The M&R Companies (Roselle, IL) and Novus Imaging announce the new Novus Textura 1800 printer.
The Textura 1800 is designed for unattended roll-to-roll high-speed transfer dye-sublimation printing. It’s capable of printing substrates 1.8 meters (5.9 ft.) wide at speeds over 140 sq.meters (1500 sq.ft.) per hour, and printing at sustained production rates of 120 sq.meters (1300 sq.ft.) per hour.
Textura 1800 can print individual image art and seamless patterns at full width and any length. It incorporates an anti-crash printhead carriage with a self-cleaning, self-wiping system. Textura includes an integrated unwind/rewind mechanism designed to hold jumbo-size paper rolls up to 200 kg (441 lbs.).
The Textura 1800 will make its debut at SGIA 2017 New Orleans in Booth #1011.
For more information, visit mrprint.com.
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