Sign & Digital Graphics

October '19

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • October 2019 • 51 From your line-up of models, what is the best value-for the money for first printer options for wide-format print- ing and why? "From the Epson signage print- ing offerings, I would recommend the 64-inch SureColor S40600 and the SureColor S40600 Print Cut Edition. Both printers offer great value for the money and offer consist, repeatable color and performance with Epson UltraChrome G S 3 4-color solvent ink and the previously mentioned PrecisionCore TFP printhead and pro- duce output at up to 170 ft. per hour," McCausland says. "The SureColor S40600 Print Cut Edition gets a new sign shop up and running with the roll-to-roll printer, Graphtec cutter and ONYX software to provide maximum productivity at a cost- saving price. From stickers and labels to decals and car wraps, the SureColor S40600 quickly and reliably tacks the full section of printing," he adds. "Here at Mutoh, our most popular printer is our V J -1624x, eco-solvent printer. It is 64-inches wide and prints at a 600 sf./hr. speed. The printer includes Smart Printing Technology like DropMaster ink technology that assures the highest dot placement accuracy and eliminates the need for individual head adjustments per individual type". The VJ-1624x features precision craftsman- ship and is built to highly rigorous stan- dards based on our iron-clad commit- ment to quality, so you can expect years of use," Rugen says. "The printer also has FlexiSIGN & Print included, so that is the software for designing and controlling the printer chosen by thousands of shops in all mar- kets. At a MSRP of $17,995, your return on this investment will happen quickly," he notes. "If you're just getting started and don't need to meet the highest pro- duction demands, Roland's 64-inch VersaE X P R E S S R F -640 (for a print- only device) or TrueVIS SG series (for integrated printing and contour-cutting capabilities), offer exceptional perfor- mance at an affordable price. In addition to imaging beautifully, they are incred- ibly easy to use, keeping the learning curve short for first-time printer owners/ users," Valade says. H e a d d s t h a t M S R P s f o r t h e VersaEXPRESS RF-640 and TrueVIS SG series inkjets are Roland VersaEXPRESS wide-format RF-640 printer: $14,995, Roland TrueVIS SG-540 wide-format printer/cutter: $12,995 and Roland TrueVIS SG-300) wide-format printer/ cutter: $9,995. He says both models come with Roland's service and support and are backed up by the company's two- It is important to determine how much business you would need to generate to cover the investment and operation costs of your first printer.

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