Summary: I bought this printer in September of 2013 for school use. I'm a graphic design student, so owning a good quality, wide format printer is a must. At first I was really impressed with this printer. The colors were nicely saturated and the prints were sharp and clear.
Summary: I have always liked Epson products but thhis all in one is the worst I have ever had to setup. The instructions were terrible and it took me over 3 hours to get the printer, fax, scanner, and copier to work properly. If I knew what I know now I would have never purchased this all in one.
Summary: My decision to purchase the Epson WF 7510 was I print large 12x12 digital scrapbooking pages. I set the printer up and tried to print. The first message I got was a "paper jam". The printer asked to remove the back in order to remove the paper stuck in the printer. I had no paper stuck in the back!
Summary: Print and scan quality is fine but paper jams and a disturbing defect of pulling a second blank sheet of paper after finishing a one sheet job keep me from recommending this printer. Even more annoying when that second sheet doesn't come all the way through creating another paper jam.
Summary: I have had this printer since July of 13 worked pretty good until Monday when it just stopped working - could not load the driver ??? while it was working it burned up ink like no tomorrow - good that we can (when it is working) I can print, copy and scan 11 x 17 paper
Summary: Being an Artis, I enjoy the large format printing but I have had difficulty with the printing process and the over all images are disappointing. The feeder jams constantly and I use a ton of ink. If I didn't use the large scanner option I'd invest in a new printer.
Summary: This printer will run out of ink mid job and doesn't hold the place but spits out an a3 half printed page. If it runs out of every color in a day you could waste 4 A3 pages per day. They are not cheap, the inks are not cheap either. Not a happy customer.