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  • Clean Crisp Type - Printer Recommendations?

    I am currently using an Epson C-82 printer for freelance design work and I am looking to upgrade to a more professional printer. I will be using the printer basically to print custom wedding invitations and I am looking for a printer with more consistent registration. I often use alot of serif and script fonts and in need of a printer that has the capability to print clean, crisp type. I have had several epson printers in the past and typically favor these. If anyone has any recommendations, I would greatly appreciate it!

    Thanks for your time,
    marilyn

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    If it were me I would buy a color Xerox Laser Printer.

    Randy Gennick
    A.S.A.P. Art & Design

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