Summary: The iP3600 installation and setup went smoothly on my Mac mini (OS X) but there was a "small" glitch: no ink would render to the paper. On the plus side, I was able to quickly get through to Canon customer support. However, that brief positive feeling of technical salvation soon turned to despair.
Summary: My old Canon IP4000 printer finally died. I chose the Canon IP3600 because I needed a color printer with good resolution, but not a $$$ top of the line stand alone photo printer. The IP3600 Printer arrived quickly but did not print, after spending about 30 min.
Summary: I have two computers - both running Windows 7, and neither would detect the printer. I uninstalled the printer software twice, but no dice. Also, the printer does not come with a printer cable.
Summary: This is my second Canon printer, the previous (S800) lasted for about 10 years until I wore out the print-head. The ip-3600's internal construction does not appear to be as good as the S800; however it is easy to set up and get to work and it provides well balanced color prints immediately.
Summary: I've been looking for an edible printer that is both affordable and easy to use. The Canon iP3600 Photo Printer fits the bill! When I got an opportunity to use it when I made a boxing theme cake. I used it to print the logo on the ring floor and the ads on the sides.
Summary: Receive my printer ans was excited about using it....This printer was bought for the purpose of printing edible pictures was happy with it's performance thus far would update status if quality and performance changes.
Summary: Bought this one because of my experience with the PIXMA IP4700. I can't tell the difference between the two except for a couple of print features. The print speed is good, text print is very good and photo printing is excellent.