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Epson WorkForce WF-3520 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, 2-Sided Duplex, ADF, Fax. Prints from Tablet/Smartphone. AirPrint Compatible (C11CC33201)
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- World's Fastest 2-sided printing
- 250-sheet paper capacity
- 40% lower printing costs vs color laser
- Print and scan anywhere with Epson Connect
- 2.5-Inch LCD and touch panel
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This item Epson WorkForce WF-3520 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, 2-Sided Duplex, ADF, Fax. Prints from Tablet/Smartphone. AirPrint Compatible (C11CC33201)
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|Sold By||Hollister Y||Hollister Y||John 3:15||L&Y Business||Amazon.com||Amazon.com|
|Color||—||—||—||Dark grey||Black, Blue||White|
|Connectivity Technology||Wireless;Mobile; Memory Card; USB||Wireless;Mobile; Memory Card; USB||Wireless;Mobile; USB||Wi-Fi; USB; Ethernet||USB; Wi-Fi; Ethernet||Wi-Fi; USB; Ethernet|
|Item Dimensions||16.4 x 17.7 x 9.6 in||16.8 x 17.7 x 12.1 in||11.8 x 15.4 x 5.7 in||16.1 x 14.7 x 7.1 in||19.1 x 10.4 x 16.8 in||19.7 x 20.9 x 13.4 in|
|Item Weight||19.8 lbs||24 lbs||9 lbs||20.1 lbs||21.5 lbs||33.02 lbs|
|Maximum Print Speed (Black and White)||15 pages_per_minute||15 pages_per_minute||8.7 pages_per_minute||33 pages_per_minute||32||—|
|Media Size Maximum||8.5 x 11 inch||8.5 x 11 inch||Paper Roll||8.5 x 14 inch||8.5 x 14 inch||8.5 x 14 inch|
|Operating System||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac, Linux|
|Print Media Type||Card stock, Envelopes, Paper (plain), Labels||Envelopes, Paper (plain), Card stock, Labels||—||Paper (plain)||Glossy photo paper, Glossy film||Envelopes, Paper (plain)|
|Resolution||5760 x 1440||5760 x 1440||5760 x 1440||—||4800||—|
|Additional Features||network-ready||Copying, scanning, Fax||Copying, scanning, color, wireless||Auto-Document Feeder||Auto-Document Feeder||Auto-Document Feeder|
Engineered for Business. This hassle-free all-in-one brings you the World’s Fastest print speeds, plus automatic 2-sided print/copy/scan/fax. It features a 2.5-Inch LCD, 250-sheet paper capacity, 30-sheet ADF and rear feed.
From the Manufacturer
WorkForce WF-3520 All-in-One Printer
Print | Copy | Scan | Fax | Ethernet | Wi-Fi
Engineered for Business
The WorkForce WF-3520 is the hassle-free all-in-one that brings your business the World’s Fastest print speeds, plus automatic 2-sided printing/copying/scanning. It features a robust product design and a number of productivity boosting features, including a 250-sheet paper capacity, so you’ll reload paper less often. Versatile paper handling capability includes a 30-sheet Auto Document Feeder, plus a rear paper feed to accommodate envelopes, labels, card stock and other specialty media. Use the 2.5" LCD with touch panel and built-in card slots to easily print, PC-free. And, get up to 40% lower printing costs vs. color lasers. The WF-3520 even includes wired and wireless connectivity for easy networking, plus EPSON Connect to print and scan from anywhere.
Large, 250-sheet paper capacity
2.5” LCD & intuitive touch panel for menu navigation
New & improved — 2x the durability
Front tray plus rear feed for envelopes & specialty media
Card slots for PC-free printing
Large 250-sheet paper capacity
Front tray plus rear feed for envelopes & specialty media
World’s Fastest 2-sided print speed
Laser quality text; smudge, fade & water resistant
Convenient mobile printing from smartphones, tablets & more
Auto 2-sided print, copy, scan & fax
Card slots for PC-free printing
Up to 40% lower printing costs vs. color laser
2.5” LCD & Intuitive touch panel for menu navigation
What is ISO ppm?
Print speed is critically important when buying a printer or all-in-one. But how do you compare print speeds when different manufacturers measure it in different ways? Now you can. Much like “MPG” ratings on new cars, there’s now an industry standard for measuring print speed, which allows for an “apples-to-apples” comparison between different printer models and brands. The International Organization for Standardization (widely known as ISO) developed this industry-approved and internationally accepted standard, specifically for inkjet printers and all-in-ones. It measures “out of the box” (default) print speeds using “real world” printing scenarios, so you can be sure you’re getting a product that performs at the speed you need.
- Do more — automatic 2-sided printing plus a 30-page, duplex Auto Document Feeder to quickly copy, scan or fax stacks of 1- or 2-sided original
- 2x the durability — robust product design
- Built-in wireless and Ethernet networking — easily connect to the network and share your all-in-one with others
- High-speed faxing in black and color — as fast as 3 sec per page; speed dial storage up to 100 numbers; fax memory up to 180 pages
- Individual ink cartridges — replace only the color you need
- Sharp documents — laser quality black text delivers crisp, high-quality proposals and brochures
- Print more — Extra High-capacity inks available
- Convenient — the included OCR software allows you to scan and save documents as text-searchable, editable PDFs.
- PC-Fax — fax documents directly to/from your computer
- Save paper — save up to 50% of your paper supply with automatic, 2-sided printing/copying
- Save energy — uses up to 70% less power than laser printers
- Product protection you can count on — phone support, without charge, for the life of the product; plus, get free templates and “how to” tutorials
- Packaging Specifications (W x D x H) — Dimensions: Printing 17.7" x 22.0" x 9.6", Storage 17.7" x 16.4" x 9.6" and Weight 19.8 lb.
WHAT'S IN THE BOX
- WorkForce WF-3520 All-in-One
- Instruction manual
- CD-ROM with drivers & bonus software
- Free sample paper pack
- Power cord
- Telephone cord
- DURABrite Ultra Cartridges: Four 126-series: Black, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow
EPSON INK SUPPLIES
- 127 DURABrite Ultra Black ink cartridge, Extra High-capacity (T127120)
- 127 DURABrite Ultra Black ink cartridge (Dual Pack) Extra High-capacity (T127120-D2)
- 127 DURABrite Ultra Cyan ink cartridge, Extra High-capacity (T127220)
- 127 DURABrite Ultra Magenta ink cartridge Extra High-capacity (T127320)
- 127 DURABrite Ultra Yellow ink cartridge, Extra High-capacity (T127420)
- 127 DURABrite Ultra Color MultiPack, Extra High-capacity (T127520)
EPSON PAPER SUPPLIES
- Recyclable product
- Save up to 50% of your paper supply with automatic 2-sided printing/copying
- Uses up to 70% less power than laser printers
- Supports printing on recycled paper
- ENERGY STAR qualified
- Epson America, Inc. is a SmartWay Transport partner
Top customer reviews
This is a very popular machine, rating higher than most Epsons. Even with higher than average marks. 14% gave it a one or a two. That means they thought it was lousy. Add the "3's" and 1 out of 5 who think it is average or worse. I'm not dogging this machine or Epson. These are pretty good numbers for an inkjet. I've had at least five Epsons, but my most recent two (All-in-Ones) have given me an education.
What I found was, it's all about the ink systems.
I just spent A LOT of time reading about printers, ink, laser vs. inkjet, cost per page, ink waste, and cleaning print heads. And I SPENT WAY TOO MUCH TIME working on two different inkjet machines. My reading and labor did pay off. For now. I revived my Epson, but I hope I save you the headaches I've just been through. To this end, I've posted this info on three inexpensive All-in-Ones.
Here's what I've learned:
1. Inkjets waste ink when they start up, initialize, change cartridges, clean heads, or haven't printed in a while. In some machines, only about 30% of the ink goes on the page. Check Consumer Reports.
2. Inkjet manufacturers sell printers cheap and charge Chanel No. 5 prices for ink. Literally.
3. The cartridges' computer chips read empty prematurely, can't be refilled, and shut the entire printer down until the "empty" cartridge is replaced. Then, after the cartridge is replaced, they use ink to to boot up and initialize and clean heads.
4. Inkjets need to be used frequently. Otherwise they dry up, clog and/or waste ink to clean heads.
5. 1, 2, 3, and 4 means that, for the average consumer--less than daily use--inkjets are expensive or troublesome. Usually both.
6. Inkjets are best for color. Everyone says so. You want quality color, go inkjet. And more cartridges means better color gradation for graphic artists and photographers.
7. Clogged inkjets can be brought back to life. I couldn't resurrect an old machine that had been in the attic for a couple years, but I did get my recently deceased 323 back online. For now. Go to the CISS YouTube tutorials. CISS and others also have handy syringes and fluid. It's not really hard, only a bit messy.
8. Monochrome lasers cost no more than color inkjets.
9. Laser printers don't care if you use them or not. They don't have ink. It's an electrostatic process. Yes, a toner cartridge is $40+, but prints a gazillion pages, never dries out, and can't clot a print head because it doesn't have one.
**In sum, if you print lots of copies, a laser printer is cheaper. Everyone says so.
**If you only print a few b/w copies a week--as I suspect most households do--a laser printer can sit a day or a month and go right to work when you need it. That means it will actually print or copy when you need it, and it's less trouble in the long run for most users.
**If you print almost daily and use all the colors when you do (to keep all the printer heads "lubed up") then an inkjet might be just what you want. It can even be cheaper.
**If you need or want good color gradation, you want an inkjet.
Two final notes:
One, when buying a new inkjet, remember that inkjets come with tiny "starter cartridges." So you might want to buy a set of replacements with the initial cost of your inkjet. (Even a starter toner cartridge has several hundred copies.)
And two, you can save a bundle by getting aftermarket ink cartridges, refillable ink cartridges, and continuous ink systems. In my reading I haven't found a shred of evidence to suggest these cartridges cause problems. But you might want to use OEM ink at least until your warranty runs out on a new machine, usually one year.
Unfortunately, this machine does not come up to the standards Epson used to have, and customer service is horrible. The housing is much cheaper than my old printer, and the display is confusing. Epson tried to pack all the bells and whistles an office business needs into what is essentially a home machine. I suppose having a fax is nice, but if I use it more than twice in the next five years, I'll be surprised.
So here's how it performs on the tasks I bought it for:
+Set up from CD takes 4 hours. Yes, FOUR hours.
+Two-sided printing works well.
+Printing for documents is very fast.
+Network printing seems to work well, though we don't use it much.
+The manual paper feeder is NOT a bypass. If you want to use it, you have to choose it from the printer menu, and you can only feed one sheet at a time. I had hoped to use this feeder for paper printed on one side that I'm reusing for throwaway projects, but it won't work that way.
+USB connection does not work on older computers, even if they are running the recommended OS.
+Set up (after four hours) isn't complete or has some bugs. From here on, some of the details may be a bit sketchy, because I had to do SO MUCH to get this printer working I forget some of the details. In short, it wouldn't print or scan, so after hours of searching for a solution, I had to download the drivers from the Epson site. This seemed to fix the printing for a while. When it quit printing, I tried switching the USB ports, and it helped. Scanning was still a no-go.
+After all my research and fixes failed, I called Epson support. First call was 38 minutes. Tech was obviously reading from a cheat sheet, step by step. I did everything she said, nothing worked. I don't think she knew anything about computers, because when she told me to reboot, she didn't understand why it took so long, and she didn't know what "hardwire" meant. She kept telling me to go into this or that file, but they are named differently on Win7 than what she was telling me. She wanted me to download the drivers again, even though I told that I already had, so I did. She told me to switch the USB ports, so I told her I already had, but I did it anyway. When that didn't work, she wanted me to do it again. I flat-out refused, because I have to crawl under my desk with a flashlight and I had done that all ready. She really wanted to get off the phone, so I finally let her go.
+Second call took 65 minutes. The guy told me to do different things, but it still didn't work. He kept putting me on hold. I finally asked to speak to a supervisor because I wanted a replacement. He finally, grudgingly, transferred me. She gave me a hard time, and the only replacement Epson will send is a refurbished one.
+I found that by plugging the USB into the port on my mechanical keyboard, the scanner would work. This is not satisfactory, because that means a cord going across my desk, and it ties up the port that I usually use for my camera and phone.
+My son troubleshot the printer--several hours of his time--and went through all kinds of problems. Finally, he decided to do away with the USB and just have it print over the network, but he couldn't do that since it wasn't set up that way. He had to reload the CD--another 4 hours--and finally got both printing and scanning working over the network, no USB connection (because it can't do both).
+Tech support is a 562 number, no toll-free option.
Now a word about tech support from India: I really don't care where my techie lives, if I can understand him/her and he/she knows what he/she is doing. But when the people are unknowledgeable AND hard to understand, it's really shoddy of a company to use them.
This review is making good on my promise to the supervisor that I would write a 1-star review on Amazon and never buy an Epson again.