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Old June 1st, 2008 Jun 1, 2008 5:22:49 PM -   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all, my IBM infoprint has just died, was A3 postscript laser for film output. i have been using agfa's Laser link film.
Im now looking for a replacement.
Looking at possibly an epson, that uses roll film, but dont know much about them, any info would be greatly appreciated.
Or should i just find a new Laser printer, want a printer that can print oversize A3,
330 mm wide, any suggestions ?
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Look at an epson r1800, 4880, or 4800
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EPSON Stylus Photo R1800 A3+ Inkjet Printer ** NEW ** - eBay, Printers, Computers. (end time 04-Jun-08 16:16:06 AEST)

this is a link to the epson r1800.
good price from what i know, will print A3 and can also take rolls. also can be used for bulk ink and sub ink.

hope this helps.
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