Used Linx 7900 CIJ Printer Upgraded and Shipped

Here is the whole process of how we export a used Linx 7900 CIJ printer. For those who are pondering whether to purchase a used continuous inkjet printer or not, you could make up your mind by reading this article.

I will write down the whole printer purchasing process by time line, so we can see it more clearly.

April 6th

Received general inquiry from M about used Linx 7900, I state again the used printer condition in reply email, which will be upgraded to 3 lines, main board cracked, 95% new, English language. Also provide shipping info such as packing size, gross weight, shipping method and time.

Used Linx 7900 General Condition
Used Linx 7900 General Condition

April 7th

M needs confirmation of above information. Replied with pictures of the used Linx 7900 CIJ printer, which will be sent to M(if he pays for it).

Used Linx 7900 Inside
Used Linx 7900 Inside

April 7th

M noticed the print head nozzle size is not the one he wants, ask for quotation again.

Used Linx 7900 Printhead
Used Linx 7900 Printhead

April 8th

Quoted again with the print head M required, also mentioning that our umbilical length is of 2 meter, not 4 meters. M replied it’s ok and attached with PO in email.

Used 7900 Inside
Used 7900 Inside

April 8th

PI sent and received prompt payment from M. Prepare for testing.

April 9th

Testing, send pictures to M

Printing Performance
Printing Performance

April 10th

Testing,send pictures & video to M

Testing
Testing

April 11th

Condition
Condition

Testing,send pictures & video to M

April 13th

Final testing and switch to English language with new English keypad. Arrange delivery.

Compatible 7900 Keypad English
Compatible 7900 Keypad English

May 15th

Custom clearance process done

April 20th

M received used Linx 7900 continuous inkjet printer

April 22nd

M started his own testing. Feedback so far so good.

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