Roland launches digital direct printing on textile Printer
By Bhawana Anand - September 19, 2019
Texart RT-640M, a multi-function large format machine is capable to print on banners, flags, soft signage and backlit media
Roland launches a new Texart RT-640M multi-function larger format sublimation printer, designed to enable printing both directly onto transfer paper and direct-to-textile within affordable device. This is one of the few machines in the market which can print directly on textile. The RT 640M delivers maximum versatility, flexibility and outstanding print quality. The printer is able to print on various outdoor applications such as banners, flags, soft signage and backlit media.
The unique printing capabilities of the RT-640M allows direct print onto polyester-based/coated textiles, as well as dye- sublimation transfer paper, using the same ink and RIP.
The RT 640M is equipped with an adjustable front roller system, to ensure stable and uninterrupted production, and combined with a media take-up system delivers even tensioning with no skewing.
With an ink collection channel within the printer bed, the RT 640M is able to print perfectly, onto thin substrate such as flag materials. The results are detailed, precise and accurate prints with max. 1440 dpi resolution.
The RT 640M uses specially formulated Roland Texart SBL 3 ink in 1000cc pouches, offering fast drying times and transfer rates. As well as stunning color vibrancy, robust wash-ability and high-quality output on a whole range of materials.
Available in 4 colors (CMYK) and 8 color (CMYKLcLmOrVi) Texart ink produces vivid colors with rich blacks and sharp details. In 8 color, the addition of orange and violet ink delivers an extremely wide color gamut with bright reds, intense oranges, and deep purples, while light cyan and light magenta offers subtle gradations and delicate skin tones. It is also available in fluorescent pink and yellow pink ink that produces hundreds of vivid fluorescent colors and soft pastel shades.
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