No one can help?
It would probably be a good idea to contact Belquette directly about the conversion. I would also suggest that you do some research into the Epson 2100/2200 that the Kiosk & T-Jet printers were based on - Epson stopped making parts for those machines in August of 2012. Most distributors are already out of print heads and the ones that do have them have been reserving them for current customers who bought their machines directly from them. I would hate to see you pour money into a machine to find it unusable in a few months or so.
The damper is designed to do 3 things really.Thanks again DTGPRINTERPARTS.
tfalk, thanks for the reply. I have both the EZ carts and a set of cleaning carts. As I've been reading through the posts on the forum concerning the Kiosk, it appears most have moved away from carts and started using the dampers.
As I've thought about it, since the Kiosk doesn't need a chip, wouldn't a smaller damper be better? I mean, wouldn't a larger cart provide for a greater chance for the ink to spoil in the cart? I know it's impossible, but I'm starting to wonder if it were possible to attach the ink lines directly to the manifold wouldn't that be the best case scenario? Isn't the reason for the cart just a carry over from the printer used to build the DTG that allowed the printer manufacturer to sell ink to the customer? What am I missing?