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80 • WRAPS • 2 0 1 7 TOOLS & EQUIPMENT Kentucky, has been a loyal Roland cus- tomer for more than a dozen years, with equipment he says has never been down for more than 24 hours in that entire period. He says a benchmark investment of $25,000 to $40,000 is necessary to get a printer solid enough for a busy com- mercial shop. "We can't afford to be without our printer—it's what makes our business go," he says. Currently, Richart's shop uses a Roland Soljet Pro 4 XR-640 printer/cut- ter, a sophisticated machine that receives Matt Richart, co-owner of Digital EFX Wraps in Louisville, Kentucky, says maintenance and reliability is key to long- term success. (Images courtesy of Digital EFX Wraps) Matt Richart demon- strating installation tech- niques at one of Roland's Born to Wrap classes. (Image courtesy of Mimaki USA) The Mimaki CJV300-160 printer. (Image courtesy of Mimaki USA) The Roland SOLJET Pro 4 XR-640 printer. (Image courtesy of Roland DGA)

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