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ChromaBlast cotton transfer ink for Ricoh GX e3300N

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Apr '10
Sawgrass Technologies Consumer Division, a world leader in the development of solutions for digitally printing consumer products, announced the release of the ChromaBlast-R, a high-performance, high-yield gel cotton transfer ink for the Ricoh GXe3300N printer.

Paired with ChromaBlast Transfer Media, ChromaBlast produces vibrant, lasting images that look, feel and breathe like nothing else on the market. Capable of producing up to 144 color prints per hour, the Ricoh GXe3300N easily ranks as the fastest entry-level cotton transfer printer on the market.ChromaBlast-R's high-capacity ink cartridges provide extended uninterrupted printing without the need for a separate bulk ink system. The Ricoh GXe3300N loaded with ChromaBlast-R ink includes the ChromaBlast Driver print driver and color management software, and PartnerPlus support. Ricoh GXe3300N handles media up to 8.5 x 14” and comes standard with a high capacity 250-sheet paper tray. ChromaBlast-R offers by far the lowest start-up cost of any professional garment printing system.

“The unique combination of speed, price and extended uninterrupted printing capabilities, makes ChromaBlast-R for the Ricoh GXe3300N a game-changing breakthrough for the apparel decoration industry, it is a great alternative to expensive direct to garment systems,” said Mike McEvoy, Vice President of Marketing for Sawgrass Technologies.

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