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    My Epson 1500w (which is basically the same as...

    My Epson 1500w (which is basically the same as the L1800) is currently on 7000+ A3+ prints. I usually get 8-9000 prints out of each one before it starts to struggle, which is about what Epson...
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    Good enough, but a lot will depend how many...

    Good enough, but a lot will depend how many programs you want open at the same time. If you want to run photoshop, video software, vector software and a printer RIPall at once then it might slow up a...
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    https://www.novachrome.co.uk/product/swing-head-pr...

    https://www.novachrome.co.uk/product/swing-head-press-deep-impact-a3/
    http://www.pressmech.co.uk/online/index.php/our-machines/product/view/1/1
    https://www.hobkirk.co.uk/pressmech-a3-bag-press
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    Your experience of printing mugs vastly outstrips...

    Your experience of printing mugs vastly outstrips theirs - MDP are only wholesalers, not printers.
    Stand by your convictions and your experience and create a bigger fuss. If they don't offer a...
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    My kettle does that sometimes, usually because...

    My kettle does that sometimes, usually because there is moisture in the base. Have you checked that your problem isn't as simple as a bit of damp in the mechanism or the plug?
  6. Thread: printer advice

    by pw66
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    The Epson L1800 sells for about £800, so as you...

    The Epson L1800 sells for about £800, so as you are quoting £1500 I am assuming that you are asking about DTF printers? That is really bottom end entry level for DTF printing. It will get you in the...
  7. Thread: wholesale prices

    by pw66
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    When I wholesale garments to trade customers I...

    When I wholesale garments to trade customers I let them supply the garments and I just charge my regular printing price. That means I still get my usual price for the work without having to offer...
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    I have just received a £12 cash payout letter...

    I have just received a £12 cash payout letter from the Post Office, in response to my complaint!!!

    Guess it is worth complaining, sometimes.
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    Are your RGB values set at 0,0,0? Sometimes if...

    Are your RGB values set at 0,0,0? Sometimes if you are converting from cmyk you are not getting a true black.
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    What I need is a transparent version of Hi 5! ...

    What I need is a transparent version of Hi 5!

    It is such an efficient use or time to relabel at 5 secs hot peel. It is literally done in the time I would be watching the sublimation timer tick...
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    In relation to my original question it is...

    In relation to my original question it is specifically for when I rebrand fluorescent garments which are harder to match than most other colours.

    I am currently using Siser Hi 5, and matching the...
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    Plus one for sublinova. Doesn't cost much more...

    Plus one for sublinova. Doesn't cost much more than own brand and above else you get consistancy from one supplier to the next.
    Great colours too, and doesn't clog the printheads if you don't print...
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    Transparent printable HTV

    Any one know of a good clear printable HTV, other than TMT Soldark or Siser products? (both apply at too high a temperature, so no good for me)

    I need these for neck label for polyester...
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    Are you talking about small format/desktop...

    Are you talking about small format/desktop printers?
    HP printers (and Canon) have the wrong type of printheads to be used for sublimation. They use 'Thermal' printheads that don't work well with...
  15. Thread: At my wits end!!!

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    Has the paper got damp.

    Has the paper got damp.
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    They are slowly talking themselves out of a job....

    They are slowly talking themselves out of a job.
    My local office has just started closing at 4pm, which is a pain.
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    As far as I understand it the local postmaster in...

    As far as I understand it the local postmaster in the smaller branches is likely to be a franchisee and will benfit from turnover. It is to their advantage to charge as much as they can get away...
  18. Never used one, but I remember that the earlier...

    Never used one, but I remember that the earlier generation of Brother 'a3' printers were only rated as a3 capable for occasional use.

    If you think that you will need regular a3 printing it will be...
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    I am thinking of doing that. The only thing that...

    I am thinking of doing that. The only thing that has stopped me is that I only send out a handful of smaller packages a week - the rest is larger and goes with DPD.
    It is a shame. The PO is on my...
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    Royal Mail/ Post Office overcharging

    I send a regular mail out of printed t-shirt samples via Royal Mail, either as a proof requested by customers or as an unsolicited promo item. These have always been sent by Royal Mail as a 'large...
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    Never used Apple devices (since 1987!) but I...

    Never used Apple devices (since 1987!) but I understand that there is an ongoing issue with Mac o/s not recognising custom ICC profiles. Ink Experts state so on their own website.
  22. Thread: P&p 2022?

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    'bout right. P&P didn't help themselves by...

    'bout right.

    P&P didn't help themselves by moving to later in the year, when a lot of us are getting busier post Xmas.
  23. Thread: P&p 2022?

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    6899 That is as good an image as it...

    6899
    That is as good an image as it gets.:biggrin:
    I agree with you about the website - it doesn't match the quality of the products sold.

    I also agree about P&P needing a rethink. Do we really...
  24. Thread: P&p 2022?

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    Aside from DTF the only thing I would have liked...

    Aside from DTF the only thing I would have liked to have seen the new Pressmech linear twin platen press, but it wasn't enough to make me go.
    Did anyone get a look at it? The only image on the PM...
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    Just can't face the NEC, and all the expense and...

    Just can't face the NEC, and all the expense and hassle. Maybe if there was a smaller show at Olympia I would have thought differently.

    I was going to go, to look at DTF machines, but had the...
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