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Moving an HP L25500 Printer

Discussion in 'General Chit-Chat' started by Subysti, May 17, 2019.

  1. Subysti

    Subysti New Member

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    Hello all, New to all this so I will make this quick. Purchased a used but working HP L25500 to get started doing vehicle graphics. Doing powersports, ATV, motorcycles, sled and the like. Tried using the desktop inkjets and found out the hard way that latex is a must as a minimum. I know its old and discontinued but hoping to get a few months out of it to upgrade to something newer. My question is in moving it from its current owner to my place. I see its over 400lbs so I'm wondering if it can be disassembled somehow so 2 people can move it. Do the rollers come off, heaters, the stand, etc etc? Issue is it will have to go down a flight of stairs and in to a truck without a liftgate. thanks
     
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  2. 2CT Media

    2CT Media Very Active Member

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    You can remove the stand, everything else requires opening the case ends.

    I would second guess buying a L25, there is no consumables available other than 3rd party inks. Unless it's free its not worth anything.
     
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  3. Subysti

    Subysti New Member

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    OK I canceled getting the HP after seeing how hard it is to find supplies for it. Thanks for the info. Now looking at some Mutoh Value Jets.
     
  4. buffalocanvas

    buffalocanvas New Member

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    I have a HP L260 for sale if interested, newer generation than the L25500.
     
  5. Subysti

    Subysti New Member

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    Well that would be nice except you're at least 6 hours away and moving that beast would take a few people. What is the condition of the printer and price?
     
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