Focus on Digital Printing TheMagicTouch Affordable image transfer solutions

If there ever a time to be offering more products to both existing and new customers it’s now. TheMagicTouch continues to offer affordable image transfer solutions that assist in creating pro-active marketing opportunities for users. Having pioneered full colour garment decoration with the no cutting, no weeding WoW and T.One transfers the company again introduces more unique applications using the now established C,M,Y,K and white toner-based printer technology.

TheMagicTouch transfer process uses 10 different paper options

When investing in any digital technology there are some key factors that need to be considered. Potential buyers need to understand the full range of printable products possible from their investment, the actual running cost, warranty cost beyond the first year and more importantly feel confident in generating and maintaining sufficient print volumes needed to see a good profit and return on investment. TheMagicTouch transfer process using 10 different paper options enables full colour imaging to almost any garment any colour for many markets including workwear, sportswear, promotional and fashion sectors. Combined with other marketable promotional and B2B gift products simply creates marketing ammunition. The company continues to work closely with many major clothing brands in perfecting solutions for full colour decoration of new and popular garments and

accessories that include different fabric compositions such as cotton, polyester, softshell, denim, nylon, performance fabrics, canvas and even leather.

Jim Nicol, UK managing director, said: “Garment decorators need to offer more products and services to their existing clients which is easy to say, but harder to implement. However, we have proven methods perfected over many years that work, are affordable and effective in generating sales and enhancing the customer experience.”

Ser.Tec. Covering all aspects of the market

Ser.Tec. DTG printers include the new IDTG 2 and the Eagle TX series to cover the market from small to large format.

IDTG 2 is a new DTG printer that features two independent platens with a total print size of 40x50cm.

The printer mounts two latest generation print heads designed for printing on fabric configurable in 2xCMYK or CMYK + white. The Eagle TX series consists of many models that differ for print size and head number.

The small Eagle TX 50 features a print area of 70x50cm and a single print head that can be configured for 2xCMYK or CMYK+W. For Eagle TX 70 (70x150cm) and Eagle TX 130 (130x150cm) there is the possibility to mount two independent print heads with a channel configuration of 2xCMYK + 8xwhite that can drastically increase printer output without compromises on print quality. For an extra flexibility instead the two heads can be equipped with different inks like water-based and sublimatic or reactive that can be used individually without need to purchase two separated machines. The last printer that is a part of the Eagle TX series is the Eagle TX S, designed for large production needs. This printer is equipped with two, three or four print heads and can be equipped with a return belt to build an automatic printing line with more output capability and fewer manpower needed to run the production with one single person that can load and unload the printer on a single station.

Both IDTG 2 and Eagle series printers are equipped with an open ink system that reduce ink waste with white ink under constant recirculation and can be customised with custom size or shape platens. All machines are controlled by professional RIP software WhiteRIP with specific function to increase the production and reduce the inks consumption.

This features include hotfolder with XML parameters, an advance profiling solution, print with template and colour optimise function based on garment colour. | 50 | October 2020

Three models make up the Eagle TX series

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