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Apsom to unveil Texart RT 640A printer at Garfab TX expo
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May '15
Apsom Infotex Limited, the Indian master distributor to Roland DG Corporation, a leading worldwide manufacturer of wide-format inkjet printers and printer/cutters, is set to launch the Texart RT-640A; an advanced 64” sublimation printer at Garfab-TX expo, to be held at Surat from May 15 to 17, 2015.

The RT-640 is a state-of-the-art dye sublimation transfer printer featuring innovative print control technology, a powerful RIP software and a choice of four-colour (CMYK) or eight-colour (CMYKLcLmOrVi) original dye sublimation ink and offers numerous features custom made for digital textile production.

Among entry-level dye sublimation transfer printers, the RT-640 has achieved the industry’s highest level of practical print speed of 22 square metres per hour and a maximum speed of 32.6 square metres per hour, while optimised fan absorption power, keeps transfer paper flat for printing, the company said in a press release.

Furthermore, a newly designed Media Feed Adjuster at the front and back provides even tensioning and prevents skewing. The results are a precisely wound roll on the take-up reel to deliver consistent feed tension when the media is passed through the calendar press.

For ultimate ease, the RT-640 uses Roland’s proprietary Ink Switching System, to automatically switch to the other ink pouch for unattended continuous printing. This allows the user to replace an empty ink pouch without stopping the printer.

The Texart RT-640 is equipped with Roland’s latest gold-plated print head, which enables the highest quality imaging. Variable dot control produces droplets of seven different sizes for precise, detailed graphics. The result is high quality printing with vibrant colours, smooth gradations, and superb contrast.

MS Dadu, director at Apsom said, “The Indian textile sector is a hugely vibrant market, and this machine significantly lowers the barriers of entry to this and the soft signage market, offering a highly cost-effective and flexible solution for those considering expanding into this exciting sector.” (GK)

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