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Old November 24th, 2012 Nov 24, 2012 3:01:02 PM -   #16 (permalink)
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My guess of 5 major differences are
1. Different name.
2. RIP
3. Price?
4. Manual platen
5. Drive from right side? Lol. Or color.
Just for fun
You shoul not say there was many differences unless u have plan to follow through. Jeff is pit bull. Lol. I was wondering what those are as many others.
Anyway it is your right to follow through or not. It is worth to think about how Tsf readers will think?
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I dont quite understand it myself Its no secret they are made by the same company (Trisky) the only thing i see that stands out is manual load and maybe a hardware difference, same design/cover and printer base model..

You Have a reseller resolute/colin come on the thread and say the post is confusing "off the mark" but fails to list those differences here to potential buyers of his product?? really!! lol You would think he would want to clarify these differences and sell printers isnt that what he is in business to do? A format to explain but cant.. Odd @ best.. Now we are reserved to playing guessing games..lol
 
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Old November 24th, 2012 Nov 24, 2012 4:21:44 PM -   #17 (permalink)
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1100 is too slow...
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Old November 24th, 2012 Nov 24, 2012 4:38:47 PM -   #18 (permalink)
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1100 is too slow...
The 1100 printhead is designed with 180 nozzles on the black channels, but only 59 nozzles for CMY, so its black channels print fast but cmy much slower.. take into account it was designed for office use and would mainly be printing "black text" hence the printhead design..

Compared to the 8 channel dx5 epson heads its no contest regarding speed/production as these are 180 per channel (180 x 8).. so imagine the speed of dual cmyk The 1100 is a good starter printer for its class..imho However not everyone is concerned with speed, unless you have high volume of prints/production output

I understand the design concept with the less coveted printhead and parts.... The printhead for the 1100 is easily obtainable and retails @ 106.00 us..

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Old November 24th, 2012 Nov 24, 2012 4:46:50 PM -   #19 (permalink)
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1100 is too slow...
How about longevity? Concern price tag it is pretty decent choice to some people.
There are Market for Mercedes and Dodge (i don't mean dodge, i had one) i just can not remember European France car name)They all alive! Right?
Anyway Dtg is lots of learning. Jeff does have lots of knowledges on 1100 so sure and Pit Bull Colin is very devoted person on his product. IMHO.
Both=cool, but want to see more debates for long night. Aren't you? I am. Lol.
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Old November 26th, 2012 Nov 26, 2012 2:40:07 PM -   #20 (permalink)
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You Have a reseller resolute/colin come on the thread and say the post is confusing "off the mark" but fails to list those differences here to potential buyers of his product?? really!! lol You would think he would want to clarify these differences and sell printers isnt that what he is in business to do? A format to explain but cant.. Odd @ best.. Now we are reserved to playing guessing games..lol
It's hard to say ANYTHING about your own products without getting your post deleted for self-promotion. Even if you are just clarifying misinformation. Maybe he's just saving his energy.
 
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Old October 11th, 2016 Oct 11, 2016 2:14:17 AM -   #21 (permalink)
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BASED IN LONDON, UK

Purchased around 2 years ago, used sparingly before upgrading to a vinyl based printer.
Had a service from Resolute last year and a new print head installed cost £500.00 (receipt included).
Has been in storage for around 6months, so will need a clean and a full flush.
Unfortunately I cannot offer any guidance or support with this printer as it was my partners.
Comes with full Acro RIP software and dongle.
Reasonable amount of ink in printer, including cleaning kits and fluids. Fully boxed in original box all leads, plattens etc. to start printing.
Sold as seen, more than welcome to come and view before buying.

£2,000 ono - message me with any questions will be absolutely happy to help
 
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BASED IN LONDON, UK

Purchased around 2 years ago, used sparingly before upgrading to a vinyl based printer.
Had a service from Resolute last year and a new print head installed cost £500.00 (receipt included).
Has been in storage for around 6months, so will need a clean and a full flush.
Unfortunately I cannot offer any guidance or support with this printer as it was my partners.
Comes with full Acro RIP software and dongle.
Reasonable amount of ink in printer, including cleaning kits and fluids. Fully boxed in original box all leads, plattens etc. to start printing.
Sold as seen, more than welcome to come and view before buying.

£2,000 ono - message me with any questions will be absolutely happy to help
Hi,

Could you please PM your serial number so I can confirm we serviced this printer last year. Also we don't use Acro rip, the Resolute RIP is written by CADlink.

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