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Need new Ink supplier, who do u use?

Discussion in 'Digital Printing' started by Phil Swanson, Aug 7, 2019.

  1. Phil Swanson

    Phil Swanson Premium Subscriber

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    I recently lost my supplier for ink due to that they are only going to sell the 440 ml size of Eco-Sol inks for my Raland SP300.

    Due to space limitations the 440 size stick out way too far and I'm afraid that I'll hit them and damage something. I have to squeeze past them all the time to change vinyl.

    So I am looking for a supplier that still carries the 220 ml size inks.

    Suggestions? Thanks in advance!
     
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  2. E Coloney

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    I'm satisfied with ATLAS SCREEN SUPPLY for 220 mo Eco-Sol ink. Reasonable pricing and GREAT service/response. Read up on their site for direct replacement (no flushing required). Their site appears primarily oriented toward screen printing so you need to search for Roland Supplies: https://www.atlasscreensupply.com/store/c/48-Roland-Supplies.aspx
     
  3. ivangeer

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    i use ink imported from gernany. i use this on my sp300v and vs540i. i ghave been using this for 3 years now. never had any problems, fhe price is very good. www.easy-inks.de is the site.
     
  4. d fleming

    d fleming Very Active Member

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    Nazdar
     
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  6. Eduardo Massuda

    Eduardo Massuda New Member

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    Phil,
    I would stick with 440cc size OEM, build a aluminum, housing
    And work around the space problem.

    Mixing the inks chemistry, may gell in the heads
    And you will have a premature fail.

    Specially if usage is low.... mean minimal ink flow in the heads.

    Or if you really consider moving forward.
    Clean the 4 lines with fluid flush.... after pass the filters
    Also replace the filters. (4).

    I know matter of fact switch from oem to nazdar.
    And low uaage.... it did gel in the head and lines after the caps.
    Had to replace a head, Busted pump with clogged hoses.

    I have SP300V , SP540V, latex 335, sold SC540, EFI 650H, scitex FB550, Epson T7270, HP500ps

    Just a FYI , heads up if that happens.
    Ed.
     
  7. Phil Swanson

    Phil Swanson Premium Subscriber

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    OK, thanks for the info. I ended up with a Signs 101 merchant who has helped me in the past. Solventinkjet had the 220 size that I needed at a few dollars less than I was paying.

    I decided long ago to stick with OEM inks to steer clear of any clogging issues.
     
  8. nate

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