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2012 Sublimation Report

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items, then getting a smaller platform would be ideal. That way you are getting the true use out of it. The same holds true with larger systems. If you plan on spanning the product lines, then the larger printer would be the best option. That way you are not limiting yourself to products you are able to produce. I understand, though, that it is hard The Ricoh GXe3300N is a great entry-level printer with a max transfer size of 8.5x14. to tell what types of things you will pro- duce down the road, but to make sure you do not underspend or overspend, you will have to make your best guess. The best thing to do would be to ask your sales representatives their opinion and talk with them about your markets. They have seen this situation a million times and may give you great advice. Use INFO # 613 18

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