Roland DGA (Irvine, CA) has launched its Texart XT-640S, a multi-station, direct-to-garment printer.
With new features and a specialized RIP software, the XT-640S was developed for screen printing operations that want to accept short-run orders and also have the ability to ramp up production during busier times, the company said in a release.
The sliding baseplate and platen flatbed operation give users the flexibility to customize a variety of cotton and cotton-blend products, including specialty apparel items, accessories, gifts, interior décor and more. The XT-640S also offers a digital workflow with pre-defined print environments.
The XT-640S uses CMYK and high-density white INKU Eco Passport-certified DTG inks, which were formulated to produce vibrancy on white or colored garments, the company said.
For more information on the new printer, visit rolanddga.com/XT-640S.
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