links to large format inkjet printer reviews, product comparisons,
best buy recommendations of large format inkjet printers, color
laser printers, dye-sublimation printers, color, black-and-white
laser printers, inks and paper for wide format printers including
printing black-and-white photographs.
incensario bust (color)
incensario bust (grayscale)
newest wide format inkjet printers are easy to use. The results
are impressive. You can make posters, banners, signs of almost any
size. You can print on transparent media, colored paper, natural
paper, synthetic material for special effects. You can print on
traditional photo gloss, photo semi-gloss, or photo matte paper.
Some wide format printers allow you to print on canvas, even leather,
silk, or metal foil. You can complete all the work in the comfort
of your own office.
follow the links below and you will be led to basic introductions
and comprehensive product listings, such as all the manufacturers
of wide format printers, all the manufacturers of PostScript RIP
software, as well as results of actually using wide format printers
in actual practice. FLAAR has nine different wide format printers
in our evaluation studios at two universities so you can count on
plenty of helpful reviews.
you intend to enlarge your image to print on a wide-format printer,
it helps to have a good scanner in your office or studio. Link here
of professional quality scanners.
you wish to learn black and white digital photography, follow this
you wish to learn black and white inkjet printing, FLAAR is working
together with Bowling Green State University and Francisco Marroquin
University to provide instruction via the internet so you can learn
in the comfort of your own home.
to all the FAQs about large format inkjet printers for panoramas
Hellmuth's thematic reports on large format digital color
printers now available
of large format printers most appropriate for
signs, posters, banners including POP, both inside
and outside: Encad vs HP, Roland, etc
format printers 24" and above for
fine art giclee prints, for first-time users, intermediate,
and experienced users as well
format printers 24" and above for top
quality digital photo prints, museum-quality exhibit prints,
for newbies to pro
scanners are best for scanning negatives, slides for large
format printing of photo-realistic quality; what overhead
repro-stand scanners are best for digitizing the actual artwork
for large format printing; what large format digital scan
back systems are best for digitizing paintings or 3-D
artwork (all high end) for fine art giclee printing. This
report covers only professional equipment: no entry-level,
no cheap home scanners; nonetheless, this and all other reports
are written for the first-time buyer, for newcomers to digital
imaging as well as for pros who want better equipment.
format digital printers for textiles, direct printing
on textiles as well as heat transfer with normal inks (no
need for dye sublimation inks)
sublimation heat transfer onto textiles, metal, wood,
plastic, ceramics, metal and other treated surfaces
and color inkjet plotters
for CAD, GIS, aerial maps, 3-D graphic design,
engineering or architectural drawings,etc.
format printers appropriate for a college or university
art or photography department, for a museum, repro shop,
list of media and inks for signs, posters, banners;
helpful list of media
and inks for fine art giclee or photo-realistic museum
help for first time buyers, list of the best RIPs; hints
for what accessories you need; list of where you can get books
|| FLAAR Premium Report - Series on Scanners
FLAAR now has a great variety of reports, where you can find practical information,
help and tips about which you need.