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DTG Digital to Launch New Q Hybrid Series Direct-To-Garment/Transfer Printers

DTG Digital to Launch New Q Hybrid Series Direct-To-Garment/Transfer Printers

DTG Digital has announced the launch of the latest addition to its DTG garment printer series – the Q Hybrid Series direct-to-garment printers. The Q Hybrid Series printers are for both direct to garment printing (DTG) and direct to film (DTF) for heat transfer applications from a single printing platform. The Q Hybrid Series printers enable garment decorators to expand the range of products they can decorate using both direct and indirect garment decoration methods.

The Q Hybrid Series is available in three models - Q1, Q2 and Q4. Each model caters to different production volume requirements rivalling the production capabilities of an entry-level industrial printer but at a much lower price point. For example, the Q1 is capable of producing up to 50 dark garments per hour. The Q4 model can produce 200 pieces per hour.

DTG Digital CEO Steve Richardson says, “The Q Hybrid Series enables users to significantly boost production volume on T-shirts, apparel, and other fabric products with next-level DTG printing technology and production capability. A first of its kind, the Q Hybrid Series incorporates transfer printing by way of proprietary reverse firmware creating a true hybrid industrial process where seamless direct and transfer prints are produced on a single printing platform. The Q Hybrid Series provides customers with the efficiency, versatility, and flexibility needed to scale up production output instantly. With its unique multi-qlvp vacuum platen design, the Q Hybrid Series can match the performance and productivity of multiple platen DTG printers. This makes it ideal for screen print operations looking to expand into DTG for web-to-print or fulfil smaller runs they’ve had to turn away. It’s also the perfect solution for existing DTG printer owners who print-on-demand and want to increase output.”

 

 

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