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ColDesi launches latest direct to garment printer
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Apr '17
ColDesi, a pioneer in the direct to garment printer business, has launched the latest in the M series of industrial DTG which offers the largest printing area and the ability to print up to 12 garments at the same time. The printer, to open up the possibilities for digital garment printing in the US, is expected to become a key fashion industry product.
 
"The M6 will really open up the possibilities for digital garment printing here in the United States. It's being used overseas for custom graphics, of course; but its increased capacity and print area has made it a key product for the fashion industry as well," commented Mark Stephenson, director of marketing for ColDesi. 
 
The printing capacity of the M6 is significantly higher than other direct to garment printers currently available, including ColDesi's M2. The M6 retains the features that make all of the DTG brand printers easy to identify, including their flexible platen system and WIMS white ink management system, but expands on them to be more useful for larger customers.
 
In addition DTG M6 also offers lowest cost per print with P30i inks and allows print size of up to over 1300 square inches. Its quick change platens allow printing three, six or 12 garments.
 
"The new capabilities for volume printing of the M6 make DTG even more appealing to large screen printing shops that want to get into mass customisation. And with over 1,300 square inches of print area it puts fast fashion and cut and sew applications within the reach of more people," said Alex Duran, sales manager for ColDesi. 
 
ColDesi is a leading reseller of direct to garment printers, commercial embroidery machines, spangle transfer equipment and automatic rhinestone machines. (SV)

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