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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinsfan View Post
    Very lucky Paul. On other forums and speaking to engineers this is not recommended with solvent printers. It maybe that the BN-20 print head is different but for wide format solvent printers I wouldn’t like to leave it for more than a couple of days without at least doing some kind of printing.


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    I never had any other eco-solvent printer so can't comment. But before I was gon on holiday, I spoked to my Roland engineer who services my printer. he told me as long as the printer is hooked up to main, I have nothing to worry about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul View Post
    hi,
    I have one.
    My question is - is your client database is so large that machine will slow you down?
    and can you afford larger and faster model?
    if yes, go for the large and quick machine. If you just starting out and planning to use occasionally but often enough to justify having it than BN20 is the answer. I am quite a busy man this day but bn20 is still plenty enough for me and my customer's needs.
    Thanks Paul, that makes sense. I won't be taking over the world anytime soon and only just starting to diversify from sublimation.

    I've taken the plunge and purchased a used (but in full working order) BN-20. It's coming with a log of MDP hot flex t-shirt transfer vinyl & mask. I'll post an update with the first test :)

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    Did you see it working? Did you see a nozzle check print?


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    Equipment used A4 Ricoh printer, HP3085 Heat Press Graphtec cutter, Jarin mug press, CJV 30-60 solvent printer and lots of help from DSF.

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    OK so the nozzle check pattern looked very disappointing. I thought that maybe I had bought a lemon, however, a replacement cap top, wipers and a 24 hour head soak with the power off and hey presto, it's a worker. It may just have been left switched off for a while. Test prints look spot on. I'll get some pics up and run some tests this weekend :)

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