Sabur Digital will be stocking two new industrial printers from DGI: the HSFT III and the FH-3204.
The DGI HSFT III is a high speed, dye-sublimation textile printer and is part of DGI’s stunning Fabrijet Series. It’s a product that has massive benefits for high volume textile manufacturers, such as those involved with home furnishings, fashion or sportswear.
This printer features the latest generation industrial Kyocera print heads, giving users unbelievable durability and performance. By staggering the four print heads, you’ll be getting print speeds of up to 250sq m/hr ensuring that productivity isn’t an issue. Then, factor in the convenience of being able to use jumbo rolls, due to the HSFT III boasting a heavy-duty take-up system, too.
It’s all about quantity and quality with the DGI HSFT III: another new feature is the printer’s print carriage movement system, hosting a linear motor for increased print accuracy vs a standard belt driven system – and when you add that to the printer’s variable dot technology you’ll also be getting the increased accuracy of printing that your company wants, needs and deserves.
The FH-3204 is a 3.2metre wide hybrid sublimation printer and is ideal for any companies that use products at exhibitions or for point of sale, such as flags or banners. It allows users to print both paper transfer sublimation and direct to textile sublimation.
It features variable dot technology and the latest generation industrial Kyocera printheads, with an in-line arrangement that allows for up to six different colour channels. It also has a maximum print speed of 155sq m/hr ensuring that the FH-3204 is reliable.
Sabur’s digital development director, Aaron Burton, said: “We can’t wait to supply these two exceptional industrial printers to our clients. DGI are noted for their reliability, production quality and speed, and that’s why we are proud to supply a range of their products. They’re also market leaders in technical innovation too, and this is shown by both the DGI HSFT III and the FH-3204 offering real-time production updates through their dedicated app.”