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Sawgrass offers ChromaBlast Cotton Transfer System
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Oct '10
Sawgrass Technologies Consumer Division, a world leader in the development of profitable solutions for digitally printing consumer products, offers the ChromaBlast digital garment printing system for the Epson WorkForce 30 printer.

Entering the highly profitable world of custom, cotton decorating has never been easier. Using this compact 4 color system ChromaBlast inks and print media, allows any business to expand their business offerings and make more money with cotton transfer printing!

The EPSON WF30 for ChromaBlast is an entry-level cotton decorating system that makes starting a t-shirt or apparel decorating business affordable. This business-class, desktop printer has a 8.5” x 11” printing field and can deliver up to 40 high quality, photo-realistic images per hour.

In addition, it's backed-up by Sawgrass's comprehensive PartnersPlus support program that includes online product support, full product warranty and technical phone support. As an added option, the QuickConnect bulk ink system dramatically reduces costs per print, increasing profits without driving up overhead.

“The Workforce 30 system for ChromaBlast is a great entry level cotton printing solution in the Epson platform,” said Mike McEvoy, Director of Marketing Communications for Sawgrass Technologies.

Sawgrass Technologies is the industry leader in the development of breakthrough digital printing technologies. The company's globally recognized technologies allow for the mass customization of platform-proven digital products for printing onto surfaces such as plastic, metal, films, ceramics, and textiles. The Sawgrass family of brands includes ChromaBlast NaturaLink, SubliJet, Rotech ArTainium, M ink, and SubliM inks and ink delivery systems.

Sawgrass Technologies Inc

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