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In my opinion I'd choose the Ricoh. My opinion is based solely on my using that printer for a while now. It prints nice vivid DyeSub transfers and pretty fast too. I'd say it's a bit small for certain things, but this is a good way to start on a budget. My use of the printer is not a daily thing, in fact sometimes it just sits there for a week or two without use. So far, I have never had a clogging issue with this printer, unlike all the Epsons I've experienced. They seem to clog overnight. Still, I would get a few more opinions before you pull the trigger on either one.
 

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Yes, with the Ricoh 3110DN, you just order the dyesub inks. It's best if you buy it as a kit, which will give you the printer, the inks, a rip for dyesub and usually a pack of paper to start with. DO NOT ever put the regular inks into a printer you want to use for dyesub.
 
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