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post #16 of 18
I just got my IP3000 and am waiting for my ink and sheets from Kopykake. Just wondering...I read at Sugar Craft that conversion kits with new print heads are needed for the Cannon bubble jet printers. Is there something that I am overlooking? My printer is brand new and my impression was that all I needed was the edible ink.
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Pamela I. Ramirez
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Pamela I. Ramirez
www.cakes.busylittlebee.net
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post #17 of 18
The conversion kit is needed if you'll be converting a printer you've used with regular inks to one that will be used with edible inks. It's just a new print head. If you've bought your printer new, then your print head will also be new.
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post #18 of 18
Hubby just surprised me on Saturday with the Canon IP3000 so now I have to get the supplies.I am going order mine from icing images.com as their prices seemed a little better and you could also buy starter kits whch include a few extras for the same money as some single packages like a disc of images and diferent sized image sheets.

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