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Getting to grips with this beast and producing some nice prints. Best bit of advice for anyone thinking of buying one is to budget for a pretreater. You will need it.

Something I don't read much about on here is the fact that the inks are oeko-tex approved. No other manufacturer can boast that and it has won me lots of business from the green/organic market.

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Something I don't read much about on here is the fact that the inks are oeko-tex approved. No other manufacturer can boast that and it has won me lots of business from the green/organic market.

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"Kornit`s CMYK water-based inks are Oeko-tex approved."

Taken directly from Kornits website, a copy of the certificate is also posted. Nothing against Brother, but if you are going to make such statements lets make sure they are accurte.
 

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Yes, 3 + 1.

Lots of pressure on the pre-treat and a fair bit on the final print. My 541 needs hardly any pressure to cure but the 782 using white ink is very different.

I'm looking into a tunnel dryer, has anybody got any recommendations?
 
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