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Switching to Jet Best Ink???

Discussion in 'Roland' started by KevSign, Apr 23, 2008.

  1. KevSign

    KevSign Member

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    I want to switch to Jet Best ink anyone using jetbest, I need more input.

    I call couple people using Jetbest they like the color gammut and they said better than Triangle MLD ink. Only problem they getting are ink too quick to dry and clean print every day or every couple banners. I going to meet them tomorrow and see demo ink test.

    Ink cost from $69-$99 per litter.

    Thanks

    Kevsign
     
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  2. ChiknNutz

    ChiknNutz Major Contributor

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    Never heard of them...more info?
     
  3. SirSlarty

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    My Fellers rep was in the other day explaining that JetBest looks the same and lasts longer but voids the warranty. That's all I know.
     
  4. Flame

    Flame Major Contributor

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    Why play with fire.... stick with OEM, that's my opinion. I tried an aftermarket ink company and lost thousands. Doubt I'd do it again...
     
  5. KevSign

    KevSign Member

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    Flame, what was the ink you use before? I dont think that was Triangle. The Traingle ink very good, my roland machine used triangle first day purchase. Paid $149 per liter

    Jet Best from Taiwan website www.jetbestusa.com

    I am not Jet Best sale, I just want research before I use their ink.
     
  6. Dave L.

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    I would find out how quickly a service tech can get you up and running if your lines need replacing...... Before you try third party inks
     
  7. chopper

    chopper Very Active Member

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    I use alta ink listed at the bottom of the page, plug and play no changing of profiles etc, and they are made here in the usa I dont know if they have bulk systems yet you will have to check//chopper
     
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