Believe what actually users and people that are not selling you a printer are saying - not people trying to make a commission off of you. Maybe some of these links will help you out with addressing the reality behind the Anajet statements:Anajet makes it sound like their technology is very similar to the Brother at a much lower cost. They claim it is built from the ground up, not using Epson printheads like the other less expensive printers.
- Epson Parts - http://www.t-shirtforums.com/anajet/t122964.html
- Picture of Anajet & 1800 Printer - http://www.t-shirtforums.com/anajet/t84153.html
- Anajet Inks (replaced with Dupont & works the same) - http://www.t-shirtforums.com/anajet/t123008-2.html#post731604 and http://www.t-shirtforums.com/anajet/t64033.html#post384785
There are plenty of other posts stating the need to use the Epson Adjust Wizard to reset the waste tank or issues with ink chips when there are no ink chips on the actual Anajet cartridges.
As you do you research, you should know that there are thousands of people that have Epson-based dtg printers that are making money with them. Every printer has pros / cons associated with it. Find the best one that fits your business model. A good sales rep will ask several questions about your business model before even talking to you about a dtg printer. Otherwise, they are doing nothing more than pushing equipment and not selling you a business solution.
Just my opinion. Can't wait for beer thirty! TGIF