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.
Summary: I do think, that I did more research when looking for a new printer than I had done in the past when pondering most other items to be used with my two pcs. This IP3600 was in my price range, and functioned perfectly right out of the box.It replaced a couple of printers that had been less than...
Summary: I bought this printer to print on edible icing images for cake decorating using edible food safe ink cartridges. I get the sheets and "ink" from Photo Images. The first print, a picture of a guy wakeboarding, was so perfect I almost cried.
Summary: After my Epson Stylus Photo 750 bit the dust after 12 years of being a real workhorse, I had to find another printer. I dreaded the experience, and did ALOT of comparison shopping, especially actual customer reviews.
Summary: This printer replaced an older Canon printer that became obsolete due to unavailability of replacement print heads. Problem with this printer, although the photos come out excellent, is that it takes forever to bring on line.
Summary: I got this printer to use as a printer to print edible images for my cake decorating. I also purchased the edible inks but it did not come with the photo black. Does anyone know if you can use the ordinary photo black with the rest of the edible ink? Does not make sense.