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Superwide Textile Printer from ITI

TX3200DS can be configured for direct or dye-sub printing.

Inkjet Technology, Inc. (ITI) has released the TX3200DS, a 126-in. textile printer that can be configured for direct-to-fabric or dye-sublimation imaging. Dye-sub users can also elect to add a heat transfer system that sublimates prints as they exit the printer without the need for a separate calendar press unit.

The TX3200DS utilizes Ricoh Gen 5 printheads – offered in a configuration of four or eight – and prints CMYK images up to 1000 sq ft/hr. The machine features an integral IR heater that sets ink prior to heat transfer for improved color and registration.

Additional features include a 5-L bulk-ink system and a new media roller design that does not use traditional pinch rollers.
 

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