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Wide-Format Sublimation Inkjet Printer

(October 2006) posted on Wed Oct 18, 2006

Roland DGA Corp.


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You can print flags, banners, textiles, and other kinds of sublimated graphics with Roland’s new Hi-Fi Express FP-740, a 74-in. (1880-mm) sublimation inkjet printer. It uses eight piezo printheads and features an extended-capacity ink-delivery system, HeatWave sublimation inks, and an automated media-take-up system. The FP-740 can print at speeds up to 548 sq ft/hr (51 sq m/hr) and at resolutions up to 720 dpi. The printer’s ink-delivery system consists of eight ink cartridges that feed 16 intermediate reservoirs. Roland’s Automated Intelligent Maintenance System performs routine upkeep and actively monitors the printer, and the front-mounted, sensor-guided take-up system adjusts automatically to eliminate excess slack in the media. The printer comes standard with Roland VersaWorks RIP software, which features a graphic user interface and tools for color management, layout, editing, and printing function. Roland DGA Corp., 15363 Barranca Pkwy., Irvine, CA 92618, 949-727-2100, 800-542-2307, fax: 949-727-2112, Web: www.rolanddga.com.
 


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