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Another guy looking to get into the printing business

Discussion in 'Hewlett Packard' started by Mighty Moose, Nov 13, 2018.

  1. Mighty Moose

    Mighty Moose New Member

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    First of all thanks for any help.

    My Background:

    I have been designing on a computer since 1994 with the original Corel Draw. Fast forward through the years; newer software/computers; and I have been running vinyl cutting machines and design logos as a side business as well as wrapping vehicles.

    Now I want to get a latex printer / larger cutter / laminator. I am located in Delaware. I am hoping to get something going before the year end so I can take the tax break and use the winter to train myself. I have narrowed my search to a latex printer, most likely the 315.

    Again thanks and any references or help would be appreciated.
     
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  2. BigfishDM

    BigfishDM Merchant Member

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    Well, I can help you with all that sir. I can help you with any and all questions you may have on this technology. You can call me at 714-878-7989 or you can email me at jcormany@gansink.com I am Josh and a resident nerd when it comes to this industry.
     
  3. myront

    myront CorelDRAW is best

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    My mother lives about 20 miles from you. I was born in Dover, DE.
     
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  4. C5 Service&Repair

    C5 Service&Repair Member

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    why latex? what pros and cons have you established?
     
  5. Kentucky Wraps

    Kentucky Wraps Kentucky Wraps

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    Yeah! Justify yourself! What makes you think you can narrow it down to Latex huh?
    ;)
     
  6. Mighty Moose

    Mighty Moose New Member

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    Latex seems to appeal to the fact I do this as a part time business, and I want to be able to go and print when I need to and not have to spend so much time with maintenance. I do realize that the industry has done a lot with solvent. This does seem to be a highly debated subject. I just want a decent setup with the ability to cover as many types of products as I can.

    Again thanks for all the input.
    Scott
     
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