Dye Sublimation Transfer Printing for Large Format Printer(2)

Dye Sublimation Transfer Printing for Large Format Printer(2) - GetWin Industrial Co., LTD

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Today, you can print on textiles with many different kinds of inks, including UV-cured (such as on Durst Rho 351R). But if you wish to handle a wide range of fabrics, especially those that stretch, then you should concentrate on a dedicated textile printer (DigiFab, Yuhan-Kimberly, etc).
During 2009-2010 FLAAR will be updating its coverage of all aspects of textile printing. An example of this was visiting the world headquarters of the textile ink portion of Sensient, in Morges, Switzerland. Sensient flew Dr Hellmuth there for training recently. He has also been guest at textile printing companies elsewhere around the world, such as inspecting the factory where the VU-180 is manufactured in Korea).
As soon as we visit other dye-sublimation ink companies and visit other textile printer manufacturers, we will update this page.For additional help, tips, introduction to dye-sublimation printers.
For additional information and for help making your decision, ask for the "FLAAR report on inkjet printing of textiles" (specify whether for home-hobby, for business, or whether you need dye sublimation heat transfer textile printers).

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Since there are differences between the various classes of textile printers, you might wish also to track down the FLAAR report on "Piezo vs Thermal printheads, fact vs fiction, pros and cons of each kind of inkjet printhead."
If this will be your first printer, then we have a special report that holds your hand and leads you through all the basic questions that will assist a first-time buyer of a large format printer. Purchase the FLAAR report on "RIP + Help." This explains what RIP software is, why this is useful, and includes tips, warnings, information, and help for a wide range of matters for a newbie. Here you will really appreciate that FLAAR is based at a university; Professor Hellmuth has plenty of experience writing in a manner that explains what you need, and why.
Or, you can simply telephone DigiFab in the USA (toll-free, 1 877-DIGIFAB) or contact Yuhan-Kimberly (DTPLink) (they cover the entire world). Yuhan-Kimberly is a branch of Kimberly-Clark (yes, same company whose products such as Kleenix you use frequently). DigiFab is an experienced textile printing company that also has their own textile RIP (Evolution RIP). Naturally these two companies are separate (and competitors), but the FLAAR policy is to assist our readers to learn the full gamut of possibilities. We feature those printer manufacturers where we have visited their company headquarters, usually more than once, to learn about their capabilities.

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