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Rental Costs for Dye Sublimation Photo Printers
Judge for yourself what good value renting a Dye Sub Photo Printer really is; you only pay for the prints you make, so no wasted media.

Rental: Photo Printer Rental Overview, How Renting a Photo Printer Works,
Costs of Hiring a Dye Sub Printer
, Get a Rental Quotation

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Financing your Dye Sub Printer, Complete a Finance Application,
Hiring Nikon Cameras, Lenses & Wireless Equipment

HiTi 730 SeriesWhat are the rental costs?
Rental costs start at less than £100 per week, and, you only pay for the media you use - This means that you have fixed costs and you won't waste money on boxes of media that have been opened.

You may also request a rental quotation by email or make a provisional booking online.

Know your costs, sales revenue and profit
We have put together a range of excel spreadsheets for you, so that you can see the exact costs of rental for any given time period, and expected profits depending on your selling price and number of prints made or sold. (See example below) - all prices exclude Vat.

Pricing Spreadsheets (6x4, 7x5, 8x6, 9x6 Models):

Pricing Spreadsheets (10x8, 12x8 Models):

We are currently adding rental charges for the other printers that we sell, so if the printer you wish to rent is not shown above, then please contact us for full details on 01329 835500.

If you look at the example spreadsheet, you can see how easy it is to calculate your rental costs and profit for any event. You simply need to enter the following information:

  • How long you want the printer for - you enter the start and end dates and the rental costs are calculated.
  • How much you sell your prints for (ex-vat).
  • What percentage of the images that you print, you estimate will sell.

    Some photographers print all the prints they take, put them on display and sell on average 50%-60%, whilst others will print only the ones that people request and although they sell 100% of the prints they produce, they will typically sell far fewer.

    This spreadsheet allows you to calculate how much you would make either way.

Note: If you don't have Excel to view this spreadsheet then contact us.


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