Do you ever need to laminate very large prints, wraps or whole rolls?
Laminating vinyl on the applicator table works fine and I have been able to laminate prints larger than the table but its a little tricky. If you mostly print 4x8s and lam and apply the table would be the best option. I have...
Ive done a couple thousand this year. Not as many as last year though.
What do you think about my pricing? Sometimes I think I'm to high and was thinking of lowering the prices but with the coro prices going up 30% I don't think I can do that now.
18x24 Full Color Single Sided
50-99: $8 each...
Thanks for letting me know that. I assumed the R2000 took the 3L just like the R1000. I didn't know there was a 5L. I just checked and the 3L = $285 and the 5L =$325. That is a pretty good savings on ink.
Why is this guys post about looking for an employee turning into a debate of responsibilities? (no response needed)
Anyway... I checked out your shop when I was on a trip in Breckenridge a couple years back and I liked what I saw. It's a very nice area! Good luck with your search!
The cheapest vinyl i use is
ORAJET® 3641 Soft Calendered PVC Film
50" x 50 yd, Gloss
$114 a roll
I used to use it for doing yard signs before I got a flatbed. Its prints pretty good on my HP360 and it has a grey back too which is nice.
Don't use .040 for this application. Its to thin and will look very wavy. I would suggest doing a pan face with 2" returns out of .063 aluminum and having a butt seam in the middle. Installing with aluminum angle and screwing it in on the top and bottom of the returns.
If they are on a tight...