I always compare inkjet ink with mobile oil. Will the car run forever without oil changes? No. The UV ink, Solvent ink inside the printer has to move, filter for dampers needed be changed yearly. Wipers, felts, parts. Expired ink has to go like old oil has to go.
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Depends on what kind of compatible ink. There are hundred of compatible ink out there. If you choose the right one with known name, most likely you won't go wrong. But if you decided to go to China and buy the least expensive ink you can find without a label or known name. Good luck.
The Jetbest is now available in 220ml cartridge, 440ml cartridge and 500ml bottle.
Cheap doesn't mean the quality is less. Usually is but you found the right seller. Golden.
We import our air release vinyl with permanent adhesive from Taiwan. Premium product. We are the direct importer for the factory to you.
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Roland VP series printers have known issue for Ethernet on the mainboard. Most likely you will be needing a new mainboard which is discontinued. We did put one in a few months back. It has to be special ordered. I am sure other people have talked about this issue.
We get 1,000s 500ml bottles and 440ml cartridges of Jetbest brand from Taiwan. We don't shake them while they are sitting in our S. California warehouse for 3-4 months. Not an issue so far for 8 years. I don't know if other ink brands need shaking.
We are a merchant here. We have both original SS21 ink cartridges from Mimaki as an authorized dealer from S. California and compatible ink cartridges from Jetbest made in Taiwan. Both are great products. Feel free to reach out for more information.
We dont' have experience using Onyx but Rasterlink can do a lot for the UCJV300 white ink configuration. Even with clear. I would choose CMYKCLWH over CMYKLCLMWH. I would stay with Rasterlink vs Onyx.
UCJV300 - Always matte finish except the gloss effect. You can't make gloss prints on banners...
We have magic film, made by Jetbest. Yes, they are known for ink manufacturer from Taiwan. Not for the eco solvent. Basically, you UV print on a sheet of film (A), Put Film B on top of it after finish. Now peel off Film A, use B to apply on a subject. Peel the A off. You just transfer UV ink...