[internetworkers] multifunction printers
ses at unc.edu
Sat Aug 12 18:46:52 EDT 2006
On Aug 11, 2006, at 1:30 PM, matusiak wrote:
> I picked up a Canon PIXMA-MP800 last Fall, mostly with the
> intention of printing photos (just for fun -- not for professional
> work). If you start with a good image and print on Canon's photo
> papers the results are fairly decent (again, not exactly "pro"
> quality, but fun for giving instant photos to people).
> My experience with the text printing is that the results are far
> below laser quality. From your description, I believe you really
> need to stick with a laser unit for the crispest possible text
Dave is right in the sense that the critical-need detectors in ink-
jet printers have far more ways of slamming you head first into a
wall at the most important moments, but when it doesn't matter, they
can produce text output that is laser-printer quality.
This article from the Feb 94 issue of the HP Journal is all about
laser quality ink-jet text printing really helpful (written by
members of HP's "black print quality seam team" )
// If you've got a problem; if no-one else can help; and, if you can
find them, maybe you can hire the Seam Team.
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