trs.
personally i like hp and xerox, they offer best print quality. but in terms of ease of access to parts, canon and epson are the most cost effective.
ricoh is very adaptable.
cheap samsung laser for paperwork.
Love both the printers.
Do sublimation and transfers
I use Epson, it can fit me.
About how many prints can you make with those epson printers and the tint that comes with it ? anybody has some kind of information about that ? My old printer uses way to much tint and I don't see myself spending about 40$ so often just for the tint.
I use the Canon iX6550 but the inks are quite small, although the print quality is good. Ultimately, how the colours come out depends on print profiles and type of paper, so if it comes with print profiles, take advantage of them and calibrate often.