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I didn't know exactly where to put this but, has anyone ever used the Kodak printers. I was just wondering about their performance/quality. As ink is getting higher, looking for a cheaper alternative to ink. For some reason my HP Printer doesn't print 'consistently', I installed new print cartridges and run a test page, but when I print cover after cover, the color variances vary widely per cover even when the spines are straight black, one will be light, one will be right on, and then go right back to variating in color.
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Just curious, but what printers do you guys own/use?
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