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    Quote Originally Posted by BERNARDS View Post
    Should have added we have Kornit Avalanche great results on dark garments.
    Thanks for your Offer , We have a DTG in house . We need a Embroidery as we get asked lot of times and handy to have a one I thought .tks

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    I'm happy with my 2 PR brother machines, everything Earl says about the time is true. There are a lot of lockdown bargains out there where people purchased machines and now they are going back to their real job, they are looking to sell of the machines they bought during lockdown having not made the fortune they thought. You will get a newish PR670 for around 3.7-4K cheap enough to have a play, will come with the PE software - easy to use think corel draw. If it does not work for you, sell it. It is a steep learning curve, but I have enjoyed the challenge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrs maggot View Post
    I'm happy with my 2 PR brother machines, everything Earl says about the time is true. There are a lot of lockdown bargains out there where people purchased machines and now they are going back to their real job, they are looking to sell of the machines they bought during lockdown having not made the fortune they thought. You will get a newish PR670 for around 3.7-4K cheap enough to have a play, will come with the PE software - easy to use think corel draw. If it does not work for you, sell it. It is a steep learning curve, but I have enjoyed the challenge.
    Thanks for your reply , I was nearly going to buy a new Meloco and endup buying a Ricoma new , I know not that good recomandations about ricoma but lot of supporting vedios etc and better price , wanted a bit of a industrial machine too .Still waiting it to be delivered tho .I know its a completly different thing but looking forward to it .Good thing is we get 2 days training for machine and support and this is the only reason I went for a brand new one ..thanks again

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    I am enjoying the embroidery so much, I am going to get rid of a lot of my T shirt vinyl bits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrs maggot View Post
    I am enjoying the embroidery so much, I am going to get rid of a lot of my T shirt vinyl bits.
    How you digitise ?. Do you outsource ? How about simple things ?. cant we do simple things by our selves . I wouldn’t have a free digitising softwear so thinking of buying a digitising software for small jobs so anything you recommend ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravisteam View Post
    How you digitise ?. Do you outsource ? How about simple things ?. cant we do simple things by our selves . I wouldn’t have a free digitising softwear so thinking of buying a digitising software for small jobs so anything you recommend ?
    I use PE Design, there are lots of different softwares out there, but this does enough for me at the moment, some really complex designs I outsource, but most of it I now do myself, it is a learning curve, but if you use Corel or similar you will find it all strangely familiar.
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