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Old May 9th, 2014 May 9, 2014 10:31:37 PM -   #46 (permalink)
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Wow he must like that and could be good for sales if newbies can see his production in person.
I am not sure but I think his retail shop will have printers running in full view, I will be visiting soon so will have a much better idea then.

Knowing Sam it will be a kick *** setup
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Old May 10th, 2014 May 10, 2014 12:01:55 AM -   #47 (permalink)
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That's great. Hope you guys do well. In FW you mean Forth Worth?
Yes sorry Fort Worth Texas :-)

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Old May 10th, 2014 May 10, 2014 12:27:25 AM -   #48 (permalink)
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You're right. I just deleted my post. I'm not really worried about it. Was just being nice to him and trying to help. Doesn't matter anymore. Haven't heard from him so I'm sure it's solved
 
 
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Lol hahaha funny man. Hey is it true the RIP can allow you to print W+CMYK in one pass?
 
Old May 10th, 2014 May 10, 2014 2:25:23 AM -   #50 (permalink)
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His UK setup is England's Zazzle equivalent producing over 1000 individual shirts a day. It's very impressive to see all those R-Jet 5's running at the same time with so few operators :-)

This is another unsung advantage of the R-Jet 5; easy to gang up. The first one includes the RIP, but the subsequent printers are cheaper because the RIP will run them all. It fits on a standard 2'6" by 4' desk, and if you are smart you would put one desk on another and run a double decker layout. So one wall of a standard size office room could bank 12 R-Jets all running, even the largest design would output at 120 shirts plus an hour. As we all know, flexibility is the key to efficient growth, my Kornit Breeze took up half the workshop, and when I wasn't feeding it shirts and ink, it just stood there, laughing, draining my bank account and demanding to be cleaned. Like my wife really. (joking!)
 
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Lol hahaha funny man. Hey is it true the RIP can allow you to print W+CMYK in one pass?
Yes. The RIP is intuitive; easy to use but with all the setting adjustments you could want. Send it a tiff or png with a transparent background, choose shirt colour and shirt size, then choose print in any of 4 quality modes. Dig deeper (click the tab) and you can manually change all settings. It has an excellent 'knock me colour out' feature (slider bar style) that knocks out the colour of the shirt from the print. A flaming skull on a black background printed on a black shirt looks unbelievable using this technique. I printed skulls on some left over old style black Fruit hoodies, with 'Heavy Fu**ing Metal' (without asterix's) and sold them on ebay, they flew out.

The Kornit RIP of photoshop based, which you must buy extra, and is a series of complicated actions, the best of which are designed by customers and 'borrowed' by Kornit! The R-Jet RIP is stand alone, and works with any file from your fav graphics programme.
 
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Lol hahaha funny man. Hey is it true the RIP can allow you to print W+CMYK in one pass?
Your winding me up LOL, in-line is brilliant and uses less ink. We were the first to launch it at Fespa last year with CADlink

Don't confuse it with the old one pass fast.

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The very same guy has just opened in FW and is also running Resolute DTG USA from his new fulfilment premises.

His UK setup is England's Zazzle equivalent producing over 1000 individual shirts a day. It's very impressive to see all those R-Jet 5's running at the same time with so few operators :-)

Very cool! Must be a cool site to see!
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Awesome info. I'll see it at my next trade show
 






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