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Epson WorkForce WF-3640 Wireless Color All-in-One Inkjet Printer with Scanner and Copier
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- Get Performance Beyond Laser with the WorkForce WF-3640, powered by PrecisionCore
- Save time - Professional-quality prints with speeds of 19 ISO ppm (black) and 10 ISO ppm (color)
- Save up to 40 percent lower printing cost vs. color laser
- Print anywhere, anytime - from iPad, iPhone, tablets and smartphones; includes wireless and Wi-Fi Direct
- Do more - auto 2-sided print, copy, scan and fax; plus 35-page Auto Document Feeder
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- Wireless and Wi-Fi Direct — print from iPad, iPhone, tablets and smartphones
- Auto 2-sided print, copy, scan and fax — includes 35-page 2-sided Automatic Document Feeder
- Easy navigation and control — intuitive 3.5" color touchscreen
Performance Beyond Laser
WorkForce WF-3640 All-in-One
WIRELESS | PRINT | COPY | SCAN | FAX | ETHERNET
- Print-shop quality — print documents and graphics in high resolution with precise color placement
- Save on ink — up to 40 percent lower printing cost vs. color laser
- Fast printing — professional-quality prints at speeds of 19 ISO ppm (black) and 10 ISO ppm (color)
- Extremely durable prints — smudge, fade and water resistant prints
- Laser-sharp black and color text — crisp fonts and precise lines on plain paper
Fast speeds for high-volume printing
Robust, 500-sheet paper capacity with 3 trays for versatility
Professional, print-shop-quality black text & color graphics
Auto 2-sided print, copy, scan & fax
Intuitive 3.5" touchscreen for quick navigation & control
Print from iPad, iPhone, tablets & smartphones
Built-in wireless & Ethernet networking; includes Wi-Fi Direct
2 front trays plus rear tray for envelopes & specialty media
Designed to be jam free
Replacement Ink Cartridges
252 Standard-capacity Black, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow
Weight and Dimensions (W x D x H)
Printing: 17.7" x 22" x 12.1"
Storage: 17.7" x 16.8" x 12.1"
Weight: 25.4 lb
What’s In The Box
Epson WorkForce WF-3640 All-in-One, instruction manual, CD-ROM for product setup, power cord, DURABrite Ultra Ink cartridges – Four 252-series ink cartridges: Black, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow
|WorkForce WF-3620||WorkForce WF-3640||WorkForce Pro WF-4630||WorkForce Pro WF-4640|
|Technology||Powered by PrecisionCore||Powered by PrecisionCore||Powered by PrecisionCore||Powered by PrecisionCore|
|Cost Savings vs. Laser||up to 40%||up to 40%||up to 50%||up to 50%|
|ISO Print Speed||19 / 10||19 / 10||20 / 20||20 / 20|
|Screen||2.7" Color Touch||3.5" Color Touch||3.5" Color Touch||4.3" Color Touch|
|Total Paper Capacity||250||500||330||580|
|Special Media (rear feed)||1||1||80||80|
|Auto 2-sided||Print, Copy, Scan, Fax||Print, Copy, Scan, Fax||Print, Copy, Scan, Fax||Print, Copy, Scan, Fax|
|Ethernet, Wi-Fi / Wi-Fi Direct Tablet / Smartphone||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Media Card Slot||✓||✓|
Top Customer Reviews
Users of early of "all-in-one" devices probably remember the one thing they had in common: each of their print/scan/fax copy functions tended to get done in a rather mediocre way. As a result, those needing higher quality copies, prints or scans went ahead and sucked up the expense (and the USB ports and counter space usage) for separate devices.
All-in-ones have evolved nicely since then. Today, most SOHO users without highly specialized printing/scanning/copying needs can be very well served by a capable all in one device. The WF-3640 is such hardware, offering flexibility in connectivity and excellent overall performance in print, scan, copy and fax tasks.
Set-up was straightforward and without significant issues. I ran the set-up using both the USB (with a Windows 8 machine) and Ethernet options (with a Windows 7 machine). The WF-3640 has an excellent quick start guide followed by clear on-screen instructions that prompt you through its set-up routine. Once my data, power and phone cables were connected, total set-up time was about 20 minutes for printer initialization, software install, fax setup and self-test routines.
-"Stand alone" fax and copy and photo printing capability. If your PC is off, you can still make copies (b-w and color), fax or print images from removable media using the integrated multi-media card reader or a USB device via ports on the lower left corner of the front panel.Read more ›
Unfortunately, so far in my experience, this machine has wireless communication problems. Something went seriously wrong with my original installation, which was done with a direct over-the-air wireless connection to my home network. The two biggest problems were an inability to print labels (though I practically stood on my head, trying to change the paper source settings from letter size to 4" x 6"), and an inability to change the printer settings within the Firefox browser. Some of the printer setting options would cause Firefox to hang so badly that the whole Firefox process required restarting (using Task Manager).
After verifying that my truly excellent Epson WorkForce 645 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer had no difficulty printing labels, I decided that the WF-3640 software must be corrupted. This time I installed the software using a USB printer cable connected directly to my PC. The reinstallation corrected the problem with label-printing (the printer recognized that the size of the paper in the top tray had changed).Read more ›
After a number of months of using the Epson WorkForce, the quality of prints degraded. I followed the troubleshooting instructions and ran a print nozzle check--a printed page that shows lined boxes of various colors. Missing spots on the lines across the boxes indicated that the print nozzles were clogged. The recommended solution for this is to use the printer's print nozzle cleaning function. I tried doing this several times, but after going through four cleaning cycles, there was no improvement. The instructions say to wait six hours before attempting more print nozzle cleaning cycles. I waited six hours and did another four cycles, but there was still no improvement.
I next tried a number of recommendations I found on YouTube, for example, putting a Windex-soaked paper towel under the printer nozzles and leaving it there overnight. This method and other similar ones made the problem a bit worse.
I went back to the print nozzle cleaning function for four more cycles, followed by an hour wait, and then another four cycles. This improved matters a little, but the print nozzle check pattern on the printed pages indicated that the nozzles were still clogged.
Looking at other reviews of this product, I discovered that clogged nozzles are a common problem with newer Epson printers. Apparently, the company sought to improve their printers' print quality and ink drying time by reducing the diameter of the print nozzles. But because of this, the print nozzles clog frequently. In some cases, at least, there isn't an easy fix for the problem.
This situation is really unacceptable for a printer. People who spend a fair amount of money on one reasonably expect it to last for a decent interval.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Garbage, I bought one at bestbuy and then after a few months of very light use it gave me an error of 0x9D. Read morePublished 19 hours ago by Christopher Kitzmann
I bought this printer in January 2015, it stopped working in July 2016. It is cheaper to replace it than fix it. Just be careful buying the epson model.Published 2 days ago by Dena Herman
This printer is garbage. At first I was wowed by the speed and quality of the printed products but less than four months later I have to deal with an error code (0x9D) that... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Christina
Forget the multiple paper trays unless you just want more capacity of 8.5x11 paper. It flatly refuses to print any other size without moaning and groaning until you finally just... Read morePublished 3 days ago by David Hamm
First one lasted 5 months. Replacement from Epson lasted 5 months. Another failed within just 4 hours.Published 4 days ago by Steve Swienckowski
Worst printer ever! I had problems with this printer recognizing the ink the first time. I then purchased another thinking maybe it was a defective printer, I was surprised to find... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
Every time I print, I have to clean the nozzles. Even after I bought a new replacement cartridge, it directs me to perform a nozzle check an clean the nozzles. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Kenneth J. Keller