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Solvent printer machine

Solvent printer machine is a new application in the digital heat transfer market now. Digital heat transfer products and technology is the development and extension of the traditional heat transfer, and now its development has been formed in the market.
It is used for printing on any advertising materials, such as flex banner, vinyl sticker, one-way vision, PP paper, Photo paper, wallpaper etc.
The solvent printer comes with solvent inks, low-cost price and used for outdoor.
There is Seiko, Konica printheads for optional for the solvent.
If there is one thing we know about business, it’s that change will happen. Technology, markets, and opportunities are all evolving right beneath our feet.
The large format industry is now facing the same challenges and the opportunities that come with this evolution. In this segment, there are many factors that can impact production time, and hardware alone cannot solve these challenges anymore. To be successful today, large format printers must bring an automated solution to their business processes.
There are several factors driving the need for large format printers to start or increase, automation of their production workflows.
First is the cost of production.
For large format printers to succeed today and grow in the future, we must improve processes and ensure that small mistakes don’t become big problems.

Why Don’t Decorators Use The Newest Technologies?

Hailed as the next big thing in decoration, DTG and sublimation continue to improve – but the majority of decorators haven’t bought in. Is the time finally right for your shop?

Last year, online fashion accounted for nearly 20% of retail e-commerce sales in the United States – a total of more than $458 billion. This massive sum of business is changing expectations for apparel customers, who thirst for on-demand personalized garments that can be manufactured in small quantities and delivered at incredible speeds. “Online shopping has turned the idea of supply and demand on its head,” says Omer Kulka, VP of marketing and product strategy for Kornit, which manufactures digital inkjet printers for the apparel decoration industry. “Instead of selling what we’ve already manufactured, we’re being asked to manufacture what we’ve already sold.”

The truth is this emerging model can be difficult to capture with screen printing and other manual decoration methods. By contrast, digital techniques such as direct-to-garment printing (DTG) and sublimation are perfect for it; they deliver quick, customized designs with one-piece minimums, conveniently leaving room for constantly changing apparel trends.

DTG and dye-sublimation aren’t that new; their primitive origins date back decades, and their current commercial forms are old enough to have been Bar Mitzvahed. But the belief is these techniques are on the rise. In fact, the digital decoration techniques were ranked first and second in the Wearables State of the Industry survey when decorators were asked which techniques would exhibit the most growth in the next five years.

That’s a look into the future; the current reality is a different story. Only a third of decorators offer sublimation, while a quarter offer DTG – both figures declining from 2016. (Embroidery, heat transfers and screen printing rate much higher.) Only 13% of decorators plan to add either of these techniques this year. Buyer recognition of these digital techniques also lags significantly behind other methods.

Equipment manufacturers continue to refine these technologies, aggressively seeking ways to make them faster, user-friendly, durable and cost-effective. Still, manufacturers and decorators agree that several challenging factors remain: the up-front investment and everyday cost of printing, a steep learning curve with new technology, production bottlenecks and the necessity of bringing in steady business to maintain the machines.

And yet, with all that said, digital decoration techniques have proved they have a purpose and place in apparel shops. “The online revolution is a major force that’s pushing everyone into space where we have the technology to make decorators more profitable – if they’re willing to make the leap,” Kulka says.

What is the application for a UV flatbed printer?

WER-E2000UV flatbed UV printer, affordable high-performance 3D printer for $4999.
Print large parts quickly at great resolution. Includes 1-year warranty and free lifetime tech support.

The applications of UV Printer is unlimited. Your imagination is the only limit. These days UV Printers are fast and more economical. You can print on almost all materials like Metal, Wood, Plastic, Acrylic, Stone and rounded objects like the bottle. You can print 3D textured graphic as well. Visit UV Printer Applications for more details.

1).A3 size UV Flatbed Printer WER-E2000UV is modified from EPSON R2000 with longer life of 100W LED UV lamp,
Automatic Height Adjustment, molding aeronautical aluminum alloy structure ensures accuracy.

2). High performance, support to print white and color ink in one pass with our RIP Software, 3pt
font printing and low relief effect, the best solution for custom printing on transparent or dark color materials.

3). Instant print & instant dry, no need pre-coating, UV proof, waterproof, scratch proof, which is superior
to traditional screen printing.

4). Easy operation & simple production. No matter a simple block color pattern, full-color pattern or a
gradient color pattern, the printer can do in one procedure and it can also print mass production in one
template with different photos.

5). Wide application of personalized print: Suitable for printing on gifts, badges, signs, glasses, hair grip,
cards, leather, PVC board, crystal, wood, metal, U disk, mobile phone cases, IPAD cases and other materials.

Printing jigs are customized products due to different materials and thickness, helping you to position the printing materials fast and previously.

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