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DTG K3 printer designed to meet needs of garment decorators
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Nov '09
Impression Technology recently launched its latest machine the DTG K3 at the SGIA exhibition in New Orleans with great success. Designed to meet the printing needs of all garment decorators, the DTG K3 boasts an array of new technologies and is the fastest in the A3 class machine category. The DTG K3 is equipped with intelligent print head collision protection system, encoder protection and pressurized ink system.

“Our aim has always been to develop a machine that is a dedicated white ink garment printer, naturally the K3 comes standard with WIMS” says Managing Director Mr. Stephen Richardson. “The culmination of market research, smart design and enhanced engineering methods has allowed us to build and deliver a solution that is far removed from the original basic machine conversions”.

The design concept of the DTG K3 was finished in February of 2009 and selected Beta test sites were established in the later part of the year. The DTG K3 technology is based on its larger sibling the DTG Viper, “we looked at the positive feedback and success of the DTG Viper and decided to make a smaller version of it and implement the option of printing 2 x A3 images in a single pass through the machine”.

The DTG brand is globally well known as an innovator in the garment decorating industry and with recent advancements such as WIMS and the release of the DTG K3 the demand is ever increasing from both end users and potential distributors.

Impression Technology Pty Ltd


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