haha..i always mix up the 6200 and 8200 that i have
6200 is the one that use toner, 8200 use wax
next time i show u the print out, 8200 color is the worse i have ever seen out of all color laser pritners, too dark and constrasty, resolution also lower, colour gradient is total gone so it will looks patchy
and do u know how much wax wastage? every time u power off and on the printer, lots of wax will be use to clean the system, and if u pull out the waste tray, you will see half block of wax gone!
the smell of the wax is terrible too, it takes 15min to warm up the printer and half an hour to power it off (wax need to cool down before u can move the printer)
i can go on if you want me to list out how disappointing this printer is
the only thing i like will be the glossy effect due to the wax, it is water proof but not heat proof nor scratch proof
if u really want xerox, get the new 8500, i have it too and the color is slightly better, however the resolution still below average, it is messy because it use toner powder, try change the toner once and u will know what i mean (btw, Epson C4000 series uses same design as 8500)
I didnt buy the printer but have free access to use one. Guess I will have to self-sponsor the wax sticks myself. Any ball park figure how much it would cost for the sticks?
Is it worth my effort to print out photographs on the Phaser or should I just invest in an A3 epson inkjet? I am looking at decent close-to-pro quality. I dont expect either the Phaser of the epson to produce super-Pro quality.