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  1. Hi Guys, I am just getting ready to build out my P800. I purchased AcroRip 9.03, but have read on this forum that some people are using EK Print Studio Rip. Curious which you think I should use and why? Or do I really need Kothari? I am planning on using transfer film rolls if that makes a difference. And what is the best way to build an output tray? Is there one available on the market or is there a video tutorial on how to make one? Thanks and Happy Thanksgiving to all those that celebrate it... Doug
  2. Johnson4... did you see my post on getting some paid help putting my P800 together? Andy said you might have built a P800?
  3. I was going to ask you that... but figured that is what you meant. Thanks for the clarification though.
  4. Alright… I think I have everything I need to covert my brand new Epson P800 to a DTF Printer, but would like to hire someone to walk me through the steps (via Zoom or Facetime) so I don’t screw the conversion up. I am willing to pay a reasonable hourly rate to someone who has converted a P800 themselves and has the machine up and running still. Here is what I have: (please let me know if I am missing something) New Epson P800 Elongated Refillable Cartridge Set Chip Decoder for Ink Refills AcroRip 9.03 Roll Adapter Roll of Transfer Film Ink Adhesive
  5. I do also own a DTG machine that I think this will be helpful for, but wanted to make sure it will work with DTF prints before I took the plunge.
  6. I found a good deal on an almost brand new conveyor belt dryer. Would this be good for curing the adhesive powder? This is the model: https://www.ranar.com/screen_printing_equipment/little-tshirt-printing-conveyor-dryer.html
  7. Thanks... appreciate that! Was curious if something like that was possible.
  8. Hi Guys, I ordered a roll of film from China before I knew Andy was getting the 17" rolls in. The roll I was getting was suppose to be 17", but there was some misunderstanding on the person I ordered from and he sent me a 60cm roll which is 23.something inches wide. Is there a way to cut the film roll to 17" so it will work in my P800? If so, what can you cut it with? Thanks, Doug
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