Help on how to select which solvent-based or oil-based printer for outdoor signs or banners Print

First: yes, if you need help deciding whether to select ColorSpan, Seiko, Gandinnovations Encad NovaJet, HP DesignJet, Roland HiFi Pro II V, Mutoh Falcon or Falcon II or water-based wide format 36" to 72", then yes, these reports dissect the pros and cons of each of these printers for signs. These reports by Professor Nicholas Hellmuth are based on his own experience in the FLAAR sign printing shops at two universities, site-visit case studies of sign shops with Roland, Mutoh, Epson, Encad, ColorSpan, and HP printers, and visits to DRUPA, Photokina, FESPA, SGIA, ISA, IPEX, PMA, and even the sign printer tradeshow in Mumbai, India.

Second intended audience:

* If you are unsure whether to buy oil-based or solvent-ink printer?

* If you are unsure whether to buy a lite solvent, eco-solvent or full-solvent printer?

Or perhaps you are thinking about a UV-cured ink flatbed printer? We have plenty of tips and help.

* If you are unsure whether to buy regular HP, Encad, ColorSpan as opposed to solvent ink such as Oce Arizona 30s, 90, 180, 500, Roland SolJet, SolventJet, Tiara Sapphire, Mutoh Tomahawk, Mutoh Toucan, Mutoh Falcon II Outdoor, Mimaki JV3 solvent ink printer vs DGI Rex, Infiniti Eastech, Oce RasterGraphics Arizona 30-s, Arizona Digital Screen Press 90, Arizona 180, etc.

* If you are curious about the solvent ink printers from China, Taiwan, or Korea, and how they compare with Mimaki, Mutoh, Vutek, and so on.

Then you will surely profit from learning from these FLAAR reports.

If you are unsure whether to buy a grand format (Vutek, Nur, Scitex Vision) as compared to a 54" to 87" solvent ink printer (Oce Arizona 30s, 90, 180, 500, Roland SolJet, SolventJet, Tiara Sapphire, Mutoh Tomahawk, Mutoh Toucan, Mutoh Falcon II Outdoor, Mimaki JV3, Infiniti), then, yes, you will get sufficient value from these reports to make the modest price of a FLAAR Report series a worthwhile investment.

Another big question, when shopping for a solvent ink printer. Is it worth taking a chance on off-shore printers such as DGI Rex, Flora, Skyjet, Orasign, Infiniti FY-6250, or a host of other confusing Asian brands? Nicholas Hellmuth attends lots of sign tradeshows to gather information. His counsel on Korean, Chinese, and retro-fitted Roland printers is clearly spelled out in the various reports included in the FLAAR Series on inkjet printers for signs.

You receive value: FLAAR Premium Report Series on Wide Format Printers for Signs by Nicholas Hellmuth offers comprehensive information on wide format solvent ink and oil-based ink sign printers. You receive something important, namely the truth about the various printers.

Dr Nicholas Hellmuth is available as a consultant, anywhere in the world. Actually you can get 1 hour consulting with him personally just by ordering a complete batch of five series of his reports. So you get all the reports first, then you can telephone him and ask direct questions

If you seek a printer on wide format printers for signs, posters and banners, our reports series cover Epson, Roland, ColorSpan, HP, Mutoh (both Falcon II and Toucan), DGI Rex, DGI VistaJet, Gretag Arizona 30, 90, 180, etc. and other brands.

If you seek a printer on wide format printers for signs, posters and banners, our reports series cover Epson, Roland, ColorSpan, HP, Mutoh (both Falcon II and Toucan), DGI Rex, DGI VistaJet, Gretag Arizona 30, 90, 180, etc. and other brands.

 

Most recently updated May 18, 2005.
First posted March 10, 2004. Updated Sept. 27, 2004.