Printer recommendations

Started Apr 20, 2013 | Questions
Al Gooding
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Printer recommendations
Apr 20, 2013

I'm looking for a reasonably priced printer, and was hoping to get some input here on DPR.  My requirements are as follows. Wireless, able to scan and copy documents, good quality photo prints, 8.5X11 paper max. and probably most important, economical ink (low average cost per page). We print several times a week, so I'm not worried about nozzles drying out. We are going to replace a Kodak photo all in one.

Thanks, Al

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jtoolman
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In reply to Al Gooding, Apr 20, 2013

Al Gooding wrote:

I'm looking for a reasonably priced printer, and was hoping to get some input here on DPR.  My requirements are as follows. Wireless, able to scan and copy documents, good quality photo prints, 8.5X11 paper max. and probably most important, economical ink (low average cost per page). We print several times a week, so I'm not worried about nozzles drying out. We are going to replace a Kodak photo all in one.

Thanks, Al

EPSON Artisan series

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Alpha Doug
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In reply to jtoolman, Apr 20, 2013

Agreed with the Epson Artisan series, best then get refillable cartridges and ink from InkJetCarts.com.  Saves tons on printing, with very good OEM color match.

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In reply to Alpha Doug, Apr 20, 2013

Alpha Doug wrote:

Agreed with the Epson Artisan series, best then get refillable cartridges and ink from InkJetCarts.com.  Saves tons on printing, with very good OEM color match.

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Bingo! I am using IJCs Fliptop to Refill Dampers and Reset All To Full Chip bar.

Perfect combination for this family of printers.

Joe

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drebe187
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In reply to jtoolman, Apr 27, 2013

Epson has discontinued the artisan 7 and 8 series. imho this was there best printer for the money. im now looking to replace 4 of them. im stuck on what to use now.

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