Epson WorkForce WF-7520 All-in-One Printer
New addition to long line of great printers
Having worn out my previous Epson after much use I decided to purchase the WF-7520. It appears to be as I had hoped. The over sized paper and duplex printing is great for many home projects. Photos look great also. This is my 6th Epson.
November 3, 2012
I had an Epson WF-7520 for about 3 years. The print pad wore out. I know it wasn't because of the printer. Although I'm not in business I print a tremendous amount of literature: 100 church newsletters a month (11x17) back and front, 40 programs back and front every 2 months, 24 cue cards (13x19) for skits, a church directory of 6 back and front color, etc. The WF-7520 is a great printer. That's why I replaced it with the same model.
October 22, 2014
Epson WF 7520
Print speed is a little slow, as advertised, but the quality is good, as is the color fidelity. The page sizes which can be copied cover a wide range, which was the point. These large or odd sizes can be converted to standard sizes, which is very useful. It also uses numerous paper types. The 7520 has 2 paper trays where the 7510 has one: Using 2 produces fewer "load paper" interruptions.
October 10, 2014
I thought I could make do with this printer, but as time passes, it gets worse.
1. It is VERY LOUD.
2. The roller squeaks all the time and is loud and annoying.
3. The paper continually jams (have tried different kinds), and from both drawers.
4. The rear unit is very hard to get to when said paper jams.
I wish I hadn't bought this. I curse every time I print. I hate to waste money, but I am wasting so much time, that I am looking for a new one. It will NOT be an Epson!!!
October 8, 2014
Have not used it much yet - just finished installation which took a lot longer than I thought - first new one in 4+ years, lots more info needed now :<) Ah, technology - (LoL )!
Basics were quite easy with unpacking & machine set up & ink, etc - it was all the online stuff that took forever for wireless & modem (several tries - but had lots of install problems with wi-fi I-net set up from that company! (Joys !) Hopefully it works great - I am looking forward to several years of great, efficient service!
Used several other brands/styles – the 7520 is the best, largest, most multi-purpose machine I have bought so far for my personal & business uses.
September 29, 2014
Very good all-in-one
This all-in-one does everything well. Setup is pretty simple and it's easy to get started quick. The unit is large and heavy, which is to be expected for the capability of large scans and prints. The scan utility is quite simple to use. Make sure to read the manual, as some of the steps in setup are not obvious (e.g. gently shake ink cartridges 4-5 times before opening and installing). I am very pleased with the print and scan quality and other capabilities this device confers.
September 29, 2014
Paper Handling: WorkForce WF-7520
WF-7520 printed 100 lb. and 110 lb. Cover weight, short grain, 13x19 stock without a problem. LTR size, 24 lb. white paper jammed 50% or more of the time. Also, it passed multiple LTR sheets through before printing the sheet. All features work great however, the scanner, multi-sheet scan feeder, FAX and interface to Windows and MAC computers. I am pleased with the CMYK inkjet on 13x19 sheets. Printer speed is much slower in high quality mode, but acceptable for the quality produced. If the WF-7520 will be used primarily for FAX, I hope your LTR paper feeds better than mine.
September 18, 2014
Have just set it up and printed the Status Sheet.
Epson has reduced all the extraneous searching with their new software.
I have purchased over 6 or 7 all-in-one printers plus 2 GTS-50 scanners and I am very happy with the products.
Epson is the only product I recommend.
September 12, 2014
While the printer works fine on standard letter printing it is absolutely dismal in envelope printing! I want to throw it out the window every time I try to print #10 envelopes. It jams continuously and is extremely noisy to boot.
September 10, 2014
I am a lawyer in solo practice for 22 years. In my office over that time period, I have used many types of printers. They all seem to burn out within a year, and the support was always terrible. Every time the printer would burn out, I would go to the closest supply store and purchase another that would burn out in a year or less. Finally, a friend who is also a lawyer and prints a lot as well told me about the Epson. I purchased one to try it out, and it was so good, that while I did not need to replace the other computers in my office, I did it anyway, and purchased this one to do work at home. I really recommend this printer to anyone who wants a great product with a low price; a printer that really holds up. Donald Drewry, Attorney at Law
September 6, 2014