Edible Images/ Which Copier Is Best??

Decorating By Lakelover Updated 23 Sep 2010 , 10:52am by icingimages

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Lakelover Posted 21 Sep 2010 , 12:57am
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Hi All
Im new here and looking to purchase a copier for edible images very soon. I would like some feedback on what is working and not working for you. Where did you purchase your printer?
I appreciate your thoughts/concerns!


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icingimages Posted 23 Sep 2010 , 10:52am
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There are two basic choices out there. Canon and Epson. We sell both, however, the only reason I sell the Epson is for the wide format printing. If you are not in need of wide format printing, I would definately recommend the Canon. With its removable printhead, if you ever have printhead issues or clogging, you can remove it, clean it and replace it if necessary. With the Epson, if you cannotg et the clog out, you are out the printer. The only Epson I recommend is the workforce 1100. The others I tested, I was able to ruin rather easily. When I look for printers, my objective is to abuse it to find out where problems are and how to overcome them. The Canons are more durable and less fussy with problems and I can fix most problems on Canons.

I hope this has been helpful to you.

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