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HP Mimaki Mutoh Roland Solvent Inks UV Inks

We know that the minute someone says replacement or aftermarket inks you are thinking it will ruin my printer. The equipment manufactures, who by the way do not make their own ink, have done a great job of putting that fear, (this will break my printer by clogging the print head) into you. It is not a truthful statement, it is said to keep you buying their ink. Let's look at the numbers. There are 3785cc in a gallon, at $110 per 440cc that is $946.25 per gallon for colored solvent. (our ink is $594 per gallon). We have sold ten's of thousands of dollars of...

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Now offering STS line of inks

Made in the USA STS inks. OEM alternative that works.

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Bulk System or Cartridges

Mimaki Mutoh New Product Roland

Do you use 4 cartridges a month? If yes you should look at a bulk system and here is why. $1000 to $3000 PROFIT per yr. ! Most OEM cartridges are $100 - 120 each. So at $110 (average) that is .25 ¢ per cc. That is 21120 CC total cost $5280 per year for ink. If you use an alternative ink at $70 per cartridge that is .159¢ per CC or $3358 per year in ink. Bulk ink system 4 color 8 cartridge with 2 year chips is $550, ink costs are $80 per liter or .08¢ CC ,...

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Technical informantion

We are starting to share technical information with you that can save you time and money. Please check out our technical link.  If there is a topic you would like to see contact us and we will try and get that information up loaded for you.

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Wipers and their importance.

Mimaki Mutoh Roland Wipers

Wipers Before, during and after cleaning cycles, print heads are wiped off by a rubber blade. Wipers collect the excess ink from the print head nozzle plate. Wipers must have a straight edge to work correctly. This requires regular cleaning and on a busy day this could be up to three times a day. The wiper must be straight.Replace any wiper that has any curve to it.  Operators must pay attention and keep the wiper and it's housing clean and free of gelled ink, dried pigment build-up, or dust and debris. Clean any gelled ink from the wiper and wiper housing. THIS IS IMPORTANT!! We suggest changing...

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