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New Printer Advice

Discussion in 'User Product Reviews' started by bigdarr, Sep 27, 2018.

  1. bigdarr

    bigdarr New Member

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    We are looking to get a new Flatbed Printer that will print primarly on MDF. We don't need a roller but it needs to have white ink.

    We want to bring on MDF boards that could be as small as a 3" x 3" to 24" x 48" and would have jigs built.

    Any advice would be much appreciated!
     
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    AKwrapguy Active Member

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    Look at UV printers or the new HP R series.
     
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  3. Jun Lanon

    Jun Lanon Member

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    You'll be blown away with overall quality and speed. Flatbed can print up to 4 inches thick material. Prints CMYK with the option of white and varnish. If speed with high quality is what you're looking for, there's an option of making it a double row, meaning CMYKWV times 2. Also, when buying a printer, research for tech support as well.
     
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