Parallax Digital Studios (Kennesaw, GA), a large-format print provider, announced that the company has invested in the first superwide HP Stitch S1000 dye-sub production printer for textiles in the US. The new 126-in. HP Stitch S1000 dye sub printer allows Parallax to deliver high-quality color and quality soft signage and décor items with higher productivity and substrate flexibility, according to the company.
Parallax had already acquired an HP Latex R2000 Plus Printer for rigid and flexible substrates, an HP Latex 3500 Printer and an HP Latex 360 Printer. The HP Stitch S Printer prints at up to 2,370 sq. ft./hr. “The new HP Stitch printer delivers continuous high-quality prints on paper and fabric in addition to easy color matching,” said David Clevenger, president, Parallax Digital.
For more information, visit parallaxdigital.com.
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