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Old March 14th, 2012, 11:45 PM   #51 (permalink)
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That's true Gerry... I checked it out.. just not sure it would be what I was looking for.

My buddy has the 8 color and loves it. Then again, he used to have a 6 color semi-auto so it's a good up grade for him.
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Old March 15th, 2012, 12:20 AM   #52 (permalink)
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I think if you could pick one of those up on the used market and be able to forget about the compressor and air lines and chiller and electrical etc etc I think for a small space especially one like yours where the noise would be a hinderance to the retail side would be awesome unless you can run a rotary screw compressor for a Titan but you are talking bucks.
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I could put a piston system outside... it would be far "enough" I think from everyone... then again, the neighbor that LIVES in a house on the backside of this complex might not like it much... but he's rarely home during the day... plus I'm sure being zoned commercial makes all the difference in the world on that topic.
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I would be worried that my compressor would walk away outside.
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It would be secured... I'd have to put a small slab down so I'd make sure to anchor that sucker WELL. Might would even fence it in.
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Wow, thanks for insight. I'm going to go see the Diamondback L. I wasn't aware M&R had one as small as the Titan too. Sounds like both are good presses.
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Both are great presses no doubt but seriously consider image size over the speed of the machine. The Titan is definitely the best starter small footprint press out there that gives you alot of features, decent image size and a great value. I don't own or sell them but believe no manufacturer has anything close to it overall.
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Saw the titan at ISS AC. Liked it better than the dback. It's red and white as well. They were aggressive on throw ins to sweeten the deal. Seemed to be a little more compact, uses the 18x20 ID screens from newman or 20x24's most manual folks have, and a vastex reg or newman pin lock can be had for them. Seemed like print size was 99% of what we send out right now to our contrat folks so for entry size it would work fine and dandy. The touchscreen tv type interface seemed to make it a no-brainer to operate for a first auto. Since we would like an auto we looked pretty closely. I also think it has a lot to do with the specs. The titan can be had with electric heads as well as a servo which means a sears compressor can run it. Put the money in the press not the air.
Nothing agin M&R, but the titan just seemed slicker.
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Saw the titan at ISS AC. Liked it better than the dback. It's red and white as well. They were aggressive on throw ins to sweeten the deal. Seemed to be a little more compact, uses the 18x20 ID screens from newman or 20x24's most manual folks have, and a vastex reg or newman pin lock can be had for them. Seemed like print size was 99% of what we send out right now to our contrat folks so for entry size it would work fine and dandy. The touchscreen tv type interface seemed to make it a no-brainer to operate for a first auto. Since we would like an auto we looked pretty closely. I also think it has a lot to do with the specs. The titan can be had with electric heads as well as a servo which means a sears compressor can run it. Put the money in the press not the air.
Nothing agin M&R, but the titan just seemed slicker.
Hey, beanie357 do yourself a favor and visit M&R and check out their factory. I bought 177k worth of shlt from another company and they ripped off 80k cash. When you go to visit M&R swing by Anatol and see there factory, I was going to be a dealer for them 6 years ago. I just want you to see both sides for yourself and then decide, it will be worth your time and money to check them both out.

Printex the company I bought from was throwing in a bunch of " DEAL SWEETNER'S" as well, also resale and upgrading is a thing to remember. Happy Printing
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