It’s here! Meet the printer made for crafting, scrapbooking and is packed with lots of fun features the PIXMA TS9521C Crafter’s All In One printer. Designed with the features you want like 12″x12″ borderless printing, versatile paper feeding options including greeting card stock, and built in printable patterns this printer gives you the ultimate in printing versatility. It can handle all your everyday printing needs too, such as photos, school projects, documents, invitations and more. Additionally, with the support of Wi Fi, Air Print and Morea Print Service, an auto document feeder for scanning and copying, and a built in SD Memory Card slot5, this printer will meet all of your needs with the quality you expect from Canon.
From the manufacturer
Create with Canon
Create Your Greeting Cards
Celebrate your special moments and occasions by printing personalized, borderless 7” x 10” greeting cards.
Print Your Photos on Canon Glossy Square Paper
Transform your Instagram snapshots into printed memories with our 5” x 5” square prints.
Plain 12 x 12 paper not available???I was so excited about this printer as I am a card and scrapbook crafter. However, no one has 12 x 12 paper the weight required for this printer. How can Cannon make a printer that you can’t find paper for??? I am very disappointed!
Susan A Fader –
Very VersatileI am so pleased with this printer, Canon has done it again. I paid more than I usual would but I wanted a printer without a fax and to have more photo quality. The photo quality and the speed in which it prints is excellent. It has 5 ink tanks which is great to just replace one at a time. I buy the XL which seem to last a long time. I print a lot of photos and do home office work so I was very pleased with the speed and print quality. Best Printer I have ever had, and this is my third printer. I would highly recommend this printer.
Lauren Scarpa –
Great printer for invitations/card stockI have searched for years to find the best printer for thick card stock and I think I finally found it. So far I am extremely impressed as I have been able to print on 5×7 130 lb card stock without any issues. It prints very clean, no streaks and exactly “centered” on the page (previous printers would print too high or low or too far to the right or left which caused lots of wasted paper, ink and having to “shave” part of the page to make the image centered). I found the installation to be very easy- within 20 minutes or so of unboxing the printer I already had my first print out. It doesn’t seem to be using up ink any faster than my HP inkjet. I purchased remanufactured ink cartridges that we recommended by another reviewer but I have yet to try them. I will update this review after I’ve used the printer for a few projects and have a better idea of how quickly it runs through ink, if the manufactured cartridges work and if its still printing nicely on various sized card stock.***update after a few months of use- the printer accepted the re-manufactured cartridges without any issues which is amazing. I have run into a little trouble with the rear feed. If I’m printing on thick card stock I have to manually feed every sheet which is extremely time consuming. It will print beautifully but when I have 100+ pages to print it takes so much more time than it would if I could put in a stack and walk away then come back to replace it. I still love the printer but I have to make the time to call canon and see if this is a common problem and see what I can do to fix it.
Terrible Quality for InkThe printer did manage to print on sticker paper, however the blues was too dark. I called tech support, but we could not adjust it regardless of the setting chosen. Also, when I was opening the ink packages it came with, I followed the instructions and the damn ink pitched all over me. It went on the floor, on my face, and on my clothes! Ridiculous quality control! I’ve never had that happen with any of Canon’s inks before! I own a Pixma ip110 and bought this to replace it for heavy duty prints. But this is going back.
John Hawkinson –
11×17″ rear tray isn’t a real tray. Full page color prints are slow. Scans are grey.I bought this printer (Canon TS9521C) to print occasional 11×17″ and color documents, and I am not sure if I’m going to keep it. I was debating between it and the Brother MFC-J5930DW, and I think I made the wrong choice.The TS9521C doesn’t have a real paper tray for large paper. You can fold out the “back tray” (really a manual feed) at 45 degrees and the last 4″ of the 11×17″ sticks off the end and curls down. This makes it inadequate for long-term storage of paper. Also, it only accommodates about 3/8″ of paper (100 pages). See photo, with tray open and loaded with 11×17 paper (background other than the printer is darkened and blurred — sorry it makes the printer look kinda weirdly halo-lit.)I printed the front page PDF of a Sunday New York Times on 11×17″ paper (77% scale) and it took 5 minutes (and 21 seconds) to print! On the other hand, the print quality was excellent, better than the color laser I’m used to. Normal line drawings without color photographs seem to print at a more reasonable speed (not worth timing).Overall the entire printer feels flimsy. Various doors don’t feel like they totally click into place and the front paper cassette (letter only) seems it might be easy to break. Same with the unfolding the accordian door to open the rear paper tray — the plastic-on-plastic sliding is not smooth.There’s something odd about the page order, it seems like by default it prints documents in reverse order, and seemed to flip sheets 180-degrees on alternate pages in a test document. None of that is a big deal.After some soul-searching, I decided to return the Canon so I bought the Brother and now I have them both to compare. The Brother prints the same NYT test page way faster, like a minute or less.The scanner also scans white backgrounds as grey. I’ve included the same image scanned on both. The background on the Canon scans as 11% grey, but on the Brother it’s (properly) 0% grey (100% white). I’ve attached images comparing the two scans. (The bw document was printed on a third laser printer. The NYT page scan was printed on the Brother.)The Canon also cannot scan duplex.On the other hand, the Brother is huge, and the Canon is much smaller. But presumably you knew that.
Avid Shopper –
So far, so goodI was a little anxious about all the negative reviews regarding setup for canon printers. However, setup for this printer was a breeze. No issues there. I’ve already printed several full page pattern papers and the amount of ink left is satisfactory. I also tried printing a 4×6 photo and the printer worked beautifully. The only possible negative comment that I could make about this printer is that you lose quality when you print small images (about 1.5x2in photos). But I have another photo printer for small photos so this is not a big deal. It does everything else beautifully and I would recommend it for crafters.