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new versacamm

Discussion in 'Roland' started by mrsticker, Nov 4, 2004.

  1. mrsticker

    mrsticker New Member

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    just got my new sp-300 today and it worked great right out of the box...I was without a plotter for about 6 days due to the sale of my color camm so I had a pile of jobs to get out right away...I couldnt help but to see how a large graphic looked scanned from a small image so I took a small photo of my son racing BMX and scanned it @600 dpi and blew it up to fit on a small section of his bedroom wall...about 47" x 96"...printed the graphic at low resolution 360 x720 and it printed in 2 panels with 1 seam aprox down the middle. Each panel took about 25 minutes to print and it applied easily on the wall...needless to say I am very happy with the purchase

    Mike
     
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    mrsticker New Member

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    forgot to attach

    attached is the photo
     

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  3. ChiknNutz

    ChiknNutz Major Contributor

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    VERY COOL! I am still wrestling with getting one of these bad boys. Did you get or do you plan to get a laminator as well?
     
  4. mrsticker

    mrsticker New Member

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    next purchase

    looking at laminators now....unsure which one but yes I will be getting one in the near future

    Mike
     
  5. flexiezine

    flexiezine Member

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    Keep in mind, a larger VersaCamm is coming soon if not already available... 54" CMYK Eco-Sol Print/Cut from Roland... Probably priced around $19k.

    As for laminators, I would recommend a GBC Protech laminator... I have installed and used the Artic Titan 165 and loved it... very well built and a rep from GBC even helped with the install, onsite. A little on the expensive side but well worth the investment if you plan on laminating on a daily or even every other day schedule.

    Check pricing at http://www.jsisign.com/products/arctic_titan_165.html
     
  6. rsantos97

    rsantos97 Member

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    Wow that came out great. That gives me an idea to try out.
     
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