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Roland DG launches Texart XT-640S-F

Textile Solutions

Roland DG has announced the launch of the new Texart XT-640S-F, a flexible, hybrid direct to textile and direct to garment solution designed to meet the growing demand for short run printing in the apparel and textile industry.

Inspired by the rise of limited edition collections and ‘fashion drops’ – clothing items sold in small batches, heavily promoted via social media – the XT-640S-F is tailor made for short run printing. A digital printer with virtually no set up required, it can decorate different sizes, colours and types of garment within the same print run, as well as seamlessly switching from direct to garment and direct to textile without changing machine.

The machine can be used to create fashion, sports and leisurewear, apparel and street attire. It is also perfect for those looking to build prototype versions of a clothing item or create a one off piece for a show.

Paul Willems, director of business development and product management at Roland DG EMEA, commented: ‘In recent months, we have been working in collaboration with a number of our Italian textile customers to design a flatbed machine that is purpose built for the ‘fashion drop’ generation. The result is the Texart XT-640S-F, our most flexible textile printer to date, and a product that will help garment manufacturers to capitalise on the demand for short run printing and incorporate it into their workflows.’

The Texart XT-640S-F can print onto broad spectrum of fabrics including cotton, cotton rich blends, white polyester, denim and leather. Its CMYK plus high density white set up delivers vibrant printing onto both white and coloured garments. With excellent wash test performance and Eco Passport by Oeko-Tex certification, it also provides a high quality, eco friendly solution for long lasting results.

The product is available in three bed sizes, with a vacuum table included, and offers an optional jig system enabling up to six garments to be printed in a single workflow. Operators can ‘load and leave’ instead of constantly supervising the print process, freeing them up to focus on other activities. A one litre bulk ink system is also available to reduce printing costs and minimise daily tasks.


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