How To Buy A Wall Printing Machine

How To Buy A Wall Printing Machine

Wall printers are a great way to add some pizzazz to your space. The last thing you want is to end up with a printer that doesn't meet the needs of your project or the way you work. We've put together this guide for anyone looking for their first or next wall printing machine. We'll cover everything from material types and applicators to specs and warranties, so let's get started!

Know what your application is.

Before you buy a wall printing machine, it’s important to know your application and use case. This will help you determine what type of printer is best for you.

  • Have a budget in mind: The first thing to figure out when buying any product is how much money you must spend on it. Having an idea of your budget before starting the process will help keep costs down, but if money isn't an issue, feel free to go nuts!
  • Know what type of printing experience and output quality are required: Different printers serve different purposes; some are better suited for commercial applications, while others work better at home or in small businesses. The right tool must be chosen for each job, so everyone gets their desired outcome (and lives happily ever after).

Know the difference between entry-level machines and professional systems.

While entry-level machines can be used for smaller jobs, professional systems are best suited to larger projects. Entry-level machines typically have print heads that can only print on one side of the paper, meaning you'll need to flip the sheet over to print both sides or buy two printers. Professional machines will automatically switch between printing sides as needed for double-sided printing and other multi-sheet jobs.

A professional printer may also be worth it if you have a large job in mind; they have more features than their smaller counterparts and tend to run faster.

Whatever type of machine you decide on, remember that all printers require maintenance every once in a while—especially if they're used regularly—so be sure your chosen model comes with good servicing options before committing yourself!

Know which materials you will be printing on.

When it comes to buying a wall printing machine, there are several factors to consider. The most important thing is to know which materials you will print. You should also consider the thickness of the material and how many layers your design will comprise.

In addition, you need to know how much pressure the printhead will exert on the material when it's in use. This can help you determine if a particular model is right for your needs.

Check the specs of the machine.

Check the specs of the machine. You will want to know about the size of the printer, as well as its printhead size. The print resolution is also important, as it will determine how fine your prints can be.

The printing speed and width are two important factors to consider when choosing a printer, especially if you plan on using it for commercial or large-scale projects.

You'll also want to ensure that your printer can accept a wide variety of materials so that you can use it with different types of substrates and media.

Other specs include external dimensions (the length, width, and height) and weight (this is not an issue if you're going to use this at home). While these aren't necessarily deal breakers (depending on what type of project you want to do), they could significantly affect how much room or set up a time this kind of appliance requires for someone else besides yourself - like an employee - who has never worked with one before getting started with what needs doing right away!

Consider the RIP software that comes with a wall printer.

In addition to your printer, it's important to consider the RIP software that comes with a wall printing machine. The RIP stands for "raster image processor," and this small piece of software translates your artwork into something that can be printed on the wall. The better the software, the more accurate and efficient your prints will be.

Contact a printhead service provider to see if they are familiar with the brand of printer you are considering.

The first thing to do when considering a wall printing machine is to contact a printhead service provider to see if they are familiar with the brand of printer you are considering. Suppose they have experience with this printer and materials. In that case, it will be easier to make recommendations on how best to use the machine and what kind of ink will work best, given your specific application requirements. The second thing is to ask if they have experience running RIP software that comes with a wall printer. If they don't, there is no guarantee that they'll get everything up and running without any problems!

Learn as much as you can about the warranty.

You should always do your research on the warranty. This is an important part of buying a wall printing machine, and many people overlook it, but if you want to be sure that you’re getting the best deal possible, then this step is crucial. Take some time to learn how long each type of warranty lasts and what it covers.

Some warranties are limited to just certain parts of their wall printing machines, and some will extend so far as to cover any materials used in the printing process. It all depends on the manufacturer and what they offer with their products. You also must ensure that your warranty covers all types of damage done by normal use over time – not just defects or poor construction quality. Like some manufacturers might try selling you an extended warranty for accidental spills onto your device (meaning they won't pay).


These are just some of the things that you should think about when purchasing a wall printing machine. Other considerations include how much space will be available for storing the printer and its accessories. If you’re looking for help choosing the right product for your needs or have questions about operating one of these systems, don’t hesitate to contact us today!