Safe nozzle cleaning and moisturing system is automatically with handsfree maintenance, which preventing the nozzle from clogging and makes the printing operation more convenient.
Eliminate the need and demanding action of frequently checking the ink level as it features a system that gives low ink notification, thereby ensuring continuity of printing operation.
Intelligently synchronized with printing, energy saving, and emission reduction. The temperature can be adjusted according to the current situation during printing.
Auto-feeding and take-up paper system which makes the force evener and the paper smoother. This feature offers enough power to handle non-stop work and precise media movement.
Single pass: Many print heads are used to cover the whole substrate at once, which increases the total cost. But it produces high quality images at a fast speed.
Multiple passes: It costs less as a reduced number of printheads are needed. The printing process is quite slow as it goes over the substrate several times, but delivers better image quality as parts that were omitted at first will be done properly at the next pass.
|Printer Type||DTF Printer||Sublimation Printer|
|Printing Process||Printing on white polyester film and then transferring it onto the fabric with the help of a powder layer activated by heat||Heating ink and transferring the dye onto the fabric through sublimation|
|Printing Material||Printing on polyester and cotton fabrics, as well as other materials such as denim, leather, and nylon||Printing only on polyester and polymer-coated substrates such as ceramics, metal, and glass|
|Ink Used||White ink is used to print on colored fabrics||Dye ink is used to print on specifically coated substrates|
|Print Quality||Provides a vibrant and vibrant color on any kind of fabric.||Offers a soft-textured print with a low hand-feel in comparison to screen printing.|
|Durability||Provides high durability of prints with excellent wash and rub fastness||Inks don’t fade even after long exposure to outdoor elements|
|Cost||Requires a lesser initial investment and produces more economical prints||Requires an initial investment in equipment and additional cost for specifically coated substrates|