Printer: Laser or Inkjet

The_Ogre

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I don't even know what printer we have. I just know it's a Canon and it prints my kids' schoolwork :thumbsup:

I'm sorry I couldn't help, but @Splinter runs a printing company so speak to him
 

Splinter

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I don't even know what printer we have. I just know it's a Canon and it prints my kids' schoolwork :thumbsup:

I'm sorry I couldn't help, but @Splinter runs a printing company so speak to him

Say what? Dude, that stay off that alcohol you brewed during lock down - it's dangerous stuff :)
 

P924

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Buy a laser printer and when you run out of toner throw it away and buy another new laser printer, works out cheaper than buying 4 toner cartriges!
Well, that works if you know they come with standard cartridges. Some come with only partially filled cartridges...

Generic cartridges usually do the trick.
 

kessyjr

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Someone suggested that Epson l382 is a good printer. Anyone who has used it here? Any advice
 

giloo777

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Good in terms of ink usage and output quality
I have a L382. Quality is excellent if you print on High Quality, and good enough if you print on standard. It also comes with enough ink (its going strong after 2 years).

You do have to run the cheaper ink tank printers(such as this one) through maintenance in the printer settings to maintain good copies (head cleaning, nozzle check etc) every 4-6 weeks
 

kessyjr

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I have a L382. Quality is excellent if you print on High Quality, and good enough if you print on standard. It also comes with enough ink (its going strong after 2 years).

You do have to run the cheaper ink tank printers(such as this one) through maintenance in the printer settings to maintain good copies (head cleaning, nozzle check etc) every 4-6 weeks
Thank you for sharing this. Very helpful.
 
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