Quadient, formerly known as Neopost, is set to host its open days where it will put under the spotlight HP’s stitch dye sublimation textile printers.
The open days will be hosted in Sydney and Melbourne, on December 3 and December 10 respectively.
HP’s stitch dye sublimation textile printers were first launched in Australia at the recent PrintEx 19 tradeshow in Sydney.
The three models in the range are supported by HP inks and transfer papers, and are available from Quadient.
The first is the HP Stitch S300, an entry-level model measuring 1.6m wide. It features built-in colour measurement, profiling, and CMYK user replaceable print heads.
As for the HP Stitch S500 model, it boasts productivity with its dual CMYK print carriage and built-in colour measurement and profiling.
The last is the HP Stitch S10000, a bigger 3.2m ultra-high-productivity model that prints at up to 220 sqm/hr.
All three printers print in deep blacks and vivid colours, and aim to give users the versatility to print direct-to-fabric as well as on transfer paper, delivering sharp and high-quality results even on high-density jobs like backlits or flags.
It is also designed for interior décor as from sample to final production, designs can be repeated with stable colours, even over long periods of time. From bed linens to curtains and cushions to roller blinds, the HP Stitch S Printers series prints on a wide range of media and polyester fabrics.
The open days will also showcase working presentations at two sessions.
The first will be at 10.30am to 1pm, while the second will be at 2.30pm to 5.30pm.
Registration is required and can be done so here: http://go.neopostgraphics.com.au/hp-stitch-series/
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