- Brand Name: Canon
- Model Number: 3811B007
- Printer Output: Color
- Maximum Print Speed (Black and White): 1.00
- Maximum Print Speed (Color): 1.00
Canon imagePROGRAF iPF8300 Inkjet Large Format Printer
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I have 6 x 8300s, 4 x 8300Ss, 3 x 8000s, 1 x 8100. These printers seem to either work - or are flaky from the very start.
From the above I had 3 x 8300s that died almost instantly from a mist fan error - traced back to a faulty mainboard ($1700 ea. for parts alone). The printers are idle and have been for over a year. You can't have a model where replacing the mainboard practically costs more than a new printer - including shipping from the US - especially when you add in the new the new heads and new ink you get with a new printer - those are worth a shade over $2000 alone.
IMHO Canon's Corporate and Social Responsibilities are found wanting if the only cost effective solution to a failed fan is to throw the whole 130kg of metal and plastic into landfill.
Shortly these three printers will be 'installed' in Canon HQ's car-park in Victoria, Australia as a sign of my disagreement in their model.
In short: Make sure that you have a service contract. Ask for three years minimum.
Pros: Prints photos great! auto change from matt black to photo black, good ink use, lower price than the Epson
Cons; Very difficult to load, 44" full roll of paper is heavy and this printer loads from the bottom. You also have to lift a tray witch falls on wrist as soon as you load the paper also has odd adaptors for 2 & 3" cores. The software plugin is useless in photoshop, it crashes, so I do not and cannot use it. Poor customer service is also a problem.
The Epson prints fine art (canvas & rag papers) much better than the Canon. (Canon prints photo base faster than the Epson)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had two of these at my workplace that were good for about 3 years, and then the problems started. Yes, you have to replace print heads especially if the print heads are over 1... Read morePublished 9 months ago by balisong
I have had nothing but problems with this printer (IPF8300), the major one was that both print heads had to be replaced, one went bad just a month after the 12 month warranty was... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Mike N