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New digital textile printer with dye sublimation technology
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Dec '10
An enormous boost in interest for digitally printed textiles has been envisaged globally in the coming years and there has been a steady rise in the acceptance of digital printed textiles in UK, too. Keeping this trend into consideration, Roland DG has launched the RS-640S, which is dye sublimation version of VersaArt RS-640. This unit manufactures premium quality products.

The VersaArt RS-640S printer used for dye sublimation involves a 1.62 m (64 inch) take-up unit. Print output on sublimation transfer paper are prepared for calendering process instantly, with the two-step integrated heating system that controls the temperature required for best outcome. Individual settings can also be preserved in the printer for later use.

Dye sublimation is a printing process in which sublimable dyes are transferred to a receiver sheet by a digitally driven thermal printhead; variations in temperature control the amount of dye that sublimates, thus varying the color intensity.

The RS-640S technology is used in banners, flags, soft signage, home as well as commercial furnishings. Roland's VersaArt RS-640S is an appealing alternative for sign-makers as well as show producers who want to print soft signage.

It involves a printer, a take-up unit and a bottle unit and possesses a maximum resolution of 1440 x 720 dpi. It also includes Roland Intelligent Pass Control technology which removes banding from all print modes.

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