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Mimaki JV3-75SPII is it worth to buy?

Discussion in 'Mimaki' started by anozira02, Aug 28, 2009.

  1. anozira02

    anozira02 Member

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    Have a chance to buy this printer only 2 years in service,,,any idea what it's worth and would it be a good thing to have?
     
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  2. bella

    bella Member

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    It's a lovely piece of kit. What you need to know is that the heads are in good condition. New heads are expensive. The printer is solvent which means it will print in or out. In the UK this machine sells for a round £3000 to £4000 in very good condition. Hope this helps you.:thumb:
     
  3. dman0427

    dman0427 Member

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    31.88" printable... if that works for you then okay.
     
  4. insignia

    insignia Very Active Member

    Good machine but imo you will regret the size. Once you start offering digital printing you'll be amazed how much you want/need the larger size. Don't buy it just to buy it, make sure you have the need for it, and then buy the proper machine/size for that need. Buy bigger/more machine than your current needs to allow for future growth.
     
  5. particleman

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    There are a lot of 54" (130) machines floating around I would pay the 1-2k more for one instead. You will be much better off, same machine just wider.
     
  6. artaddict

    artaddict New Member

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    Seems like we are on the same boat...I am also checking up on these machines... I guess this is the one on e-bay. Looks good . I also understand the point about buying a larger size...
     
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