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GJS to distribute OKI printers for textile heat transfer media
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Aug '16
Courtesy: GJS
Courtesy: GJS
GJS, a supplier of products to the textile, heat transfer, dye sublimation, direct to garment, digital solvent and screen printing industries inked a partnership agreement with OKI Data Australia, to distribute its range of printers suitable for textile heat transfer media.

OKI pioneered LED printing technology over 20 years' ago, featuring no moving parts and using LED technology to write directly to the drum.

“OKI's new graphics range of printers from GJS are ideal for the recently announced Forever Flex-Soft and Laser-Dark heat transfer media,” the company said.

“Together they can be used to produce beautiful, simple and fast, self-weeding heat transfers in a dry production setup without the hassle of cutting or weeding or large financial investment in production equipment,” GJS added.

Available immediately will be six OKI printers ranging from the entry level OKI B401dn A4 mono LED printer, right up to the OKI Pro9541dn A3 white and clear toner printer. (AR)

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