Unexpected cleaning cycles = waste of time & ink
from Undisclosed on 10/25/2014
Immediately between print jobs, my R3000 often decides to run an unrequested cleaning cycle. Not only does this drain costly ink, but it takes about 10 minutes of my valuable time, competely stalling productivity. Furhter, when you switch between photo and matte ink, it goes through another ink-pumping cycle to get purge ink in the tubes, wasting more ink. Great output, but too many unrequested cleaning cycles costing valuable time and money.
from OKC on 10/17/2014
I print all my Art prints and I love it!Worth every penny, this is the printer I use to print all my Art prints that I sell. Itâ€™s the bomb.
Amazingly Easy and Convenient
from Waldorf Maryland on 10/14/2014
I have used my Epson 3000 for approximately one year and continue to be amazed by the outstanding results it provides. This printer was easy to set up and I began using it almost immediately. I only use Epson brand photo paper and the results have been fantastic. I can't think of any downside to this printer because I only use it for high and semi gloss photo prints. Its well constructed, uses all paper formats, and can be located almost anywhere in the room with its wireless connectivity. Thanks Epson for your attention to detail and quality.
Leaks black on my prints!
By Mr. Lee
from Dallas, TX on 10/9/2014
I have been unable to fix the problem of black ink dripping on my prints. There two (2) Epson service center in Dallas, TX. I would not trust either one. The only solution is to buy a new printer.
from louisiana on 10/4/2014
Using it with a Mac Pro. Instructions are not great as it took a long time to figure out how to get the settings right. Still struggle with getting it to change the black ink right. My photo prints have random red ink droplets on them, usually 1 or 2 drops per photo. They are still wet on printout but leave a spot if you try to dab them off. Was always happy with printshop and windows and epson, not so pleased with new epson, printshop, and mac. I do not see much difference from the much cheaper Epson R1900 I had at work,