PrinterEvolution’s new D5300 DS sublimation printer measures 209 in. and features an inline calender for one-step imaging. Users can print multiple rolls simultaneously, and an integrated sewing system automatically attaches new rolls.
The D5300 DS is configurable with four or eight Kyocera printheads, engineered for variable droplet printing as small as 4 pL, and designed to print without light colors for up to 50% reduction in ink usage. Features include a 5-L bulk ink system, and print speeds reach as high as 3440 sq ft/hr.
The machine’s heating drum offers electronic setting abilities designed for consistent fixation. An inline cutting system uses six adjustable blades to cut media vertically after sublimation.
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