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Focus on Digital Printing Xpres


New Epson SureColor SC-F3000 available now


Xpres has continued to grow its presence in the DTG market with the next generation from Epson, the SureColor SC-F3000, available for pre-order and demonstrations now. This production-level printer speedily delivers high volume, top of the range quality with industry low ink costs; partly due to a 9L capacity bulk ink system alongside 1.5L ink pouches. Featuring new Epson production head technology and supplied with a new bulk ink system and stand, this latest machine is designed to appeal to T shirt printers with medium to high volume output. It is perfect for those that demand top quality results and print flexibility for a variety of garments. Able to produce full-sized platen, dark T shirt prints in less than 60 seconds, the SC-F3000 is positioned above the Epson SC-F2100 in the Xpres DTG product range, which includes a variety of DTG-specific heat presses and pre-treatment machines, as well as printable clothing, such as organic cotton tees.


Epson SureColor SC-F3000 www.xpres.co.uk Dae Ha UK Knowing the origin…


Provenance is a word more readily associated with the food we buy, so how much do you know about the products you work with, and supply to your customers? Dae Ha, based in Seoul, Korea, is a family owned business which has been at forefront of digital HTV technology since 1986, with the sole aim of producing the highest quality products suitable for a global market. Predominately supplying under white label to distributors that cover all four corners of the globe, Dae Ha also supplies competing HTV manufacturers, with products they do not produce themselves, such is its expertise. All Dae Ha products are ethically produced and tested by renowned global test house SGS, and while current technology does not allow for organic films to be manufactured, that will withstand the longevity required of its products, Dae Ha’s vision is to become the world’s first HTV manufacturer producing fully recyclable, and/ or organic HTV and digital HTV.


For customers of Dae Ha UK, the benefits of buying directly from a manufacture enables an unrivalled quality to price ratio, and with a portfolio of exclusive films such as One Flex PU, Digital PU, and range of sublimation films and papers, an added competitive edge for your business too.


Dae Ha has been at the forefront of digital HTV technology since 1986


www.garmentfilms.co.uk


Roland DG (UK)


Enter the personalisation market at a running pace


With the demand for personalised garments increasing at a continual rate, there is growing pressure on traditional manufacturers, like screen printers, to adopt more flexible solutions. Established businesses also need equipment that can keep up with their current production and efficiently start generating a return from day one. Roland DG’s XT-640S-DTG is a production-level digital garment printer with a multi-unit jig system designed for efficiency and ease-of-use. Able to print multiple distinct shirts, hoodies or other items in a single run, this is the direct to garment option for businesses who want to enter the personalisation market at a running pace.


www.rolanddg.co.uk | 48 | October 2020 www.printwearandpromotion.co.uk


XT-640S-DTG


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