Roland DG to demonstrate Texart XT-640S-DTG printer at FESPA 2020

Speed, accuracy and versatility of textile printers

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Roland DG at FESPA 2020
Roland DG at FESPA 2020

Roland DG announced that it will showcase its new Texart XT-640S-DTG printer at the FESPA Global Print Expo in Madrid, Spain. This latest addition to Roland’s Texart range is a multi-station direct-to-garment printer that prints full-color graphics directly onto cotton-based t-shirts and apparel, quickly and colorfully.

In-demand cotton products, printed-on-demand

The Roland Texart range delivers reliable, good-quality output on-demand, enabling mass customization of textile products. The new Texart XT-640S-DTG enables users to print durable, full-color designs, photos, logos, and text directly onto a wide range of cotton, cotton-rich and white polyester t-shirts and apparel. CMYK and high-density White sublimation inks achieve vibrant effects on white or colored garments, all with a natural look and feel.

A t-shirt can be printed in as little as 8 seconds, while the unique sliding baseplate and docking jig design allows different sizes of jigs to be combined for maximum versatility, especially on short production runs. The latest ErgoSoft Roland RIP with variable data and an auto-white function makes direct-to-garment production extremely efficient.

Discover the new Texart XT-640S-DTG at FESPA

The Texart XT-640S-DTG will be on display at the FESPA Global Print Expo from 24 to 27 March 2020, where Roland will invite visitors to discover new digital opportunities at stand C60 in hall 7.

Paul Willems, Roland DG’s director of Business Development and Product Management, says, “The new Texart XT-640S-DTG is another great example of the opportunities offered by Roland digital technology. Its speed, accuracy, and versatility make it ideal for garment suppliers moving from screen printing to digital, those already running multiple direct-to-garment machines, brands bringing production in-house, garment embroidery businesses looking to diversify their product offering, and many more. The digital direct-to-garment printing market is set to grow and grow, and we’re looking forward to helping more of our customers join it.”

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