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    I think the Govt. underestimated how much of the...

    I think the Govt. underestimated how much of the value of UK exports to the EU comes from 'retail' items, and how price sensitive retail is.
    It is all very well and high falutin to consider...
  2. Thread: That Issue Again

    by pw66
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    MDP usually put the invoice in with the delivery...

    MDP usually put the invoice in with the delivery note attached to the front of the consignment. If you have mised it you can download from their website.
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    Don't know how the quality compares to the...

    Don't know how the quality compares to the Kariban one you found. I have used some 280g SG hoodies, and found them to be much better quality than the similar priced Gildan items. Never used the 320g...
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    Isn't this the same one? Big difference in price...

    Isn't this the same one? Big difference in price - £17 uk.
    https://www.falk-ross.eu/en/Products/Hoods-Jog-Pants/Men-s-Full-Zip-Urban-Hoodie.html?shp=1&lang=1
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    BTC ( Falk and Ross in EU)...

    BTC ( Falk and Ross in EU)
    https://www.btcactivewear.co.uk/store/index.pl?submit=View_ITEM&sfn_spc=SG28&SearchSortOrder=6&SearchMaxResults=0&SearchType=Browse&BrL=4&BrP=515&BrR=519

    Papini do one...
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    Rules of Origin relates to where the goods are...

    Rules of Origin relates to where the goods are made, not the country where they were bought. Any duty and vat will be applied by UK Customs, not the EU. To the best of my knowledge HMRC are very...
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    I have had very few problems with it. As with any...

    I have had very few problems with it. As with any vinyl you need to work it quite hard with the squeegee to activate the adhesive in cold conditions.
    Has it been hanging around in the workshop for a...
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    I hope so, but I am a bit worried about the...

    I hope so, but I am a bit worried about the 'rules of origin'. If I buy a Bangladeshi made garment from my Italian wholesaler will it be subject to duty because it isn't EU made?
    The same applies to...
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    At least we can go back to driving on the left...

    At least we can go back to driving on the left hand side of the road again, and we will be able to buy beer by the pint.:wink:
    Oh! wait... we always could.
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    Probably more use as a retail line, with a slogan...

    Probably more use as a retail line, with a slogan or for cafes with a logo, than as a custom printed personalised product.
    Any coffee shops or restuarants on your client list?
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    The surcharge applied by TNT etc is for their...

    The surcharge applied by TNT etc is for their admin charges for processing the parcel through customs. They will then invoice you for your local vat and any other charges applied by the local customs.
  12. Thanks Justin. That just about sums up my current...

    Thanks Justin. That just about sums up my current system.
    I am looking to upgrade my 4gb i3, bought just over 9 years ago. Works fine but is a bit slow with multiple programs working at the same...
  13. Flexibility. Portability. Personal choice. I...

    Flexibility.
    Portability.
    Personal choice.
    I work from home when I can.
    The above benefits outweigh the extra cost.
    If I couldn't afford £700 for a once a decade purchase I wouldn't bother being...
  14. Any reason why I shouldn't consider AMD processor over Intel?

    Looking for a new laptop, and everything I have had before has used Intel processors. A lot of the stuff I am looking at has AMD Ryzen processors, and I know nothing about them, apart that laptops...
  15. It has been about 15 years since I last imported...

    It has been about 15 years since I last imported anything (apart from the EU), and I seem to remember there being separate charges for the customs clearance, port handling (bonded warehouse) fees and...
  16. Cost of clearing EU goods through UK customs post Brexit.

    Now that a trade deal has been announced I am in the process of working out the costs of importing from my EU suppliers, prior to changing my website prices.
    Although there is no duty payable, there...
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    You don't need a Ciss with eco tank printers, so...

    You don't need a Ciss with eco tank printers, so unless you are conerting an existing printer stay clear of them.
    Paper depends on what you a printing onto (the substrate). Whatever you use will...
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    What is your budget? The 'best' is probably...

    What is your budget? The 'best' is probably something like the Epson L805, which is a 6 colour photo printer, set up with good ink such as Inktec Sublinova. There are cheaper options but most are of...
  19. Thread: Sefa heat presses

    by pw66
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    Do you find it a problem when printing garments?...

    Do you find it a problem when printing garments? I wouldn't want to slow the process down by using tape for garments.
  20. Thread: Sefa heat presses

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    Sefa look mighty impresive, I like the lookof the...

    Sefa look mighty impresive, I like the lookof the fully auto twin plate.
    Problem is that magnetic auto open is not always good for sublimation. The press can open with a jolt that causes the...
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    Very expensive.

    Very expensive.
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    I have put the purchase back until the new year....

    I have put the purchase back until the new year. The print samples that the Mimaki distributor (Hybrid Services) sent me didn't wash well - I have now sorted the problem to my satisfaction.

    What...
  23. Thread: Customers

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    You have my sympathy. After nearly 30 years in...

    You have my sympathy.
    After nearly 30 years in retail I grew to detest the general public, which is why walked away and started a printing business.
    Much happier now, only dealing with business and...
  24. Screwfix sell a good range of extractors. An...

    Screwfix sell a good range of extractors. An inline one costs about £60, or one for over the cooker costs about £50. Both extract about 300 cubic metres an hour. Get some flexible ducting to lob out...
  25. Thread: Pricing advice

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    I think I got my maths wrong - I was working on...

    I think I got my maths wrong - I was working on 100cm x 9cm for some reason, so only about 1 square metre. My bad.
    £60 would be a good mark up (60p each) - vinyl and laminate are about £1 sq/m each...
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