Originally Posted by glewis
>Now I just pay the outrageous HP prices but I get cartridges that work and have quality ink. it's still not waterproof though....
I've been using and lauding this laser printer
for the last year in the Indoor and Micro forum where I "hang out". The laser output, of course, is waterproof, but since I use my graphics on foam, I've never tried shrinking. I have, however, used Minwax to apply laser printed tissue decals to foam, the results being that the white tissue becomes transparent, eliminating the carrier film effect, and there's no shrinking.
The printer I linked to above is the absolute
best deal one can find for a good quality color laser printer. It's very small for a laser, and the only downside (to me) is that the output is limited to a maximum of 8.5 x 14 in (legal).
The unbelievable low price even includes shipping! I bought two when the price was down to $84 (vice the current $89).