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Pc-60

Discussion in 'Roland' started by yurissigns, Mar 22, 2007.

  1. yurissigns

    yurissigns New Member

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    We're currently using pnc-1060 but were looking to purchase a PC-60. We would be printing on vinyl mainly. My question though is how does the pc-60 stack up to other roland products? Please let me know your experiences with it if at all possible. Thanks!

    Sean
     
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  2. Charlie J

    Charlie J Very Active Member

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    I've got a pc-600 and its great when its working. The printer has issues with the print head in that its very fragile... you need to keep it extremely clean or you can expect to pay $750 for a new print head...(happened to me). The ink costs are much hight than ink costs of an versacamm. But if you plan on buying a used versacamm you can expect to pay twice as much as you might pay for a used colorcamm. But if you really arent looking to spend alot then you might be better off getting a colorcamm. Although the ink costs are higher with a colorcamm, its still a nice printer if the print head is in good shape. If not...dont bother...stick to overlay
     
  3. Techman

    Techman Major Contributor

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    its old dead technology, it get discussed on this board on a weekly basis.

    It was less than stellar when it was first introduced..
     
  4. mladams7259

    mladams7259 Very Active Member

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    STAY AWAY! They are not worth the agony and grief it will cause you. This is coming from experience.
     
  5. yurissigns

    yurissigns New Member

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    Thanks guys!

    I'm glad there are some knowledgable people on here to help out.
     

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