Affordable for moderate usage with some drawbacks,
3 weeks ago
Summary: Relatively good and affordable product for small to moderate usage but there's some issues you need to be aware of: Cons: - Supplies: It literally eats up paper and ink so if you plan on using it moderately you need to stock up supplies. - Slow: I had to print 3 sets of 24x36 of 10-15 sheets and it took about 1 hour to do the job. You'll need allot of patience! - Stand: it needs to stay elevated from the floor otherwise it will jam the paper.
Summary: The printer does everything it says (replaced an older model so I knew what to expect). Purchase extra ink when you purchase the printer. The ink cartridges are MUCH smaller than the older model. And...the ink took longer to get . . . I was waiting one week. Disappointed that the ink cartridges are so small which means I need to change more often. The MAJOR disappointment is, unlike its predecessor, when an ink cartridge runs dry, the job cancels.
If you're printing Arch D and don't mind babysitting it while it prints, it's a great plotter!
Peter McCullough, Amazon
9 August 2014
Summary: We purchased this printer so that we can print our own Arch D (24x36) blueprints. We design custom homes, so we're constantly printing blueprints. We got tired of paying $2 per page at the local copy/print center, so we decided to invest in this printer. We're glad we did. With ink and paper, it comes out to approximately $0.45-$0.60 per page. At the rate we print, the printer has already almost paid itself off and we've only had it a few weeks.
Summary: Printing quality is excellent Printing speed is excellent Easy to configure to wireless system One thing that I dislike is when using the tray to print the roll paper has to be unloaded and then reloaded to start roll printing again I had a hp designjet 110 plus was not the case.
Summary: I knew this would be big but I was not expecting this. Regardless of the size, this is one great printer. It prints out drawings quickly and they look nice. The ink price is about average for a printer. The touch screen control panel does make it easier to work with. We have had this in the office for about 2 weeks and have used it non-stop with no problems or complaints (other than the size).
Summary: This thing is huge.... but hey, it make 24" wide color prints, relatively quickly and with a decent UI. I probably would have tried to upgrade a bit, but I had a $1k budget so this was as good as it gets for that range. No coompaints, no issues. I like it.