Apsom to unveil Roland dye-sublimation printer at Media Expo 2019

Multi-functional and cost-effective textile printer

Roland DG Texart RT-640M dye sublimation textile printer.

Apsom Infotex, the sole distributor of Roland DG printers in India, a provider of wide-format inkjet printers and printer/cutters, will introduce the new dye-sublimation multifunctional printer Texart RT-640M at its stand D10 in Hall 10, Media Expo from 6 to 8 September 2019 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.

The affordable and versatile dye-sublimation printer, Texart RT-640M, offers better graphic results and the freedom to print onto both ways – through transfer paper and direct-to-fabric, using the same specially formulated Texart SBL3 sublimation inks. This multi-functional printer is the best fit for those who are exploring business
propositions in custom sign, graphics, décor and apparel business. With newly added
unique capabilities to expand and simplify dye-sublimation, RT-640M can print
directly onto coated polyester fabrics as well as dye-sublimation transfer paper.

The RT-640M is available in 4 color (C,M,Y,K), 8 color (C,M,Y,K,Lc,Lm,Or,Vi) and 8-
color fluorescent (CMYKOrViFyFp) configurations. In addition, it is equipped with
the ErgoSoft Roland Edition-2 RIP software, which has been specifically designed for use with Texart printers.

The RT-640M advanced features maximize print quality, productivity and convenience. The media take-up incorporates adjustable front rollers for no-skew printing, as well as magnet weights for improved tensioning and performance.

The 8 channel printheads deliver color and image results on a wide range of materials while optimizing ink coverage for lower operating costs. Deborshi Paul Choudhary, business head, Apsom Infotex said, “There is a wide scope for RT-640M printer for applications such as flags, banners, backlit, indoor POP, curtain, bed cover,
tablecloths, scarf, bags, handkerchief. Additionally, its compact appearance and
ability to produce high-quality sharp image would make it a more profitable investment.”

Apart from the Texart RT-640M, Apsom Infotex will be displaying Roland DG’s range
of printers, which include SolJet EJ-640 – an eco-solvent printer, the latest UV
technology RF-640 UV and direct to object UV LED flatbed printer – Versa UV LEF-

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