HP discontinued those printer about a year ago. They stooped making parts. Printheads are costly, and still available from Seiko (who actually made the machines) but there is no telling for how long. The printer itself is fairly reliable, but needs to print every day to keep the jets from clogging. The solvent tends to eat anything it comes in contact with, so check it out closely to make sure it has been well maintained. Changing printheads requires a special gapping tool, and a good bit of mechanical prowess. We never attempted to do one ourselves, and installed the cost runs around $3,000. Printheads run past the reccomended time, probably double, but if it has old ones in it, you won't want to pay much for the printer.
What's In Your Warehouse? Are You Sure?
In an average week you process what, 50 jobs?100? 150? 200? Let’s say about half of each job hits the mail or goes out to the customer. The rest goes to shelves in your warehouse so it’s ready when the client needs it. Juggling all this—and making money from it— requiresLink to Article