Polyprint shows new TexjetPLUS direct to garment printer at FESPA 2015
Greek manufacturer Polyprint displaying new direct to garment digital printing hardware at FESPA 2015.
The TexjetPLUS will offer the same well known high quality and long term reliability as the best selling Texjet plus a number of new improved characteristics, such as increased printing speed by 20%, improved White ink performance due to pressurized ink cartridge system, while maintaining the same big printable size (42x60cm).
Another plus is the printer’s reduced price which now makes it even more affordable to custom t-shirt printers.
Printing on dark garments, without pre-coating, at a cost of 0,09 € per garment and with a production of up to 60 dark garments per hour, is now possible with Texjet Plus Advanced printer and Polyprint’s know-how.
Polyprint’s bestseller, the Texjet Plus Advanced printer is the ideal solution for start-up companies, that require a minimum investment to high production demands. The company highlights that the Texjet Plus Advanced is the only direct to garment printer that can stay idle up to 30 days without ink cartridges removal and zero ink waste.
Polyprint S.A. is a family run business specialized in solutions for Digital Textile Printing. Based in Thessaloniki, Greece, an area with long history in the field of textile printing, home to numerous t-shirt printing companies, most of them experts in high fashion t-shirt printing.
After 10 years of experience of absolute focus and specialisation on DTG technology, Polyprint achieved to sell through its distributor network thousands of printers all over the world.
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