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Old March 10th, 2014 Mar 10, 2014 2:33:46 PM -   #16 (permalink)
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Wow that's great info man. Does it make ink too lol? Just kidding. I have to see the program. I remember the days of the T Jet and the Software was pretty awesome. Which one do you carry?
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Old March 10th, 2014 Mar 10, 2014 2:38:16 PM -   #17 (permalink)
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So far, none. We have been in talks with CadLink, but haven't signed on the dotted line. I've been testing their RIP quite a bit and it does a good job. There's a lot of power "under the hood", but on the surface, it's importing a file and choosing print (or printing to the RIP from your program).
 
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Great man, well keep me updated with what you find. I trust your word. Will have to see soon too
 
 
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Great Print. I am doing DTG printing on Dark garments but never have seen these results from my machine (DTG VIPER)
 
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The Epson has more nozzles on the head than the Viper. I'm pretty happy with my Viper, its went cross country a few times and is still running strong. Yeah the prints are pretty awesome though
on the Epson
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As expected EPSON was hot token in Atlantic City ISS show. We print none stop.
So many end users brought own images and went around all dealers to compare which was very smart move.
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We run our neo dualcmyk.
Epson white ink properties may get us back into printing on darks.
BUT, we will keep our neo for its high througput.
Using same rip will simplify our life immensely.
Now may consider neo solvent head as well, and push our dtg department.

Looks promising.

Love the neo guys. Always get our booth near theirs,
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Shep,
I did not know you were next corner to me until 2nd day.
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