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    OKI White new or used?

    Iím considering an OKI white but not sure if Iím going for a new or used printer.

    Any advice either way?

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    Which ever one you go for make sure you get a RIP program, its invaluable. You cannot work properly without it. If it the Forever RIP then you can rasterise the logo without the need of doing it in Photoshop.
    I bought my new Oki 8234 last August and since then Ive printed around 250 sweats, t-shirts etc. The 1,000 pounds you might save buying second hand will be made up through lack of training and support if you buy new. ( My opinion).

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    Yup, there is a lot of learning to do. Magic Touch will probably train you on use of their WOW papers even if you didn't buy their machine, BUT - then you wouldn't have their SPACECONTROL rip .... so would need to buy....
    Magic Touch offer great tech support & training, because they want you to be successful & use a lot of their papers.
    The user changeable parts, toner/fusers/transfer belt, fuser unit are really costly, so second hand, you may need to buy a lot of consumables really soon, - which could almost add upto the cost of new anyhow... and without the training !
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    Thanks Earl Smith & logobear. Looking like a call to The Magic Touch for a new one. I’ve bought equipment from them in the past & the service has been great since.

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