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I recently purchased a Canon ip3600 printer to dedicate to edible printing.

I have used both Kopykake and a Wilton frosting sheet and both printed very well. You set the printer up so that it prints at high quality and the paper is set at matt photo, and the rear tray is the 'paper' source.
What I found was the Kopkykake sheets were very difficult to get off their backing sheets. They were also very fragile.
The WIlton sheets were very expensive ($AU9.95/sheet), they were slightly thicker but they released from the backing sheet more readily than the Kopykake sheets.
Overall I'm not that fussed with either.
My questions then is, what frosting sheets have other members used and what were their opinions on how they performed?

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I've used the brands you mentioned as well as some others and in my opinion the premium sheets from icingimages are the best.  They have software on their website and the sheets also come in colors.  I also prefer their gold label inks to any other brand.

I use the icingimages range and the ink refills as well.  I see you are an Aussie I am too.  In Victoria and those sheets do well in our climate.

Jane, do you order them from the States or is there someone who sells them in Vic?

Jane Bennett said:

I use the icingimages range and the ink refills as well.  I see you are an Aussie I am too.  In Victoria and those sheets do well in our climate.

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