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Encad has also responded to marketplace demands to use lower-cost printers to image to lower-cost materials. To enable smaller shop owners to use uncoated vinyls on an under-$13,000 Encad printer, Encad engineers worked with chemists from DuPont and vinyl experts at Avery to develop the VinylJet? printer and infrared-curable aqueous inks (AquaVinyl? inks). As with the latest formulations of mild-solventinks, a heating system onboard the printer helps the ink adhere to the media and dries the printed graphics. However, because the Encad NovaJet is a thermal inkjet printer and uses heat to eject lower-viscosity ink droplets, the VinylJet requires a more robust onboard heater–in this case an infrared heater. Consequently, the VinylJet can't image to paper and it requires a 220-V power supply.



Interior Décor and Textile Printing: What Equipment Do You Need?

The First Installment of the new Interior Décor and Textiles Webinar Series, Bridging the Gap Between Commercial Peel-and-Stick Wall Graphics & Professional Home Décor, focuses on the technology used for these applications. Our expert panel of speakers cover topics such as what equipment to purchase, what to look for when purchasing, and the various applications you can offer with the equipment you currently have. Watch the first episode, sponsored by TVF, above.

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