July '19

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5 8 P R I N T W E A R J U L Y 2 0 1 9 5 8 P R I N T W E A R J U L Y 2 0 1 9 For more on the suppliers featured in this section, please see website and phone information following each product. THE LATEST ELECTRIC PRINTER The ElectraPrint Automatic Printer by Brown Manu- facturing runs off electricity to make the machines quieter to run, easier to maintain, and less expen- sive to operate. They also reportedly produce a much more consistent printing result compared to common air driven systems as there is no risk of expensive airline and valve contamination or need for air compressor, air chiller, regulators, or air lines. Available as both a Stealth Series and a Junior Series, this versatile printer is simple to maintain and oper- ate. Features include micro registration, never-wear bearings, and the iMade programming system. 616-249-0200 TWO-HEAD MACHINE The Highland HM/D-1502C5 is a compact two-head 15-needle em- broidery machine with a footprint of only 4' wide. It is said to embroider at speeds up to 1,000 stitches per minute and has a 19" X 15" sewing field. Other features include the RPS unbreakable reciprocator, an 8" touchscreen control panel, and a large design memory capable of hold- ing 400 designs or 16 million stitches in memory. 800-330-3867 COMPACT AUTOMATIC The new Rapidtag LP4XL from ASPE Inc is an affordable and com- pact automatic screen printing machine. The LP4XL comes with four print heads, one flash cure, and a 12" X 12" printing area. 951-296-2595 HIGH-SPEED SUBLIMATION PRINTER DigiFab System Inc's StampaJet K2/K4-Series high-speed dye sublimation printers come in two widths, with either two or four Kyocera industrial print head configurations. The StampaJet K-Series new head design and paper handling capabilities provides versatile ink control and the use of light- weight paper with a subsequent lower cost. High-volume run time and print speeds up to 3,380 ft2/h, with the option of 4-, 6-, or 8-color printing opens new opportunities to digital sublimation printing. This machine is capable of up to 1,200 X 1,200 dpi output with the ability to print in various modes, all of which are selectable with the bundled Evolution RIP software. Exclusive Vibra K sublimation inks pro- duce a wide color gamut. Due to the high print speed-integrated heated front plate for drying printed paper, heating just after printing assures the print is dry and will not be damaged when taking up on the rewind roller. DigiFab's high-density Vibra K inks ship in large capacity bottles and connect directly to ink-feed systems. It also features built-in tension control, which precisely feeds the paper, making it an ideal dye-sublimation solution for both high-speed and high-quality sublimation printing. 877-344-4322 AUTO PRESS Lawson Screen & Digital Products releases the Express EX automatic screen printing press. This automatic press features the latest technology, including production monitoring and system diagnostics, an innovative HMI touchscreen interface con- trol and production ready AC Motor-Drive print heads. The Express EX builds upon the 20-plus years of experience from the Trooper Express. Lawson's exclusive HMI interface provides control over all job vari- ables. Built-in training tutorials minimize any learning curve and make training new employees as easy as watching a video. The reportedly intuitive touchscreen inter- face allows for quick mastery and the abil- ity to dial-in exact print settings every time. Production can be remotely monitored from your phone and more. 314-382-9300 MULTI-HEAD EQUIPMENT Ricoma's latest technology, the CHT2, is available in four to 12 heads. This high- speed multi-head embroidery machine stitches on caps and flats with accuracy and precision. With a 16" X 18" embroidery area, the CHT2 can embroider on anything from bags and totes to jackets and hoodies. 305-418-4421

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