Printwear

April '17

For the Business of Apparel Decorating

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78 || P R I N T W E A R A P R I L 2 0 1 7 D2 Printer Showcase Digital direct-to-substrate printing is a fast-growing method. Whether you plan to produce large-quantity orders for your shop or use your D2 printer for samples, it is important to se- lect equipment that best suits your shop's needs. For more on the digital direct-to-substrate printers featured here, see supplier's website and telephone information after each product. PRINTER WITH SNAP-ON PLATENS Polyprint's TexJet Echo direct-to-garment printer is reportedly suitable for businesses wanting to go beyond the capabili- ties of a direct-to-garment printer. The seven different-sized snap-on platens offer versatility and allow flexible, fast, and effective printing as platens can be swapped, allowing users to respond to different customer re- quests, work on different projects, and save money with its low running cost. It also offers photorealistic image quality with sharp details and color accuracy. With a print area of 16.5" X 23.6", it is possible to print A2+ image sizes, cover all T-shirt sizes and all-over prints on different garments, while the automatic height adjustment between the print head and the garment gives more precision. TexJet echo comes with RIP v.7 that has the benefits of a professional photo edit- ing software, CMYK-W inks powered by DuPont Artistri and a 1-year warranty on the print head and all mechanical parts. Visit: www.polyprintdtg.com Call: 231-024-6418 WIDE-FORMAT PRINTER Mimaki's TX300P-1800 printer is suit- able for users creating samples or short- run pieces. This 75"-wide model includes new print heads that enable printing on various types of textiles. The high gap setting gives users the ability to print on thin and thick textiles, plus woven patterns, or raised fiber surfaces, while maintaining accurate ink droplet place- ment. Its reliable textile feeding mecha- nism, including front and rear tension bars, ensures stable textile transporta- tion, the company reports. It uses a com- bination of tension bars and drive rollers to maintain the appropriate tension. Visit: www.mimakiusa.com Call: 888-530-4021

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