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[DTG Brand] viper in details

 
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Old November 5th, 2008 Nov 5, 2008 11:38:34 PM -   #1 (permalink)
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Hihi, Viper sounds good machine, but I don't know the price of it especially the ink cost, . i have a small business to this machine. Pls help me know the price (at Australia). Thanks.
 
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Best to ask the DTG salesmens for this information? It's a new machine and not many people have details.
 
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Best to ask the DTG salesmens for this information? It's a new machine and not many people have details.
I'm a DTG salesman and we don't even know the pricing yet. I'd say we are looking at a late December, early January release.
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Old November 6th, 2008 Nov 6, 2008 2:13:33 PM -   #4 (permalink)
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Price in Australia is 23k. Inks are the same dupont as used in the other DTG. I do ont know the price you will be paying over yhere as you have frieght Dollar exchange ets and they will be made in Aus. I hop e this helps.
 
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Hi Grant,

We won't set the price until we have a landed price here in the States. Impression Technology has not given us final pricing on the units, as they have only built the prototype to this point. We expect to see our first units here in the US in about 6-8 weeks. Production will ramp up on these over the next few months and we should be getting a steady stream of them by early to mid first quarter.
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Don, I hope all is well over there. I was with Steve on the weekend just gone, and had a good old chat. Looks like things are going to go well over the next year for DTG. I will be getting another printer in the next 6-8 weeks to add to the collection. All is good over here very busy and cannot wait until Christmas to get a break. already done 18 hours today its 1:30 am and been going since 5am this morning. I will give you a call in the next week or so and catch up.
 
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All is good over here very busy and cannot wait until Christmas to get a break.
For those of you unfamiliar with Aussie customs, Christmas break is basically "summer break" and lasts for 4-6 weeks, pretty much for all of the population. We get 1/2 day on Christmas eve and Christmas off then back to grind on Monday! Gives a whole lot more meaning to the phrase - No worries!

Enjoy your time off, mate

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"NO WORRIES" Mate. I wish i had 4 weeks of, would be very nice. Unfortunatly I will be only have 10 days off, but since this will be our first holiday for 4 years it will feel like 4 weeks off.
 
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10 days is still pretty good. I'd settle for 4 days

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Yes its good. I dont get days off normally. 7 days per week, So it will be very well taking on my behalf LOL. I hop oyu get a break soon too. Don is right most over here take 4-6 weeks off in a row.
 
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24200aud and that includes shipping the thing 3200kms across the country and coming across to train us on using it.
 
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Yep and I will train you. free holiday LOL.
 
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Hi Don,

I would like to thank you for the information you have been posting on the forum.

I am looking into getting the DTG Viper, and am wondering about its price in the US and want to know how significant is the improvements when compared to the DTG HM1?
How will I gain as t-shirts printer from getting the Viper as opposed to getting the HM1?

Another thing that I question is the price of the T-jet Express Pro (based on Epson 4880) in comparison to the DTG machines? Why are the DTG's more expensive (e.g. Viper (Epson 4880) is more Expensive that the T-jet Express Pro (also Epson 4880)?
 






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