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    Hi my name is Vera and I have just joined the forum, probably like a lot of others I need help. Can anyone recommend a good back feed all in one printer that will take greetings cards? I have bought 2 new ones recently and the card gets jammed. My old one was perfect but it gave up the ghost and they don't do it anymore.

  • #2
    Morning Vera
    I'm afraid i'm clueless about things like that, but i'm sure someone will be along to help you soon.
    Isn't that annoying though? You find something you really like that does just the job.... Then they go and stop making them....
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    • #3
      Hi Vera, welcome to the forum. I have a brother DCP-115C that cost me £50 and the inks are cheap too. It takes card but is not to keen if they have the crease in the card prior to printing.

      Hope you enjoy it here and get stuck right in.
      Emma
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      • #4
        Hi Vera,

        I have a Canon Pixma all in one and I was talking to a card maker the other week at a craft fair who also sells computer peripherals as her full time job and said that this was quite a good one for card!! I couldn't vouch for it on card myself but on the whole is an excellent all in one for what I need.

        Welcome to the forum (I should have said that first!!)

        Lisa

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        • #5
          Hi!

          Hello Vera! Welcome to the forum!

          My all in one printer is an Epson - CX6600. It's been great so far, and I've chucked card of all thicknesses into it. We had the Epson CX5200 before this one, and that was also very good.

          Jules
          Apple Tree Crafts
          www.appletreecraftfairs.com

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          • #6
            Hi Vera
            Welcome to the forum!
            We have a Cannon Pixma ip5200 and that takes card quite nicely. Enjoy your time here!
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            • #7
              Hi Vera, hello and welcome to the forum. I make and sell cards and I use Canon Pixma 1600. I find that it works well for me. My cards aren't all that thin and they are already scored in the middle. I find the printer very sturdy and I print a lot on it. The inkjet cartridges aren't very cheap. For the coloured one I pay £15.00, the black - £12.00, but I get a lot from them.
              www.simplyroslyn.co.uk

              http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Cards2Inspire

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              • #8
                Hello Vera (do you get people saying that like that TV ad - sorry, I've just probably annoyed you before I've even finished saying hello!)

                Anyway! Welcome to the forum. Its a great place to be, lots of good conversation, tips and advice (as you've already received. Good to have you here!
                Katian Mosaics

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                • #9
                  printer

                  Thank you all for your welcome, and for the help and advice on the printer. I can see I'm going to enjoy being a member.

                  To Katian Krafts : No I'm not at all anoyed by your comment and yes a lot of people do say aloe vera, but at least they are saying allo, it could be worse. it doesn't bother me in the least.

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                  • #10
                    Oh good. glad it didn't bother you. It just remined me but then I didn't want you to be offended or annoyed! Welcome again, glad you like it here
                    Katian Mosaics

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                    • #11
                      Welcome to the forum...lots of friendly people with lots of ideas and lovely work.

                      Debbie
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                      Contemporary glass fusion designs - sculptures - wall panels - functional items - outdoor sculptures. We also run Silver & Glass workshops here in Cheshire - kiln space also offered.

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