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Unbelievable Printer/ will do tshirt transferson darks

Posted on Tue, 3 Aug 2004 at 18:31



I have done some research on this Matan Sprinter A and it will print to Vinyl, perforated (one-way vision), translucent, reflective, backlit, banner, flex, PVC, clear, paper, Tyvek, transfer paper, and more...
It is a 36" (35.5 print area) wide printer and will print 400 sq. ft. an hour. Try that with a edge or versacam. It will last 4-5 year outdoor without lamination. The cost is around .48 cents a sq. ft. to print full color and you can print to any uncoated material.Below is some specs and type of ribbons available.

This printer was bought new in 2001 for $152,000.00 and was hardley used. I am asking 11,000.00 and that includes the RIP.
This is a steal and will make someone alot of money. Imagine selling prints wholesale at 3.00 a sq. ft and making 2.00 profit. Now take that times 400. that is 800.00 an hour. If you were to pay the original 152,000.00 it would take a while but at 11,000 you could make it back in the first few months.

Call 503-591-9921

Media handling Roll-to-Roll printing (3" core).

Output Durability No coating or lamination needed for output outdoor durability of 3-5 years.
7-10 years with lamination (Depending on the substrate used and environment).

Workflow No RIPping time RIPs on-the-fly for Tiff: 50 dpi & Tiff Bitmap files 200/400 dpi. EPS or PostScript files can be RIPped on an external standard support RIP software.

Ribbons (consumables) Resin ribbons (500 meters per roll) CMY, CMYK and Spot colors for printing on various vinyl's, banners, PVC, reflective, perforated and many more...

Wax ribbons (500 meters per roll) CMY and CMYK for printing on various paper materials including, synthetic paper, Tyvek® and many more...

Dye-Sublimation (150 meters per roll) CMY and CMYK for printing on transfer paper (to be transferred onto wood, ceramic, cloth (T-shirts), glass, plastic, metal, etc..)

Spot colors (Resin) (150 meters per roll) Golden Yellow, Sunflower Yellow, Orange, Tomato Red, Ruby Red, Burgundy, Green, Leaf Green, Pine Green, Forest Green, Ocean Blue, Royal Blue, Metallic - Silver & Gold.
Additional custom-made spot colors (any Pantone® color) are available.

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Anonymous says: hello william the shipping company has been to your place for the last 3 days trying to catch (that i paid for 800 usd) you there and they have also called and got no answer. they have been trying to ...

hello william the shipping company has been to your
place for the last 3 days trying to catch (that i paid
for 800 usd) you there and they have also called and
got no answer. they have been trying to pickup the
printers and the computer and inks and the material
that you promised me . sence i had to wait so long 3 MONTHS.
so you need to be as good as your word if you plan on making a go of anything.
so please call me asap. the next step is getting a lawyer
to handle this. just because one person mad threats to
you dose not mean to shurg everyone else and take there
money and give nothing in return. allen

posted on: Wed, 09/15/2004 - 5:45pm
Anonymous says: hello again. i bought a a 90 from william in june and got it in oct it was all busted up and nothing came with it like william had told me. i cant get hold of him because he wont return my calls or emails. ...

hello again. i bought a a 90 from william in june and got it in oct it was all busted up and nothing came with it like william had told me. i cant get hold of him because he wont return my calls or emails. it was to come with 18 liters of ink and media and extra heads and a power cord and onyx rip program. when i got the printer the doors were gone off the back and the door was almost gone of the end of the printer. nothing came with it not even the power cord. i had to contact interpower to get a power cord for the printer and now i have to have the company come out and test the printer to find out if its any good and how much its going to cost to get it fixed. if anyone has had contact with him please help me on this. i spent 9000 usd to get something that worked, and all i got so far is a hunk of tin. allen

posted on: Mon, 10/18/2004 - 11:30am

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