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Discuss the different brands, makes and models of printers used to print inkjet and laser heat transfers. Also includes information on the inks that can be used to make your own transfers.



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Old October 14th, 2008 Oct 14, 2008 7:16:55 PM -   #1 (permalink)
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Im considering a used ebson stylus photo 1200 large format printer.. anyone with any knowledge pro con on this unit ? ex truck driver looking to start a home based business with daughter.
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Im considering a used ebson stylus photo 1200 large format printer.. anyone with any knowledge pro con on this unit ? ex truck driver looking to start a home based business with daughter.
thx ken
Do you have it or do you want to buy one? If you have one then it is old news. dye base. You may want to look into 1400 with cis pigment ink, 1800,1900. Lou
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thx ,no i saw it on e bay . actully im the high bid as of now . i will have to see about the dye base versus the cis pigment , thank you
 
 
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thx ,no i saw it on e bay . actully im the high bid as of now . i will have to see about the dye base versus the cis pigment , thank you
Anyone here will tell you that Pigment inks (Durabrite, Vevera pigment, Pigment CIS systems) is what is most used in the industry. You want your transfers to hold up well in wash and wear.
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Lou, Have you or someone you know are using
the HP 8850 or the HP 9180 printers, and if so
are they happy with them?
 
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Lou, Have you or someone you know are using
the HP 8850 or the HP 9180 printers, and if so
are they happy with them?
Sorry, I don't know anyone using those printers. However I am sure someone may pop in here that is. Lou
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