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Well, iv been reading most of people's forms of the kornit, and it sound like it gona be a rollcoster if i buy it..is it worth it at the end??and i have heard that it has made great strides. Also heard that Timberline does there screen print with this machine??? and i do get large amount of orders thru them..So any info??would appreciate if my friends(ala john mccain) can help me..it whatever way
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I would do alot of research before putting the money out for a kornit. Here are a couple of good reads. First one is from a kornit user who is very experienced with the machine. I would read this one from start to finish http://www.t-shirtforums.com/direct-garment-dtg-inkjet-printing/t51902.html, next is a thread from a member who is just getting ready to become a kornit owner http://www.t-shirtforums.com/direct-garment-dtg-inkjet-printing/t61221.html. Its really important to know what to expect, and see if you are up for it :) Hope these threads help to further your research.
 

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This is a huge step...If you could not make the payments or lease payments for the next 18 months or so w/o any income from the kornit maybe you could do it...but I would think long and hard...this is a big step...there are those who have done well...but also those who were overly optimistic...be sure of your market and of the potential.. be sure to get a good business plan...and look at it carefully. .if all is good...go for it.. Good luck which ever way you go...
 

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Once again I will state my position with the fact that we are producing about 12,000 prints per month on our 2 931D Kornit printers. The learning curve is tough at times but once you get it, you can produce all day long.
 
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