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Old September 29th, 2018 Sep 29, 2018 1:15:08 PM -   #1 (permalink)
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Looking to build a rotary attachment form my p600 DIY uv build need to know if anyone done one seen one a shop has and willing to let me get specs off if.... a little back ground on me is I built 3 custom 3d printers my large diamond head printer is 48 in x 48in x48in 2 other are ones bought off Ebay. Built my 15w custom laser cutter engraver of a cut table of 48in by 48in and built my uv p600 and 2 p600 dtg along side my 54in roland plotter in my home shop.

I seen one of these rotary attachments at a buddy's shop and said I could build it vs the 2500 to buy one. And it would open many more door on custom stuff I do now.

All my machines i made portable. So i can go to different shows and events. I am In middle of build of 2 epson 1400 one to uv and one to dtg. With my oldest son as he got them for free and wanted to learn programming and different stuff. And have something of his own.

Only big issue on these 1400 is we can't get past ink not reading tried chip rest,hard rest,new carts,ciss,and refillable same issue with anything. Went to new mother board on one unit and new chip board and cables. .. if any one would have info on the 1400 my son would love it.. and I would enjoy info on any DIY on a rotary for a uv printer ..
 






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