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Inkbased printer suggestions

Discussion in 'Newbie Forum' started by Luke Burrowes, Jan 31, 2019.

  1. Luke Burrowes

    Luke Burrowes New Member

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    Hello all,

    Currently, I work for a municipalities sign shop where we make street signs primarily/some custom stuff for city events. We have been looking at buying something like the TrafficJet which would give the city an ability to print all sorts of event signage/banners and possibly vehicle wraps.

    I am using an Ioline IS-130 that is...in need of replacing sooner than later. The only two inkbased printers I've really found are the TrafficJet and the Roland VG-540 but really have no in depth knowledge of pros or cons to them.

    Any suggestions or recommendations on what anyone thinks would work best is appreciated!
     
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    P Wagner Very Active Member

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    If you are looking for permanent, warranted traffic signs with up to 15 years outdoor durability and anti-graffiti properties, then TrafficJet is the system you are looking for. Many DOT's in the US already use this system due to it's versatility, warranties and service provided.
     
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