New Canon iPF 5000 photo printer better than Epson K-3 printers??
Hi all. I just came across this very favorable review of a new Canon
photo printer with 12 (yes, twelve) ink carts.
The reviewer is very positive on this printer and sees it as a strong
competitor to the Epson 4800. What do you all think? Check out the
cost of cartridges!
Oh, the review didn't speak about a capability to print on CDs. :)
...Printer driver missing from Epson Web site for Epson 2200 printers
There's no appropriate printer driver on the Epson Web site for Epson
Stylus Photo printers using OS 10.4x.
There are printer drivers on the page for Intel-based Macs using OS
10.4x, but my computer is a Quicksilver desktop G4, which is not
The two following drivers appear to be the closest, but neither one is
the right one. I wrote to Epson about this oversight, but I haven't
heard back from it yet. Does anyon...More printer issues Canon and Zerox printers
I am migrating printers from a legacy Solaris 2.6 environment to a
Solaris 10 zone, maybe you can help me figure this out. I have the
configuraztion on the solaris 2.6 system, I need to know how to deploy
it on solaris 10.
# lpstat -p lp4x1se -l
printer lp4x1se is idle. enabled since Sep 15 10:10 2010. available.
Remote Name: lp4x1se
Remote Server: lp4x1se
I cannot telnet to the remote server, it says connection refused.
Please tell me what to do next.
On 09/16/10 10:53 AM, Andy Neirman wrote:
> I am migrating printers from a legacy Solaris 2.6 environment t...HP printer vs. Canon printer
I need to replace my Epson Stylus Photo 825 as one of the print
nozzles is permanently clogged! I have been looking at both HP and
Canon printers, more specifically HP 7550 & Canon Pixma ip6700. Has
anyone had any experience with either printer, good or bad?
I need a printer that will do everything from print invoices,
newsletters to photos. Photos do not have to be gallery quality, but
good enough for a newsletter.
Also, in comparison, which brand has better prices on ink? Is one
brand of ink better than another (assuming I would use the same brand
of paper) in relation t...Canon i860 Photo Printer compared to Canon MP360 Printer/Scanner/Copier
I'm trying to decide between a Canon i860 and a Canon MP360. The
MP360 is a printer/scanner/copier while the i860 is a Photo Printer.
I've compared the two units closely and can't see many differences,
except the i850 uses 4 cartridges instead of the usual 2 and is a bit
faster. They both can print borderless photos, can print on photo
paper, and print 4800x1200 dpi. Plus they are about the same price on
newegg.com. Are there any features that the i860 has that the MP360
doesn't? Otherwise why not get the MP360 and get a scanner too. any
info would be appreciated...Epson Printer Utility, where did my printers go?
I've tried Googling this issue but there is precious little information
(that I can understand) out there.
I recently had my TiBook upgraded to OSX Tiger. I cannot print to either
my Epson Stylus 777, or the C60, as the jobs stop themselves every time I
try. In the past, I would open up trusty Epson Printer Utility,
determine what the problem was, and fix it. Well, I was able to find my
printer utility, but there are no printers in the list and I'll be damned
if I can figure out how to make them appear there.
My system was upgraded using a site license so I do not ...Epson or Canon Printer..
It's time to buy a new photo printer and I've always used Epson, my
current model is the Stylus Photo 820.
But I see Canon has quite a few nice photo printers. In the past my
Epson prints were better than my neighbor's Canon prints. Is Epson still
a better photo printer?
In the past, I was told the Canon print cartridge had the print head so
changing the cartridge was like getting a new print head. Is that true?
I ask because I know my Epson doesn't work like that and I've learned
how to use Windex on the little sponge in the printer to clean the
clogged print head...Which Printer Should I buy? Canon IP4000, Canon I865, Epson R300
Which is the best printer? Main points below.
1. Accuracy when printing to CD/DVD (My old Epson 900 was a devil to set up)
going off center and needed adjusting.
2. Economy. Although I can get the ink for about the same cost which
printer performs best.
3. Print quality Photo / CD DVD
To put it into perspective here are the best prices I have found for the
printers so far.
1. Epson R300 �84.95
2. Canon I865 �119.99
3. Canon IP4000 �99.99
I have the R300 and love it. I do not love the price of the
replacement ink. I have printed about 200 DVD ...Printer Drivers for Printer Canon Pixma iP1500
I recently bought this printer, but I can't find any driver for it. I
have Fedora Core 3. Can anybody help me? If possible, of course.
> I recently bought this printer, but I can't find any driver for it. I
> have Fedora Core 3. Can anybody help me? If possible, of course.
Hi! It might be unrelated but I purchased a Canon Pixma ip3000 and found an
article that suggested using the Canon bjc 7000 driver and tried it
although it wont give me full features it does allow me to print using an
otherwise large paper weight give it a go might work.
...Overclock Epson printer ? What makes a printer speedy ?
My beloved Epson 580 only suffers from its speed (well, lack of, I mean).
I wonder if there's a way to "overclock" a printer.
I mean, what makes a difference in speed between two printers, say Epson.
Is it just a different motor ? If so, is it really cheaper to have so many
different motors as speed increases in the range. Is it build-in memory ?
Could the printer be slowed down because its "cheap" build would not bear
greater speed, like processors are (tested to give them their actual
The most common reason one printer is faster ...Canon Cat printer driver for HP printer
I've been working on my Canon Cat to get it so I can
print to a HP printer. I've gotten the basics to work.
For anyone interested, you can find some notes I have
on the tForth in the Cat and my HP driver.
The notes and things are on:
The current listing has a couple of typos that I hope to get
fixed but they are not hard to find.
One is in the definition of HPdocbreak. It has #S intead of
#s ( this tForth is case sensitive ).
The other is in the final definition that connects the HP driver.
The definition is:
: HP ['] HPsetup exa setup' ;
And sho...BEWARE EPSON UK censoring or blocking printer reviews that point to shoddy support and service
I wrote an honest inoffensive detailed response to an Epson 7890 Wide
Format Printer review request from Epson. They obviously don't like
honesty which puts their entire own website review system into
disrepute. Which I guess applies to many home grown reviews. Treat
with caution and try to find independent review sites.
So I shall give my review here which will hopefully filter into the
1: The 7890 is a very nice machine but huge and very heavy. It's a
four man job to move it but NO HANDLES or lifting points are provided.
So if you think you might have it upst...Printer Ink
Printer Ink - Pictures and Diagrams of Printer Ink, Printer Ink
Cartridge, and Printer Ink Refill
I am working on a new Website, www.Printer-Ink.biz, for information on
Printer Ink, Printer Ink Cartridge, and Printer Ink Refill.
I already have some information about Printer Ink on the website -
www.Printer-Ink.biz; what I am looking for is pictures and
diagrams of how printer ink, printer ink cartridge and printer ink
refill work for the www.Printer-ink.biz website.
Specifically, I am looking for good pictures of printer ink, printer
ink cartridge, or printer refi...!Printers: How do I open Printer:$ ?
A long time ago (RO 3.1), I sometimes used the printer:$ window (IIRC)
to directly send a specific sequence of bytes to a printer.
Lately, I wanted to do the same thing under RISC OS 3.7 and printers
However *filer_opendir printer:$ gives:
��#:devices#buffer3:$.Parallel$ - the name was not recognised
The error is also displayed when I click CTRL-Print in Zap
*Show print* gives:
Printer$ : PoScript2
Printer$Path : AD...