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PRODUCT News No weed laser transfer for textiles


Impression Technology International, manufacturers of the DTG digital range of garment printers are now offering the DTG Trans Slam A3/Tabloid Laser Transfer System - the “TST3 DTG Trans Slam” - a high definition white and colour toner printer for textile and non textile markets. A full range of transfer media has been


created to work exclusively with the “TST3 DTG Trans Slam” and allows for self weeding high opacity white and colour hi definition toners to be transferred to black Polyester and cotton garments, leather Rayon and Spandex plus all natural fibres with a unique white underbase. Additionally transfers with white are now


possible for metals, wood and plastics for varied industries as well. Jerry Erich of Impression Technology


claims: “The new TST3 Trans Slam is a revolution in the garment decorating market and at a price point that allows new industries revenue options that have never been available before. The ability to decorate all colour garments and all natural and synthetic fibres is a first and quite literally a breakthrough technology. We have worked very closely with a leading laser manufacturer in creating a white toner over several years that is extremely easy to use and provides stunning 1200dpi resolution results.”


The A3 laser transfer system is supplied with three transfer


papers; one for textile decoration where a 15 second heat press is all that is needed to transfer to all colour garments including black, an additional white booster sheet for extra high opacity prints and a hard surface paper that allows transfer to hard surfaces like plastic, metal, glass and ceramic. Jerry Erich continues: “The


industry has been looking for a low cost decoration solution that included white. As laser transfers are already seen as a preferred decoration process in many industries – having white just expands everyone's opportunities greatly. It’s affordable and cost per decoration including toners and transfer papers is equal to most DTG printing processes. We are very excited about the TST3 Trans Slam and are looking to release to our Global dealer network during April this year.” The TST3 is an A3 /Tabloid


sized printer with white toner that prints 23 pages per minute. A supporting RIP for white toner and colour management for fabric and non fabric decoration is included. 1200dpi resolutions with hi definition micro fine toners deliver exceptional print quality. For


further please visit information the website


www.dtgdigital.com or email direct to jerry@impressiontechnology.com


24 Sign Update ISSUE 135 MARCH/APRIL 2012


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