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d.Gen Teleios GT installed at AAA Flag and Banner
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Nov '11
Media One USA in conjunction with AAA Flag and Banner are pleased to announce the d.Gen Teleios GT has been installed and is operational at their Los Angeles, California facility. The 74 inch d.Gen Teleios GT is a large format Direct to Fabric Printer.

"AAA's addition of the d.Gen Teleios GT to our fleet of fabric printers has enhanced our ability to deliver high print quality with matched productivity for our clients. Our partnership with Media One on fabrics and equipment led to the adoption of this state-of-the-art d-gen inline print and fixate commercial fabric printer. We are really pleased with the results." Says Craig Furst, Principle of AAA Flag and Banner.

The GT is recognized as one of the worldwide best textile printers for printing Flags, Banners, Table Throws, Tents, Tension Frame Display, Tradeshow Displays, and Retractable Displays."

"The most significant change in the new commercial line of printers is the robust feed system and a totally new engineering of the fixation unit. The new fixation unit has a much more consistent heat source that finally matches the results of a calendar. The feedback we have received from our customers is that they just load and go, only to come back and reload." Says Media One USA President, Jason Bartusick.

d.Gen Teleios GT Specs:
-Machine Sizes: 74 inch and 120 inch
-GT style productivity: 100 M2/H (Quality Mode)
-Great Run ability: Allows 24/7 printing w/o loss of quality.
-8 latest print heads with staggered layout configuration: 4 colors/ 3 pass mode.
-TU-400 (take up unit) and RF-400 (roll feeder unit) Non stop printing is possible.
-Large Volume ink Cartridge- Each cartridge contains 2kg of ink and has a built in IC chip that contains information for best printing condition.
-Textile Feeding system: Unique textile feeding system allows easy printing on textile without curvature or twisting.
-Easy to control colors and keep same color printing through "Color Profile" by d.Gen. (required d.gen original inks and Approved fabrics.)

Eco Friendly:
No need for paper
No Phenol
No Solvents
dGen inks fully fulfill the REACH regulation in EU.

Media One USA

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