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where can we get the syringe and those small tube lines?

Discussion in 'Mutoh' started by exclusivesigns90, Oct 28, 2007.

  1. exclusivesigns90

    exclusivesigns90 Member

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    where exactly do you guys get the syringe and those small tube lines to suck out the ink out of the machine??

    wal mart , somebody had told me at maybe an aquarium place sorry for the stupid questions???
     
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  2. stickerguynyc

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    maybe pharmacy or hospital. Go to the doctor and ask for some.. bring a metal cutter to cut the neddle that way they don't think you are using them to do drug
     
  3. Ken

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    I was also going to suggest a pharmacy. YOu could also try a local plastics place..they use them for glue.
    Ken
     
  4. Flame

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    I got mine from a local pharmacy. Available at the counter for $0.25 each. Just buy a bunch of them and keep them on hand.
     
  5. Techman

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    I dont know of any pharmacy selling the larger flushing types for a quarter..

    I have a large number of the 30 ML or 1 oz size. Reusable and fully functional. Professional not toys. They are about 3.5" long and about 3/4' diameter, I sell them for $5.10 bux each plus shipping,, They have the lure lock end that fits many systems. The encad fitting fit perfectly.
    PM me if you want some
     
  6. bob

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    Any feed store or farm supply store.
     
  7. GARY CULY

    GARY CULY Active Member

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    tractor supply here in the east [maryland]..farm and fleet most other places ...there syriges for animals..cows ,horses ,etc ...i got a couple big ones ...the end fits in the damper on my mimaki and sucks ink through...
     
  8. Flame

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    Nope. Not the pro types. I have a brake bleed kit that works like a charm (keeps a steady pump going into a 500cc container) but for quick pump action I just got all around syringes. Nothing fancy, just el-cheapo ones.
     
  9. Compilla

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    Your Dealer should have a "Syringe Kit " available. I got mine from a Roland reseller.

    Since Thanks Giving it is around the corner you can easily get a flavor injector syringe anywhere and that should work also.


    Good Luck!
     
  10. fozzyber

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    Try your local hobby shop.....
     
  11. exclusivesigns90

    exclusivesigns90 Member

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    thanks for all your help guys
     
  12. VinylCraft

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    Fleet Farm Horse section.
     
  13. Jackpine

    Jackpine Major Contributor

    Ditto. They are cheap too.
     
  14. bighun

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    I bought some solvent resistant tubing on eBay from a seller called solventinksonline, good stuff. Bought a pump from him too. Never tried the inks though, too wary. Fits perfect with this syringe I got from Wal-mart that is made for injecting turkeys for deep frying. It had grooves to screw on a needle, just filed them down and slid the tubing right over.
     
  15. eforer

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    Not the cheapest, but McMaster Carr has all the syringe and tubing stuff you'll need.
     
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