. . . but the overhead is too high (grin). By chance I dropped in to ask a similar question, and saw this thread. Let me put a different spin on it.
I need some business brochures printed to support my small, home business (SOHO). The cost to "insta-print" 100, 3-panel brochures at a local (digital) print shop is $220.
For approximately that much money I could buy a new color printer, yes? The only difference I know of now is that the print shop brochures would done on a postscript printer at 1200 dpi.
What color printer would have a print resolution high enough that, if my brochures were perhaps printed on coated, heavier paper stock, would look good when passed out to potential customers?
Is there a color printer available that would make more business sense to buy then having the brochures done commercially?