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jfiscus
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jfiscus

Map Wraster, Male, 38, from Cincinnati, OH

Hard at work printing ugly stuff. Jan 26, 2017

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Jun 4, 2020 at 3:41 PM
    1. Claviust
      Claviust
      Hello, I have a question is it the same price of printing for m2 with JV3 and Epson S40600 ?
      1. jfiscus
        jfiscus
        Epson inks are expensive per cart, but you don't go through near as much ink as a JV3 does. But, that also depends on your profiles. I'd say at least 50% less ink used at a guess.
        Jun 4, 2020 at 3:27 PM
    2. Tom S
      Tom S
      Hello. Thanks for the reply, I'm hoping I wont need anything but its sure good to have parts contacts.
      Tom.
    3. Mr. T
      Mr. T
      Thanks for the reply on my post. Where did you purchase your laminator? My one concern is we use oracal laminate and it is reverse wound. Have you had any experience with that?
      Thank you, Tracy
      1. jfiscus
        jfiscus
        We purchased our laminator from our local vendor. The wind of the laminate doesn't matter you'll just be using the upper bar backwards, the only powered parts are the rollers and the take-up reel. I trained everyone in the office how to use ours in a couple hours, never had an issue out of it.
        Dec 5, 2018
      2. jfiscus
        jfiscus
        Gloss/optically clear laminate is a bit trickier than anything else to load with the plastic liner, but after the initial setup it goes fine. The vendor we purchased them from is called Trigon Imaging, we bought 2 from them. We used to have a Arctic and a Seal laminator but those are gone now thankfully.
        Dec 5, 2018
    4. BlueRidgeSignSupply
      BlueRidgeSignSupply
      Hey there, saw a post of yours through google where you mention using a s70675 printer... specifically for layering... is there any chance you could give me some tips? I've been printing for about 6 months, and been in the sign industry for coming on a year... I'm having a real struggle getting all my layers to line up well on clear decals. It's the one thing I still haven't mastered...
      1. jfiscus
        jfiscus
        sure, my email is jason@cruxroadboardz.com or text me at 859-445-5092
        Aug 4, 2017
    5. jfiscus
      jfiscus
      Hard at work printing ugly stuff.
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    6. spanky22
      spanky22
      Hi J,
      I am with Glyphics. A company that is geared toward displays, fixtures, decals and vinyl graphics. Of course we do a lot more, but that list could go on for hours.
      My Mother lives down there in Florence, how's things in down there for you?
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Jul 27, 1981 (Age: 38)
    Location:
    Cincinnati, OH
    Occupation:
    Graphic Designer / Print Production
    Location:
    Northern KY
    Country:
    USA
    Experience Level:
    More than 5 years
    Work Description:
    Graphic designer since 1999, all industries.
    Plotters & Printers:
    Mimaki, Gerber Edge, Summa, Roland, Epson, HP, etc
    Signmaking & Graphics Software:
    Adobe CS, Omega Suite, Onyx

 


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