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Need Help Latex Model Purchase Comparison

Discussion in 'Hewlett Packard' started by Aaron Mulka, Oct 29, 2018.

  1. Aaron Mulka

    Aaron Mulka New Member

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    New to latex... I have used Roland exclusively for the past 13 years and am now going out on my own. I am interested in purchasing a latex, looking for some recommendations or opinions about the different models, the old L26500 is more within my budget and I was just wondering what are the major differences in this model and the newer ones, (compared to the 310, 330 or 360). thx guys!
     
  2. Christian @ 2CT Media

    Christian @ 2CT Media Major Contributor

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    If you are looking at a 2 series just get a 115 and add a take up reel or better yet a 315 and save yourself some headaches. The 2 series will be completely discontinued within the next 18-24months so its not worth jumping in with that machine.
     
  3. BigfishDM

    BigfishDM Merchant Member

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    This will help you.
     

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  4. Asuma01

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    If you get a used 2 series printer it will most likely have a bunch of parts that will need replacing. Heater elements specifically. And its a major pita to replace them.
     
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  5. flyplainsdrifta

    flyplainsdrifta Active Member

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    absolutely go 3gen. as 2ct says, they will be discoing all parts, ink, and heads from 1 and 2 gen printers. if you want your printer to last you at least 5 years, you're going to have to go 3rd gen out of necessity.
     
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