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AnaJet unveils new digital apparel printer – mPower
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Aug '11
AnaJet, Inc, makers of the best-selling digital apparel printer, released the mPower, a new high-capacity, high-performance direct to garment printer at The NBM Show in Long Beach, California.

The mPower mP10 being demonstrated at the show prints a typical color graphic in about 34 seconds. The entry level mP5 requires about double that time, keeping pace with the fastest digital apparel printers.

“Both mPower printers use specially-engineered industrial-strength print heads to increase production speed, significantly reduce clogging, and eliminate costly maintenance cycles,” said Don Rasmussen, co-founder and Director of Engineering at AnaJet, Inc. “As a result, users can rapidly print one-off designs for market testing or reel off hundreds of units in a day, with little or no downtime during the workday.”

AnaJet created the mPower line to support businesses in the screen printing, embroidery, promotional product distribution, quick print shop and sign making industries. “mPower offers a compelling value proposition to these businesses,” said Greg Nathanson, President of AnaJet, Inc. “No other garment printer manufacturer can offer the combination of speed, production readiness, durability and customer support at this price point.”

The mPower's industrial-strength print heads tolerate high-pressure cleaning, which means less manual maintenance and downtime for cleaning. In addition, the advanced closed-loop ink delivery system enables ink recirculation for all channels. That means less clogging, less maintenance and more precision printing.

The new printers also offer total control of ink flow and ink drop size, which enables users to determine the ideal saturation for prints. Print settings for 300, 600 and 1200 dpi reproduce stunning colors and brilliant whites. AnaJet's PowerBRIGHT water-based, pigmented CMYK and white inks show up equally vibrant on light and dark garments. They reproduce beautifully on cotton, cotton blends and other general purpose printing substrates.

All AnaJet printers are made in the USA with internationally sourced components, and they use environmentally friendly water-based inks.

The technology breakthroughs featured in the new mPower printer line are currently unrivaled. The performance, durability and reproduction brilliance are worth witnessing first-hand. AnaJet is encouraging interested parties to attend the NBM Long Beach show or upcoming U.S. and international trade shows for an in-person demonstration.

AnaJet manufactures, distributes and services digital apparel printers (also referred to as direct-to-garment printers) and related consumables. AnaJet, Inc. was established in 2004 by experienced technology executives in Southern California with the corporate charter of providing a “digital revolution” to the garment decoration industry. AnaJet differentiates itself through innovative, purpose-built products and unrivaled customer support.

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