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prints on Card and Canvas with no issues

By alan lewis on 13 August 2014
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My IX6550 was bought in the UK and has been used here ever since. Note that it plugs into the power using just a cable, so you need to make sure if you bought one for another region that it is compatible with UK voltages. Personally it's a great printer for mixed quality graphics and photo's, but might be a little th… see more My IX6550 was bought in the UK and has been used here ever since. Note that it plugs into the power using just a cable, so you need to make sure if you bought one for another region that it is compatible with UK voltages. Personally it's a great printer for mixed quality graphics and photo's, but might be a little thirsty if you were mainly looking at text! see less My IX6550 was bought in the UK and has been used here ever since. Note that it plugs into the power using just a cable, so you need to make sure if you bought one for another region that it is compatible with UK voltages. Personally it's a great printer for mixed quality graphics and photo's, but might be a little thirsty if you were mainly looking at text!
By Keith John Alger on 18 April 2014
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This is a question for V Lewis or anyone else in the wedding stationery business. I want to print on 270gsm card... Did you end up purchasing this printer and is it ok? If not, which make and model did you go for in the end? Many thanks

By Miss C. on 04 May 2014
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Not as far as I know. The maximum print size is A3+ (483mm x 330mm) and various sizes less than this.
By x on 17 June 2014
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It is purely a top-class printer, I'm afraid!
By Lainey on 13 November 2014
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Sorry i cant answer that- Canon can answer with a positive yes or no.What i can say is this is a lovely printer -mine photo's 7x5in A4 and A3 come out fantastic.
By H Smarty on 07 November 2014
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I use it from Windows 7, it will all depend on the driver.
John

By JohnW on 24 June 2014
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Hi-Credit card size is the smallist i have used--about the card i have't used it for cards though so i don't really know . You could go to Canon website and go into information on canon pixma ix6550 printer
By H Smarty on 14 August 2014
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Sorry cant help never used Windows8
By Mr. Roy Tomkinson on 29 July 2014
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Sorry, no idea if this prints on CD's. Looking at it, I doubt it, but that's one for the Cannon website, or their helpdesk.
By DavidJ on 03 February 2014