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Pantograms unveils DTG Kiosk3 digital garment printer
Jan '10
Engineered and built for durability, consistent print accuracy and white ink reliability, the DTG Kiosk 3 (K3) operates with a pallet system that allows users to load up to 2 shirts at a time in a desktop format. Utilizing the latest in printhead technology, the K3 is among the fastest direct to garment printers in the industry, if not he fastest in its class available today.

In addition to offering improved print speed, the K3 has the WIMS white ink management system and pressurized ink delivery system to allow constant feed and recirculation of ink without clogs or ink waste. The latest addition to the DTG line also offers an all-new ink repelling printhead for superior reliability, and long-term durability. This reduces the amount of maintenance and downtime currently seen in the direct to garment printer industry.

DTG Kiosk 3 features:

• Print Head – piezo capable of handling 8 colors (dual CMYK or 4 white channels of white plus CMYK)
• A Teflon coated high performance print head with 180 nozzles per channel
• Print Area – 13 inches by 17 – 32 inches
• Operating system – Vista and XP
• RIP – DTG Rip Pro
• Pallets – one adult (13” x 17”) on one base or optional - two adult (13” x 15”) on one base
• Dimensions – 33” wide x 24” high x 48” long
• Weight – 80 pounds

Pantograms is 40+ year-old family-owned business based in Tampa, FL, and is the premier provider of equipment, training, software service and support to the decorated apparel industry.In addition to the line of DTG printers, Pantograms offers Toyota and Meistergram embroidery systems, the CAMS rhinestone setting equipment line and a full compliment of software, including the Forte Digitizing Suite.


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