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    Spec me a Network borderless printer please

    Hi All,

    I am looking to buy a new A4 potentially A3 printer for one of our suites. It needs to be borderless and networkable. Any suggestions ?

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    John

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    What about HP Officejet Pro K8600dn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shorty View Post
    Hi All,

    I am looking to buy a new A4 potentially A3 printer for one of our suites. It needs to be borderless and networkable. Any suggestions ?

    Cheers


    John
    on this for you now fella

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    Cheers Guys :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by pavlovs_dog View Post
    What about HP Officejet Pro K8600dn
    I have one of these. Borderless printing turns out to be a little more fiddly than you'd like as you have to line up paper away from the edge of the paper tray - you can't just stick paper in flush to the sides of the paper tray, you have to fiddle around and get it in the right place. I also found that the paper feed rollers stopped picking up paper after a relativly short time. Seemingly this is a common problem, caused by the coating used on photo papers, and easily enough fixed with a squirt or two of WD-40, but it's still stuff you have to mess around with and do, and each time something goes wrong you waste a bit of expensive photo paper. The printer produces pretty decent prints which look impressive at A3 with no borders. I think, however, that a newer model printer might give you a better colour range.

    I'd definatly recommend a continuous ink system for your printer, and our own user contink on these forums will be able to provide you with a very nice one. He might also be able to recommend a particular printer model, too.

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