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I have a California Air for my flatbed. way quitter than a regular compressor
More than enough for my Colex, Cycles on every 20 min or so when using the flatbed
I have a second one for the flatbed...
ask canon to print you a roll and try wrapping with it, sales guy should be able to arrange that
I don't wrap but do lots of smaller decals for cars, no issues with that printed on the Colorado
as far as banners I recently printed a 5ft x 50ft banner in under 50 minutes
Any barcode reader will work, I got a wireless one from Amazon.
The qr code support is a software upgrade you would have to purchase from colex but not need imo for wallpaper, barcode reader is super easy
I have a general flatbed question, my belt is getting torn up a bit at the seam and wondering if there are any tips to prolong the life of that area. I put duct tape there for now
I was thinking maybe glue in a patch?
Don't use 631, high failure rate. Switched to permanent adhesive vinyl and 0 complaints, 631 was causing lots of complaints. Plus with the recent price increases on 631 its cheaper to print on common permanent vinyl
Really good video about what can happen
Employee Secretly STEALS Our Best Customer While I Pay and Train Him to be VP of Our Machine Shop
Cool Plot twist at the end when the customer comes back after quality went downhill
Sata interface has max bandwidth of 600mb/s while PCIE NVME has bandwidth of 7000mb/s (max speed of the interface, not the drive)
M.2 is not the bandwidth/speed but rather the form of the SSD and m.2 formfactor drives can be sata or pcie nvme interface.
2.5" Sata SSD = good
M.2 Sata = good...
Looks good, only thing I can think of if you want a little more future proof (but will cost more now) is to go with AM5 platform (gives you room to upgrade CPU in a few years) but the DDR5 128gig will be about as much as you are looking to spend total.
The video card is good for the price if...