Since 2010, TAVCO has shared a wealth of knowledge with you regarding wide-format and 3D technologies via downloadable articles and blog posts . Now that we have amassed a small collection of material, we found it fitting to have all of those elements available in one spot. So, we are proud to announce the addition of our wide format printer dealer resource link on our web page, tavco.net.
Wide-Format Plotter, 3D Printer, and Scanner Blog
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It is amazing to see how accessible wide-format printing has become. It is no longer the niche industry that it used to be. You can find large format plotter printers just about anywhere:
If you are in market for a new, large format, color multifunction unit, then you probably have checked out the HP Plotter T2300. It just takes a quick web search to see what kind of buzz HP has created about this unit.
There sure has been quite a bit of chatter lately throughout the large format printing industry regarding Xerox and their decision to get out of wide format systems.
No matter which brand of plotter you champion, ALL wide-format printers are susceptible to the same types of operational issues.
Features added to the Océ TDS750:
So, have you ever asked someone to "Help me pick a plotter?" Chances are you have not but probably should have. You see, often people search for a new wide-printer with "the lowest price" as the only criteria. That can be a mistake. There's actually a lot more involved in the decision process than that.
Let's face it, all toner based printing systems work off of the same principles. The basic design has been around for years. Yet, technology always has a way of improving old models. For instance, LEDs have now replaced lasers as the primary light source. That is a good thing!
Both units are solid in their own rights, but how do they compare? We've done the hard work for you by providing a side-by-side comparison of the two models: