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    We do outsource some for laser cutting too though

    We do outsource some for laser cutting too though
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    We have a lever metal guillotine, as well as a...

    We have a lever metal guillotine, as well as a 24"shear/brake/roll we use for cutting aluminium.
  3. We had the 44" rotary and 44" printer for ages,...

    We had the 44" rotary and 44" printer for ages, and upgraded the press to 63" and for years used it with the 44" printer ... you can feed multiple small pieces alongside each other, also more gets...
  4. There's a 44" one on ebay, with feed in table ......

    There's a 44" one on ebay, with feed in table ... ho bigger than you need, as then open up future options for upgrading the printer to go wider. The ebay one is a HeatJet 44 which RASmart are the...
  5. Depending on if you're just talking about the...

    Depending on if you're just talking about the economy of upfront costs, or the total in terms of man hours and electric costs .... If you're printing fabrics, then a rotary press is a more efficient...
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    You're welcome! Glad to hear.

    You're welcome!
    Glad to hear.
  7. Thread: Bubble wrap

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    We use https://www.ukpackaging.com/ and...

    We use
    https://www.ukpackaging.com/
    and
    https://www.packaging2buy.co.uk/
    for out stock/off the shelf packaging stuff
  8. Yeah, if you're flagged as having too many late...

    Yeah, if you're flagged as having too many late orders, they take you off until you've caught up.
  9. Thread: Mug Shortage

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    Our RM collections guy (well one of them - we had...

    Our RM collections guy (well one of them - we had 5 collections today) said that the depot at Darlington did three times its normal capacity yesterday/last night.
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    We get daily collections ... they won't collect...

    We get daily collections ... they won't collect without the manifest. Having the small stuff already sorted into sacks makes keeping everything together at our end easier, and saves a process at the...
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    We have to bag into 24 or 48 for what fits in the...

    We have to bag into 24 or 48 for what fits in the sacks. and an end of day manifest - this is for business account though - there is no manifest for C&D on a personal account
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    We use the free labels for so much - including...

    We use the free labels for so much - including labelling boxes in the warehouse, the warehouse shelves, for scrap note paper
    The free clear adhesive envelopes we also use for keeping bits of orders...
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    Yes, you'd need to buy labels if you don't have...

    Yes, you'd need to buy labels if you don't have an RM business account, but you then don't have ink costs, and will save time just peeling and sticking labels, compared to cutting out and faffing...
  14. It's actually HP's Latex 300 printer repurposed...

    It's actually HP's Latex 300 printer repurposed for sublimation
  15. 6442⁶ Here she is We haven't got carboard...

    6442⁶
    Here she is

    We haven't got carboard tubes yet for using the take-up reel, so this is a table in front of her we're putting the cut transfers on.
    Anyone got supplier details for 63" long /...
  16. Worked out that all the transfers it printed last...

    Worked out that all the transfers it printed last night (2000-0100) would have taken the best part of a week on the 9600 if just running 0900-1700!
  17. Expensive = yes! Although we did get 30% Funding...

    Expensive = yes!
    Although we did get 30% Funding from local authority/Europe

    Although more expensive outlay than an equivalent Epson, they don't have £1000-2000 expensive print heads to replace...
  18. HP Stitch S300 64" sublimation printer - I Bought it!!!

    A few weeks/months back I mentioned that HP had managed to develop sublimation ink that work in their bubble jet heads ... We bought one, and it was delivered to us on Tuesday this week.
    I gave up...
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    Zebra printer with RM account, free labels, no...

    Zebra printer with RM account, free labels, no ink costs.
    You also get the adhesive document wallets free from RM, and cable ties as already mentioned,
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    Zebra GK420D or ZP450 Just USB, not WiFi as...

    Zebra GK420D or ZP450
    Just USB, not WiFi as standard, but there are WiFi versions, but much more cost.
    If you want to use the free labels from Royal Mail then these are definitely the models to...
  21. Don't turn it on - it needs to be dry first,...

    Don't turn it on - it needs to be dry first, otherwise it could go bang - best to wait until you know where you stand with the insurance. Best case scenario is the insurance buys you a new one, and...
  22. Are these the same type of tea towel we bought...

    Are these the same type of tea towel we bought from you - tried one as a test through the rotary press and it kinda melted! what temp are you doing them at?
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    Yes - some will auto adjust their tension, others...

    Yes - some will auto adjust their tension, others you need to get a spanner out
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    You will get better results, and a more efficient...

    You will get better results, and a more efficient work flow with a rotary/calendar press - you can still print pieces through it, not just on the roll - stick it in, and it rolls through, while you...
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    Agreed - even when we're doing glass coasters -...

    Agreed - even when we're doing glass coasters - 180C for 240 seconds if one coaster of 12
    We try and always do then in 12s as more efficient on staff/machine time
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