Canon iPF6300, 6350, & 8300
Canon's 300 Series of printers offer near-identical operation, but accommodate various widths:
Canon iPF6300 - 24"
Canon iPF6350 - 24" with internal hard disk
Canon iPF8300 - 44"
The Bottom Line
The imagePROGRAF iPF8300 is a 44-inch wide printer, capable of producing prints of up to B0 size, whereas the iPF6350 and iPF6300 are for prints up to 24-inches wide. The 44" 8300, and 24" 6300 and 6350 (the latter includes a hard drive) are identical in functionality, differing in paper and ink capacities - the 8300 also includes a hard drive.
excerpt from Jon Canfield
Our Favorite Online User Reviews for the Canon iPF6300, 6350 & 8300
I've been using Canon iPF printers for about seven years now, first a 6200 and now a 6300. I've gone through more than 2,000 feet of paper, or more than 20 100' rolls, mostly for large posters. Once I let the 6200 sit for six months unused. In all that time, I've only had to replace the print heads once in the 6300.
I've never had a nozzle clog, and maybe once or twice I had an ink smudge on the back or the border of a print, but nothing worse. The PS Export printing program is a dream to work with, except -- as with all Canon printers -- they have made it unduly hard to tun off the printer's various color management schemes.
I got a iPF6300 two months ago, and it continues to amaze me. I have not had a single print that I have been less than thrilled with.
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