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Roland's dye sublimation transfer printer at Heimtextil
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Jun '18
Courtesy: Apsom Infotex
Courtesy: Apsom Infotex
Roland DG Corporation will exhibit the Texart XT 640, a dye sublimation transfer printer designed exclusively for the textile printing industry, at the upcoming Heimtextil India. Roland’s India & SAARC master distributor and technical support partner Apsom Infotex will demonstrate the printer live on stall H300, hall 11 at the three-day fair from June 27.

The Roland Texart XT 640 boasts of extreme strength and style, quality, reliability and stability—the hallmarks of all Roland DG Products, to add value for users that work in the home decor markets. In addition, it has wide range of textile applications including sports merchandising, fashion apparel, soft signs (polyester banners and flags), home furnishing, interior décor, promotional items and personalised gifts.

The printer is part of digital print production of finished products in cushions, curtains, upholstery fabrics, madeups, table placements, flat rugs, carpets, durries and printed fabric production with all major brands, manufacturers and exporters across the country.

The XT 640 features dual printheads to achieve high-speed performance print speeds of up to 63 m2/h. The chassis has been reinforced for stability, enabling highly detailed printing with precise ink droplet placement. A 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. 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. The XT 640 also offers fluorescent colour support. (RKS)

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