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Add Camo Dipping to your Services

Discussion in 'General Signmaking Topics' started by wrappin, Jul 25, 2012.

  1. coastguy111

    coastguy111 Member

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    I will have to dig up the link, but you can make your own prints now. Company sells the specific paper needed and lists all printers that are compatible. From what I remember it's actually very inexpensive. So let me get to digging through my computer for my saved files...
     
  2. wrappin

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    www.camodipkit.com now has a "starter kit" for $59 for those who just want to test things out...
     
  3. wrappin

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    Anyone try this?
     
  4. studebaker

    studebaker Member

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    Good Lord yeah! I've been doing it the last three years and having a profitable blast doing it. I still haven't figured out why more sign shops aren't doing this...

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  5. P Wagner

    P Wagner Very Active Member

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    It is a specialized application, but can be very profitable with the right customer base.

    Hydro-dipping requires water-based pigment ink - this is yet another application which is available to HP Latex users, but not to users of eco-solvent or UV printers.
     
  6. tattoo.dan

    tattoo.dan Active Member

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    where can you get hp latex printable rolls?
     
  7. tooler82

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    Does this actually have to do with a sign shop? Or is this something in a vat or bucket you just dip it in and don’t even need our machines?
     
  8. studebaker

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  10. studebaker

    studebaker Member

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    YES! Latex printers are much better to use than pigment printers. But you can't use UV or Solvent printers.
     
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