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Old November 23rd, 2012 Nov 23, 2012 12:54:59 PM -   #1 (permalink)
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Hi guys,

Just wanted to see if anyone has purchased the R-Jet Midi, and whether they could offer some feedback on their experience with it. I know its a relatively new model from Resolute, and most people have gotten the R-Jet 4, but at present I'm looking to get into DTG as far as my budget allows!

The R-Jet Midi seems like a great place to start, especially as I'm only looking to get started with white tees. Any thoughts/reviews?
 
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Hi guys,

Just wanted to see if anyone has purchased the R-Jet Midi, and whether they could offer some feedback on their experience with it. I know its a relatively new model from Resolute, and most people have gotten the R-Jet 4, but at present I'm looking to get into DTG as far as my budget allows!

The R-Jet Midi seems like a great place to start, especially as I'm only looking to get started with white tees. Any thoughts/reviews?
You can search the forums here under Veloci-t printer the r-jet midi and Veloci-t are the same printer just branded different.. they are made by an italian company (Trisky) and are based on the epson 1100 model printer..
 
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You can search the forums here under Veloci-t printer the r-jet midi and Veloci-t are the same printer just branded different.. they are made by an italian company (Trisky) and are based on the epson 1100 model printer..
Not exactly the same printer, please don't confuse people if you do not have correct information. There are 5 major differences between the veloci t & the R-Jet Midi.

You could not be further off the mark German13.
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Hi guys,

Just wanted to see if anyone has purchased the R-Jet Midi, and whether they could offer some feedback on their experience with it. I know its a relatively new model from Resolute, and most people have gotten the R-Jet 4, but at present I'm looking to get into DTG as far as my budget allows!

The R-Jet Midi seems like a great place to start, especially as I'm only looking to get started with white tees. Any thoughts/reviews?
PM sent with correct info, you can email me direct for the contact details of customers who will give you the correct info.

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Old November 24th, 2012 Nov 24, 2012 12:44:01 AM -   #5 (permalink)
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Hi Colin,

I had a feeling that this might be the case, as I'd seen similar things being said about the R-Jet 4 and the Rainbow printers.

Thanks for the heads up, please see PM.
 
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so exactly what are the difference?
 
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so exactly what are the difference?
We only sell these machines in the UK at the moment. We make changes that suit our remit which are mechanical & also software.

All the features are explained at our showroom during a demonstration. The veloci t sold by EZ is actually a higher spec printer which is more automated.

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Question for you colin, if the printer isnt automated like the veloci t does this in effect give the end user the ability to use rip software of there choice? does the midi even have rip software or is it driven by the standard epson driver? Please inform me/others of the "5" major differences as i dont want to be "off the mark" We can confirm the 1100 epson base model and there both made by trisky the italian company.. This will help potential buyers aswell with there purchase decisions based on price between the two and there capability compared... you now have an open platform to explain the 5 major differences and a plat form to self promote!! I will include 2 videos below (veloci t) demo and a diydtg 1100 epson base printing white ink using ek rip software (it does have white ink capability) the diy builders are very familiar with the 1100 base as this is a cheap printer that many have been using for years!! maybe you can post a vid on the midi operation?
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Jeff, you might off the mark but hit target?????. Fun parts of forum.
Often I wonder how the hell you know all these? Ever work? Lol. Or this is your work?
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Not exactly the same printer, please don't confuse people if you do not have correct information. There are 5 major differences between the veloci t & the R-Jet Midi.

You could not be further off the mark German13.
Colin,
It would be nice if you posted a reference video to show the differences you mention but didnt detail, this will educate those that help in the forums frequently to provide the correct info. I see in your other post you said its not as automated.. I know the epson 1100 model inside and out (I printed the first white ink thru an 1100 working with ekrip eukondigital.com) you can add/remove all the electronics you want as far as bed function but the most important factor is the epson 1100 base model to reference the capability/ print from similar models (veloci t).. diy dtg based 1100 models! The 1100 is discountinued in the united states and is/was epsons low end grade model 13" a3 printer.. The differences will be limited to "rip software" and "electronic bed control"

Question for you colin, if the printer isnt automated like the veloci t does this in effect give the end user the ability to use rip software of there choice? does the midi even have rip software or is it driven by the standard epson driver? Please inform me/others of the "5" major differences as i dont want to be "off the mark" We can confirm the 1100 epson base model and there both made by trisky the italian company.. This will help potential buyers aswell with there purchase decisions based on price between the two and there capability compared... you now have an open platform to explain the 5 major differences and a platform to self promote!! I will include 2 videos below (veloci t) demo and a diydtg 1100 epson base printing white ink using ek rip software (it does have white ink capability with rip software) the diy builders are very familiar with the 1100 base as this is a cheap printer that many have been using for years!! maybe you can post a vid on the midi operation and this will show the op the differences you speak of between the veloci t/midi..

Edit: i found the midi video (below veloci t vid), looks like the same case/cover only differece i see is you must load the platen/shirt holder yourself like a diy dtg as there is no auto load... what are the other 4 differences? does it use rip software? different dtg ink brand? Looks to me i was pretty darn close to the mark!!!





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Colin,
It would be nice if you posted a reference video to show the differences you mention but didnt detail, this will educate those that help in the forums frequently to provide the correct info. I see in your other post you said its not as automated.. I know the epson 1100 model inside and out (I printed the first white ink thru an 1100 working with ekrip eukondigital.com) you can add/remove all the electronics you want as far as bed function but the most important factor is the epson 1100 base model to reference the capability/ print from similar models (veloci t).. diy dtg based 1100 models! The 1100 is discountinued in the united states and is/was epsons low end grade model 13" a3 printer.. The differences will be limited to "rip software" and "electronic bed control"

Question for you colin, if the printer isnt automated like the veloci t does this in effect give the end user the ability to use rip software of there choice? does the midi even have rip software or is it driven by the standard epson driver? Please inform me/others of the "5" major differences as i dont want to be "off the mark" We can confirm the 1100 epson base model and there both made by trisky the italian company.. This will help potential buyers aswell with there purchase decisions based on price between the two and there capability compared... you now have an open platform to explain the 5 major differences and a platform to self promote!! I will include 2 videos below (veloci t) demo and a diydtg 1100 epson base printing white ink using ek rip software (it does have white ink capability with rip software) the diy builders are very familiar with the 1100 base as this is a cheap printer that many have been using for years!! maybe you can post a vid on the midi operation and this will show the op the differences you speak of between the veloci t/midi..

Edit: i found the midi video (below veloci t vid), looks like the same case/cover only differece i see is you must load the platen/shirt holder yourself like a diy dtg as there is no auto load... what are the other 4 differences? does it use rip software? Looks to me i was pretty darn close to the mark!!!





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Wow I wish I had as much time to waste on waffle, you have quoted wrong information again ! I am not biting, the only people who will buy the midi are in the UK. I am not here to entertain, you constantly bait EZ and other dealers on here and I want no part in it.

Pandora's box, LOL nice one Peter. I am coming to LA for that beer in January :-)
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Wow I wish I had as much time to waste on waffle, you have quoted wrong information again ! I am not biting, the only people who will buy the midi are in the UK. I am not here to entertain, you constantly bait EZ and other dealers on here and I want no part in it.

Pandora's box, LOL nice one Peter. I am coming to LA for that beer in January :-)
Makes me laugh!! (Waffle) = talk or writing that uses a lot of words but does not give any useful information.. Isnt that exactly what you did? correct someone but give no details or imformation to back it up!!

If i quoted the wrong info i gave you the opportunity to correct it? Obviously you cant, or dont want to for some reason?!! you turn something that was intended to help into negativity! why? mighty defensive? for what reason? Post the details of your machine that the op asked for all to see, isnt that why your here on the forums, to help with your product!

(Bait) You my friend are now quoting wrong info, i bait no dealers or anyone here, only speak truth based on my knowledge of epson based dtg printers from a builder stand point not a sales stand point, and sometimes this isnt what certain people want to hear when it affects there business interests.. Im friends with 99% of the manufactures here get your facts straight.. I forget your the ink supplier for EZ or were and prolly the reason for negativity behind your post..

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. I forget your the ink supplier for EZ or were and prolly the reason for negativity behind your post..
LMAO, I wish ! I have no idea where you got that one from
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I think this post has gone a little off track ! You can have the last word I'm off out.
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There are 5 major differences between the veloci t & the R-Jet Midi.
You could not be further off the mark German13.
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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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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You guessed two, I think you know the others but keeping cool. Looking forward to the beers, cheers.
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