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Thread: Ink Jet Printers

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    It is time for Santa to bring me a new printer. Most of the photos on fabric seem to require an inkjet printer. Does anybody have experience with these printers? Will a plain old printer work to print photographs on fabric? Feedback is much appreciated. Thanks!

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    My HP is inkjet and works great!

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    any suggestions for price range for quality printers?

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    I got an HP at Walmart and it works great. I also found that if I order ink directly from HP I can get double the amount but not double the price as Walmart.

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    Thanks!

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    Thanks!

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    My printer is a Brother and it works great for fabric printing.

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    My Hp works great and wasn't an expensive machine.

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    Be sure to get a printer that lets the paper flow thru instead of around the rollers. There is less change of jamming that way. I have a canon that lets you do both but so far only use the back that flows thru the rollers.

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    I have a HP from WalMart and it works great!

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