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  1. #1
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    Roland SP Versacamm Catch Baskets

    Can anyone direct me to a business that offers the media catch baskets for both Roland SP300 & SP540 printers please?

    Thanks in advance.

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  3. #3
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    Thanks, but thats not a business. No store front apparently, no website apparrently, and no credit cards accepted. Pay up front and hope for the best don't go to well with me.

    More anyone?

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    1. You can buy them directly from Roland at : http://www.rolandasdstore.com/detail.aspx?ID=674

    for the GX-300 and modify to fit SP-300

    2. Do this search on Google : roland media catch basket . . .

    Not sure about SP-540.

  5. #5
    I dont know how a catch basket would work.. My prints usually arent dry enough for ink to ink contact right out of the printer, and I wouldnt want to take that chance.

  6. #6
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    seems like a handy sign guy could mess around with some bits from an old banner x and come up with something similar.

    Might not be as purty tho.

  7. #7
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    Quote Originally Posted by zmatalucci View Post
    I dont know how a catch basket would work.. My prints usually arent dry enough for ink to ink contact right out of the printer, and I wouldnt want to take that chance.

    My thought exactly. If I am printing on certain medias or profiles, there is no
    way I could have ink to ink contact and not cause damage to the print. A
    take up reel is the only way to keep prints from folding on themselves and
    sticking.

  8. #8
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    Bryan and Replicator, my name is Chris and I am the one that makes the Media Baskets that Byran was inquiring about. For him to say I am not a business is wrong I have been in the sign industry for almost 10 years just because I don't have a website or take credit cards I am not? before you start saying stuff about me and the product I make Bryan do your research. Replicator I am the one that makes them for Rolands cutter line the brackets are different! So no it wont work on the SP300 for Bryan! I gave Bryan the name of the person at Roland that would vouch for me, guess he didn't call Roland and ask about me! I have sold over 1000 of these for the cutters and versacamms, guess what I am getting at is you can still be a business without a credit card machine or website, or a store front.

    Chris
    CW Graphix
    Last edited by CW Graphix; 11-02-2008 at 11:41 PM. Reason: fix spelling

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