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  1. I don’t think it matters, I’ve used refurbs and new/used. Only issue I’ve had was with the P800 paper tray on the refurb units recently. It’s all up to you though. I have one for sale, XP 15000- new refurb with 1 year Epson warranty. $375 shipped. Doesn’t include oem ink, but can include a set of refillable ink carts WITHOUT chips( needs to be made Chipless anyway). Still wrapped from Epson. it’s a current gen printer, so I’m sure you’ll be able to find out though, unlike me and my P400’s. Lol.
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  2. It’s up to you, the 15000 works, but is new to the game and has quirks. For low volume printing, it would work fine given your technically inclined. the L1800 is a tried and tested printer, quite a few have them. the p400 is another great option for lower volume users, even high volume users who don’t want to deal with ink settling issues ( white ink is your enemy) then the p800/p600 for people who will print a lot. there are others, older machines. The p400/p600/p800 all read full inks always, the 15000 doesn’t and needs reset. personally I roll print an
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  3. Gotta change the settings. It auto selects 3 passes for the underbase. Start out with 70 percent color and 70 percent white( and 50 percent white under base) and work from there. All single pass, 1440x1440.
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  4. I use the p400, even when I print hundreds a day to avoid any ink settling issues or any of that crap. I have all the other models people use the most and still choose the p400 for that singular reason. if you seen a p800 available at that price, it isn’t available any longer.
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