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Colorcamm pro Ribbon Cartridges

Discussion in 'Roland' started by dc303, Mar 30, 2011.

  1. dc303

    dc303 New Member

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    Anyone know a good place to buy Ribbons from for my colorcamm pc-60?
     
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  2. syn1ders

    syn1ders New Member

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    Duracoat Ribbons can be found @ street-glo in Chesapeake, VA.
    Sorry I can't. Furnish #
     
  3. Sign Works

    Sign Works Very Active Member

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    I used to buy Roland ribbon cartridges from Beacon Graphics until I found large lots of them for sale on ebay supercheap. Beacon still carries Roland carts and Zeronine replacement ribbons, I personally do not reccomend the Z-9 ribbons or any other aftermarket ribbon for that matter.

    http://www.beacongraphics.com/supplies/cc-ribbons.html
     
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    Andrew O Merchant Member

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    AUTO-FX Very Active Member

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    Oh, I had lots of luck with the zero nine ribbons. Colors held fairly well long term. Is zero nine still making ribbons for the rolands? It's been quite some time since i had one of those machines. I had several 60s and 600s.
     
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    Ron's website is still up at ...
    www.lcheapo.net/

    I believe he is selling the print one ribbons from the UK. Years ago I used to sell these ribbons and they were very good in my opinion, but I can't say the same for the printer.
     
  7. AUTO-FX

    AUTO-FX Very Active Member

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    They were good for little stuff - small vector logos or single color decals. Labels, parking permits, etc. Definitely not cmyk printing though.
     
  8. dc303

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    So how large do you think I can really print with this printer for good quality? Would motorcycle kits be to large a job for this printer?
     
  9. Pat Whatley

    Pat Whatley Major Contributor

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    In my experience postage stamps were too large a job for that printer but that's just me (and thousands of other disgruntled Color Camm owners)
     
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