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pnc 5000 opinions

Discussion in 'Roland' started by belongie, Mar 26, 2007.

  1. belongie

    belongie Member

    Feb 27, 2007
    I have found a roland pnc 5000 for sale for $800. Is this a fair price? Is it a good machine? I have never printed before. I don't have all the details yet (how much it was used, etc...). Sorry, total nube here. Any comments would be appreciated.
  2. Jackpine

    Jackpine Major Contributor

    A very, very old technology. It was the first thermal printer Roland had in the US that I know of. I went to see it at SignOutlet and passed on it then. It sold for $5,000 new. If it cuts vinyl, it could be worth a look. It is a 20" cutter like the PNC1000. It has a stepper motor is kind of slow and makes "cool" sounds as it cuts. I think Roland reto fitted a 1000 to print and cut. Printed at 360 dpi that was good quality. The cartridges came CYM and a CYMK. Good luck.

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