What printer do you use for your covers?

#1 by Rocky , Tue Mar 01, 2016 2:07 pm

As the title suggests....... what printer do you have?

'Back in the day' when I used to do alot of cover printing, I had an Epson R300 and used to print on the discs also. Was a great printer which did a fantastic job for me for a good 8 years or so!



Now I have an Epson XP-305. I use this for general things like printing out confirmations of orders or hotel bookings, directions etc.... . I very rarely print covers now.


So........ What printer do you have, and how do you rate it??

Paul


 
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RE: What printer do you use for your covers?

#2 by Jammi3D , Tue Mar 01, 2016 5:39 pm

Have been using a all in one Epson xp 610 for the past 2 years, no problems in the time I have owned. Use compatability cartidges about 15 x XL carts for about a tenner which last forever printing at high settings on 200GSM glossy paper plus Verbatim discs.
Scanner is pretty good too & the wi-fi printing comes in handy for other family members.

Have also printed many inkjet waterslide decals & vinyl stickers to a decent quality.



 
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#3 by alienmem , Fri Mar 18, 2016 8:12 pm

I use an HP 3xxx series deskjet printer


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#4 by whiskyboy , Mon Apr 11, 2016 7:19 pm

I use an Epson XP 610 fitted with a CISS system probably fill the tanks every 3 months or so but i do print a lot of covers , Not misswd a beat in over 12 months of hammering
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#5 by BrianB , Wed Apr 13, 2016 4:00 pm

Hi. I use an Epson R360. Had it for quite a while now. Like Whiskyboy I use A CISS Ink System and I would probably guess this is about the best extra I have ever bought for my PC system . About 18 months ago I also bypassed the tube putting the spare ink from cleaning heads etc on to the felt pads in the PC and put a tube to an outside jar. That will save me from ever having to pay out to Epson for the clocking of the printer. It's amazing just how much ink is lost during these cleaning processes but because of the CISS system ink costs are very very little. Regards to all, BrianB.



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#6 by BROCKS , Fri Sep 02, 2016 10:46 pm

I use a Epson r 340 to print covers and on to disc very pleased with the finish on both


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RE: What printer do you use for your covers?

#7 by whiskyboy , Fri Oct 07, 2016 11:50 am

Oldie but a goodie didnt know they were still making them since XP series came out , Had an R 300 back in the day and it was bombproof
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RE: What printer do you use for your covers?

#8 by baccini , Fri Oct 28, 2016 9:49 pm

Epson P50 print to disc recommended windows 10



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RE: What printer do you use for your covers?

#9 by munchin , Sat Oct 29, 2016 8:58 am

cannon 5350, does good prints plus added bonus of disc print


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