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Roland at Printwear & Promotion Live

Quick turnaround and limitless customisation with a new direct-to-garment printer.

21st April 2022

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Birmingham, United Kingdom

Sports/​Outdoor, Clothing/​Footwear

Roland DG will be showcasing several popular and new-to-market products and solutions, including its Texart XT-640S-DTG multi-station, direct-to-garment printer, at Printwear & Promotion Live, which takes place from April 24-26 at the NEC in Birmingham, UK.

The Texart XT-640S-DTG uses a unique sliding baseplate and jig design to print durable, full-colour designs directly onto a wide range of garments of different sizes to allow for maximum versatility and customisation, especially on short production runs. The machine’s eco-friendly-certified primers and inks also allow print professionals to produce products that meet growing sustainability demands.

Meanwhile, with unmatched print quality and precision contour cutting, no job is out of scope for the TrueVIS SG3-300 printer/cutter. Users can produce anything from custom T-shirts to personalised bags with a reliable heat-transfer printing solution. The machine offers premium print quality and excellent colour, alongside an intuitive and user-friendly operation.

“Today’s garment market demands quick turnarounds and limitless customisation, combined with an increased demand from customers for eco-friendly products,” said Rob Goleniowski, head of sales for the UK and Ireland at Roland DG EMEA. “We look forward to introducing the capabilities of our highly versatile machines and exploring the latest trends and innovations in the industry. Our products and services are designed to meet all business needs, whether that’s improved efficiency, boosting output capabilities or widening product portfolios.We are delighted to be able to meet in person with our dealers and customers once again.”

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