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inkwin inks 7 years 3 months ago #2266

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Just wondering if anyone has had any experience using inkwin eco-solvent inks.

I have a roland sp printer and am considering using them.

Thanks

Paul

Re: inkwin inks 7 years 3 months ago #2267

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Hey Paul, being in the industry a long time and seeing good and bad results, if it was me, I wouldn't do it.

Seriously, the ink saving is so minimal when you break it down. The amount of ink you use per square metre is minimal. For the sake of a few cents/ml literally, it is not worth the trouble and expense it COULD cause with heads/lines etc not to mention down time and the possibility of losing a customer... or 2.

I am a Roland user now and for me, I'll always stick to the OEM ink as I know I will always have consistent results and the manufacturers backing.

Hope this helps.

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Excellent, thanks that makes a lot of sense.

I have been in the sign industry for about 13 years but have only had anything to do with the printing side for the past 5 years and really appreciate your advice.
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