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Wide format printer
Posted by: SIGNSNY (
Date: June 04, 2009 02:38PM

I need a professional advise from the sign industry people.
I am a sign company in brooklyn ny and we would like to get our first printer.Our needs are banners,and vinyl decals and vehicle wraps.

Please advise us.


Re: Wide format printer
Posted by: AMASales (
Date: June 04, 2009 09:48PM

Well, it really depends on your budget. If you want to be able to do not only banners but some direct to substrate stuff, then an Oce Arizona flatbed would make sense, although they are a bit pricey.

If you don't need to do flatbed items, then the Roland VersaCamm 54" is a nice printer, although it's output means it is definitely a small shop printer (takes about 20 minutes to print a 2'x6' banner on high speed. If you set it to standard or high quality, you can up to double that time).

Again, it all depends on budget. Buy used if you can.

You will also want to buy a laminator if you don't already have one.

Re: Wide format printer
Posted by: bigfishdigital (
Date: June 11, 2009 02:55PM

This is a really hard question to answer without knowing the budget. As little as possible doesnt work for an answer


Re: Wide format printer
Posted by: AutoProDesign (99.51.89.---)
Date: July 13, 2009 09:03AM

Look at the gerber solara ion. You get 5'x10' flatbed and a 62'' roll to roll printer all in one for under 90,000. We can print for you until you get a printer.Mimaki Ink jet or Gerber uv roll to roll or flat.
Dean 330-418-3834

Re: Wide format printer
Posted by: rjimenez (
Date: July 21, 2009 12:40PM

U should look at Dilli Printers they're good !!!

Re: Wide format printer
Posted by: shades1963 (
Date: August 05, 2009 02:09PM

call me, 404 358 5006 Ray.
i have brand new equipment, bought in 02/2009
a mutoh 53" color printer and a enduralam 54" laminator.
we also have some programs , this is an excellent set-up for
wraps. and i have closed my shop and these items i will be selling at decent prices. thanks.

Re: Wide format printer
Posted by: SignGal (
Date: August 26, 2009 04:14PM

We have a Mimaki JV3 for We upgraded to the JV33. Under $7000...and a laminator that has only been used once. Call Pete for information 443-807-8288, located in Maryland, not too far from could pick up and save yourself money in crating and shipping!

Re: Wide format printer
Posted by: romanjoseph (
Date: October 02, 2009 11:46PM

did you sell your equipment?

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