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    Are there any printer-scanners out there that are particularly suited for artwork?

    Hello.

    I need to get a hold of a scanner/printer so that I can print out the stuff I draw, work on it by hand, and then scan it back in, again. It's a bit complicated and silly, really.

    So I was wondering if any of you happen to know if there are any printer/scanners out there that are particularly well suited for art, somehow? (I'm assuming I can't just pick any random printer.) Is there a particular scanner/printer that you use, that you'd like to recommend, perhaps?

    Thanks in advance.


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    Bumping. Summed up what I need exactly . Let me know if you find anything and I will do the same.

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    I use an Epson printer, the Artisan ones are usually better for print work, and scanning is ok. I find just finding a flatbed separately a bit better though and they're not that expensive.

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