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Roland to debut XT-640 dye sublimation printer at GTE
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Feb '16
Roland DG will unveil the Texart XT-640 dye sublimation transfer printer at the Garment Technology Exhibition (GTE) 2016, taking place in New Delhi in hall E, stand 5.

Aiming to offer print businesses exceptional productivity and image quality, Roland DG and Apsom Infotex will exhibit the leading Texart series of printers; XT-640 and RT-640.

“These printers boast inherent safety and eco-friendly features, to add value for users that work in the sublimation market,” an Apsom Infotech press release stated.

The Texart XT-640 and Texart RT-640 are dye-sublimation transfer printers designed for the textile printing industry.

They offer wide range of textile applications; including sports merchandising, fashion apparel, soft signs, home furnishing interior décor, promotional items and personalised gifts.

The XT-640 is the latest in Roland DG's series of Texart dye-sublimation transfer printers and features dual print heads to achieve high-speed performance print speeds of up to 63 sq. metres per hour.

“The chassis has been reinforced for stability, enabling highly detailed printing with precise ink droplet placement,” Apsom added.

A new, more convenient feed adjuster at the front and back of the printer provides even tensioning and prevents skewing of the media.

“Optimised for textile printing, the accompanying Texart inks deliver bold and vibrant colours and deep, rich blacks,” it informed.

Adding orange and violet inks increases the colour gamut and allows for exceptional reds, oranges, deep blues and purples, while light cyan and light magenta provide subtle gradations, beautiful skin tones and a remarkably fine level of detail.

While, the Texart RT-640 delivers superb quality, vivid colouring and highly stable performance at an entry level price point and achieves high-speed performance up to 32.6 sq. metres per hour.

With use of orange and violet inks, in the 8-colour mode, the Texart ink offers a broad range of colours enabling high contrast printing.

According to Apsom, the new black ink has depth and density to produce accurate, intense and high-class graphics.

“Through the RT-640's optimised print control technology, beautifully sharp print image quality can be achieved to bring out the full expressive powers of Texart ink,” the distributor of Roland printers observed.

Both the printers are available in two ink configurations, one of which is 4 colours or dual CMYK and 8 colours or CMYKLcLmOrVi.

These printers enable unattended operations through the Roland Printer Assist to check printing status from anywhere in the building using an iPad app. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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