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Roland ColorCamm PC-12

Discussion in 'Roland' started by greeter896, Apr 13, 2006.

  1. greeter896

    greeter896 Member

    Feb 28, 2006
    Does anyone have an opinion on the Roland ColorCamm PC-12. I plan to use it for printing Decals and Tranfers. Please give me your opinion.


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  2. Jackpine

    Jackpine Major Contributor


    A Colorcamm 600 is a better bet. They have a ribbon saving feature. The print head has to be cleaned after every print job. It is an easy procedure. The cost per sq foot is high but it does print good. Print head replacements are $500 plus shipping. You can print and cut frome Corel. I had one and it gave me "value add" graphics for small format jobs. Cost is $5 to $7 per sq foot for vinyl and print ribbons. Prints on Colorprint transfer for **** transfer. Prints on a wide variaty of vinyls. I had one for over 3 years...head went bad ...had the head replaced and then I sold it. Got a PrintTech 36 ( Mutoh). The best vinyl for this printer is ShineRite from Fellers.
  3. Jackpine

    Jackpine Major Contributor

    For SHIRT TRANSFERS not sh*t transfers.Thanks for the proof reading Dale. I'm glad you are'nt wasting your education like I am. You and I were in school during the 50's,60's and 70's that's why were ... "hoocked on fonects". "Dale aka SignsByDale, Laminator ByHand, TheBig Squeegee.

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