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Hi,
I'm going to buy Neoflex and Neosol in Italy.
A preliminary question: my website has not been created yet, so...can the software "Neorip" be integrated in my website as a "T-shirt designer"? Or is it only a "offline" software like Photoshop?
Further: by the Neosol can I print on long banners (stadium, demonstration)? And on swimming headphones?
Thank you and sorry for my English.
 

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Hi,
I'm going to buy Neoflex and Neosol in Italy.
A preliminary question: my website has not been created yet, so...can the software "Neorip" be integrated in my website as a "T-shirt designer"? Or is it only a "offline" software like Photoshop?
Further: by the Neosol can I print on long banners (stadium, demonstration)? And on swimming headphones?
Thank you and sorry for my English.
Hello Foopep,
My English and your English went to same school. Not a big deal. Not many can speak or write Italian as much as your English.
Back to your questions,
1. Our Italian dealer doing fantastic job on training and after service.
2. Long banner: Size: 40cm x 104 cm Max. Unless you'll sew together. It is important that what media you will use. always test first. Retano will test for you before you make any investment.
Swimming hp: I don't know what that is. Test first is very important. If I have a sample we will try for you at no charge. We have exprieced print on silicon Swimming cap.(w/special ink)
3. I do not unstand why you said "I wouldn't waste any money" May I hear why?
 

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Can you do that for the Mod1 in your forum, as well please? I have been looking all over for "first hand" feedback, but I've been having trouble finding more than a couple people talking about it.

That comment "Reading in this forum, I don't think I'm going to waste my money..." seems like a sniping comment, from someone who is just trying to cast doubt; while this forum is not brimming with Neoflex users who are praising the machine, there is certainly no abundance of people who are saying it is bad, either.
 

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That comment "Reading in this forum, I don't think I'm going to waste my money..." seems like a sniping comment, from someone who is just trying to cast doubt; while this forum is not brimming with Neoflex users who are praising the machine, there is certainly no abundance of people who are saying it is bad, either.
This was about Peter mentioning all the positive feedback on these forums. I was simply stating he needed to link these posts to make his point. It wasn't about the Mod1 printer.
 

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Just like Peter does not go to the Mod forum and chime in when people are discussing the Mod, I don't think it is professional for someone who sells another machine to be goading a response from another machine supplier; seriously, it is happening way too much in this forum and I think it is unfair. I understand why you made the comment that you did, Jerid, but you always seem to pop up to give Peter a hard time, and I rarely see him do the same to you or anybody else. I think your time would be better served, promoting your own machine rather than badgering other manufacturers and trying to bring down discussion on their machines (unless of course, you have owned one and have some first hand knowledge to contribute).

All user feedback in the following thread (from multiple Neoflex users) is POSITIVE; the only negative arguments stem from other dealers popping in and stirring the pot:
http://www.t-shirtforums.com/neoflex/t112061.html

Again, nothing but POSITIVE reviews from ACTUAL USERS of the machine:
http://www.t-shirtforums.com/neoflex/t115606.html

More positive feedback from users:
http://www.t-shirtforums.com/neoflex/t112062.html

A thread from a happy customer, who wound up receiving GREAT tech support from AA, thus getting them back up and running ASAP:
http://www.t-shirtforums.com/neoflex/t113416.html

A post about how many units a Neoflex user just sent out the door, successfully making money with their machine:
http://www.t-shirtforums.com/neoflex/t115448.html

This thread doesn't have much feedback, but the one Neoflex owner who does chime in has nothing but positive things to say about it:
http://www.t-shirtforums.com/neoflex/t100217-2.html

More positive feedback:
http://www.t-shirtforums.com/neoflex/t104179.html

This thread shows interest in the Neoflex, from different parts of the world:
http://www.t-shirtforums.com/neoflex/t94619.html


Within the first page of this thread, you are already turning a positive discussion into a demeaning argument about the Neoflex:
http://www.t-shirtforums.com/neoflex/t118641.html

In fact, if I were to dig deeper into this forum, I could show you how almost ALL of the negative feedback has come from other dealers, NOT from actual Neoflex users. Without fail, as soon as a new conversation pops up, you (Jerid) or Don show up and put your .02 in - would you like me to copy and paste more threads, to show you what I mean? I am sure Peter is too busy to do this type of stuff, but we all know that I live for it..... :D
 

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... Keep the playing field fair and level, I always say; I'm pretty sure I spent two or three times as much free time defending Belquette and the Flexi, many years ago, as well as other machines over the years. I try and act the same way towards any manufacturer or machine, and judge each one based on individual merit, not over who has the loudest supporters or detractors on the forums.
 

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Actually I used the wrong words when i wrote "headphones". I meant silicon swimming caps. I'd be interested in printing that stuff but what do you mean with "w/special ink"? I'd be forced to buy other inks for the Neosol? And doesn't the heatpress melt the silicon?
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I completely agree with what you wrote.
to John and Jerid
I don't need anyone to copy and paste all the positive feedbacks on the Neoflex/Neosol because, despite my "great" English, I understood on my own that most people think it's a good machine.
 

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Reading in this forum, I don't think I'm going to waste my money...
This statement could be taken 2 ways:

1. After you were reading in this forum, you didn't want to waste your money on the NeoFlex.

2. You are reading in this forum, because you don't want to waste your money on a different printer.

I think the vast majority of people after reading this statement believed you were saying #1, even Peter questioned it.
 
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