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    Can anyone tell me the measurements of sp300v

    Iím making room for the printer but need a few measurements.


    Height: floor to bottom of printer clearance left hand side.
    Height: as above but right hand side to bottom of waste ink bottle.
    I have a worktop Iím not sure if I need to remove or if the printer will sit just above it.

    Width is 2100mm I believe or there abouts + inks 2500mm ish?

    many thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrteajunkie View Post
    I’m making room for the printer but need a few measurements.


    Height: floor to bottom of printer clearance left hand side.
    Height: as above but right hand side to bottom of waste ink bottle.
    I have a worktop I’m not sure if I need to remove or if the printer will sit just above it.

    Width is 2100mm I believe or there abouts + inks 2500mm ish?

    many thanks.

    Found this on my old laptop. Can't upload as full pdf as file size exceeds limits.
    Roland-SPi-Series(2)-2-1.jpg

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    I have the spec sheet pdf from Roland with the same Info but it only shows total height not height to bottom of machine.

    Hard to explain but I have a worksurface where the printer is going to live which will need to be cut down by about 40cm, I may or may not need to cut down It all depends if the printer sits above the surface or not.

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    Will it be usable without a stand? The media is very bulky and access to the back of the machine might be needed to load full rolls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pw66 View Post
    Will it be usable without a stand? The media is very bulky and access to the back of the machine might be needed to load full rolls.
    See it's confusing lol.

    It's on a stand and staying on a stand.. but imagine a kitchen worktop and the end of the worktop you have an empty space that's 2m wide and then a wall.
    The printer is 2.4m wide so will I need to remove some worktop to fit or will the printer sit just above it.

    Does that make sense??
    So I need to know the height of the stand really from the bottom of the wheels to the top of the stand.

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    Could you remove the wheels and put some small lifting blocks or something underneath to raise it above the worktop rather than chop the worktop? Maybe if you have to load from the rear wouldn't work
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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin View Post
    Could you remove the wheels and put some small lifting blocks or something underneath to raise it above the worktop rather than chop the worktop? Maybe if you have to load from the rear wouldn't work
    This exactly.

    as it’s against a wall and a rear loading machine it would be a nightmare.
    what I don’t want to do is cut a section of worktop and then find out that I didn’t need to.

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