High Speed Fedar FD51915 Textile Printer
At present, under the background of the domestic epidemic and “double carbon”, some industries are facing a major reshuffle, and there are numerous phenomena such as outflow of orders. Here we recommend a device suitable for large-scale printing processing manufacturers – Fedar FD51915E digital sublimation printer.
Fedar FD51915E is a 15-head thermal transfer digital printing equipment, which can print more than 300 meters in one hour.
Equipped with Epson I3200-A1 nozzle, a single nozzle with 3200 nozzles, high printing accuracy and fast printing speed in the same working area. Its unique VSDT (Variable Droplet Technology) can freely control the size of the ejected ink droplets, thereby reducing the graininess of the picture, presenting more picture details, smooth color transition, and high saturation, thereby achieving high-quality print output.
The working principle is: through digital inkjet printing, the pattern in the computer is printed on the thermal transfer paper in high definition by computer processing, and then transferred to the corresponding product by thermal transfer.
There is no limit to the pattern color registration, and the size of the repeating unit can also be freely determined, and the concept of fabric edge can be ignored within a certain range. Therefore, you can carry out various designs according to your own preferences. This freedom of design enables designers to give full play to their innovative ability, be more creative in the performance of pattern composition, and bring new ideas to designers in the application of fabrics. point.
Digital printing dyes are ink-on-demand, which reduces chemical waste and waste water discharge; low noise when ink-jetting, quiet and clean, no environmental pollution, and truly realizes green production.
Fedar Printer focuses on DTF Printer, Sublimation Printer and Textile Printer more than 15 years. Fedar is a Professional Manufacture of Printers in China.
At present, Fedar products have been sold to all over the world, including U.S.A., Canada, Germany, Poland, Brazil, Peru, Australia, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, India, Thailand, Philippines, Pakistan and other more than 30 countries.