Originally Posted by Plaka
Any printer should work. I'm using a cheap Canon inkjet. You just feed it labels instead of paper. I have a Xerox XE80 laser printer that needs some sort of fixing (one side prints too dark, ) if you want it. (I think I still have it...gotta look) This is a thermal fusing process as opposed to the inkjets spray and dry process. Very solid on high gloss stock.
Yeah - I have a Canon inkjet as well. I was thinking in the long run that a thermal printer would be cheaper. My Canon goes through ink pretty fast :/