Summary: For the price, this is a nice printer. Some functions, mostly scanning, are a little funky and aren't as intuitive as I would hope...but it prints and scans with great quality...I've had this for maybe two years...here and there it does false alarm jamming..
Summary: This machine is the best in many ways. It uses a very small amount of ink. The printing is high quality, the set up was easy, the features are very good. I have owned many printers over 30 years, many I have not liked at all, I am technical and from the industry and sometimes hard to please.
Summary: I have one old Epson RX600 that I love, but it's getting tired after 10+ years of giving me the best print! So I added the Work Force 7520 to my family and it is living up to the oldest. I love the quality and the pictures are just beautiful.
Summary: I had an Epson WF-7520 for about 3 years. The print pad wore out. I know it wasn't because of the printer. Although I'm not in business I print a tremendous amount of literature: 100 church newsletters a month (11x17) back and front, 40 programs back and front every 2 months, 24 cue cards (13x19)...
Summary: This all-in-one does everything well. Setup is pretty simple and it's easy to get started quick. The unit is large and heavy, which is to be expected for the capability of large scans and prints. The scan utility is quite simple to use.
Summary: I am a lawyer in solo practice for 22 years. In my office over that time period, I have used many types of printers. They all seem to burn out within a year, and the support was always terrible.
Summary: I am real picky on my scanner/printer. Found an ad in local newspaper and started looking at epson,took 4 or 5 weeks to make up my mind. What convinced me was it would increase or decrease from 5% to 400%.
Summary: I got my WF-7520 in May of this year and have been using it heavily ever since, volunteering for a local historical group that is creating a large archive of documents relating to the history of the community.