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Mar 6, 2010
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Anyone can recommend a good printer for the following use:

1) size not too huge (to fit into a 300sqf shop)
2) must be able to produce professional/good quality photos
3) economical supplies of paper & colour ink

Not looking at selphy those sort but slightly more for commercial use :) Thanks in advance, cheers.
 

kiama

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Saw the HiTi dye-sub printers at the recent computer show, the P510K ($2988) or P710L ($2688) may fit your requirement. The local distributor is Marksman.
 

Ian

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Anyone can recommend a good printer for the following use:

1) size not too huge (to fit into a 300sqf shop)
2) must be able to produce professional/good quality photos
3) economical supplies of paper & colour ink

Not looking at selphy those sort but slightly more for commercial use :) Thanks in advance, cheers.
Firstly you need to provide a lot more information, such as anticipated print sizes, number of prints per month and how long you want the dye to be colour fast etc. all of these factors have a huge impact on the final printer you'll be looking at.

For large prints I'd suggest you have a serious look at the HP rip plotters. Not cheap but the image quality is stunning and they are fairly small in terms of foot print for a large format plotter.
 

Mar 6, 2010
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Hey, thanks Kiama!

The HiTi printers look promising! and meet our requirements :) thanks so much. cheers.

Saw the HiTi dye-sub printers at the recent computer show, the P510K ($2988) or P710L ($2688) may fit your requirement. The local distributor is Marksman.
 

Mar 6, 2010
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Looking for printers to print 2R, 3R, 4R only.
About 200-300 prints per month.

Firstly you need to provide a lot more information, such as anticipated print sizes, number of prints per month and how long you want the dye to be colour fast etc. all of these factors have a huge impact on the final printer you'll be looking at.

For large prints I'd suggest you have a serious look at the HP rip plotters. Not cheap but the image quality is stunning and they are fairly small in terms of foot print for a large format plotter.
 

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