UniNet to Highlight Digital Transfer Printing Solutions @ SGIA 2018

UniNet to Highlight Digital Transfer Printing Solutions @ SGIA 2018

August 2018, Los Angeles, CA, USA : UniNet, a worldwide technology-driven OEM providing on-demand digital print technology, will be showcasing a wide range of digital transfer printing products from their iColor® Printing Solutions line at the upcoming SGIA in Las Vegas, NV. Taking place in booth #4502, UniNet will cover all aspects of digital toner transfer process for garments and hard surfaces using white toner – ranging from printing, to pressing, to decorating. The team will demonstrate how digital transfer printing provides new revenue possibilities with the ability to produce short run personalized items on demand, and how it is also a cost-effective alternative to screen printing and direct-to-garment (DTG). There will be the opportunity to talk to the experts and see live demonstrations of equipment, including the newly released iColor® 550 Digital Transfer Printer.

Taking the place of many printers, the iColor® 550 is a multipurpose printing solution developed for the transfer production of garments, hard surface, and marketing customization, as well as print production of labels, banners, stationery, and more. The flexibility of this new printer allows users to create heat transfer prints with white overprint, white underprint, and regular CMYK prints without white – making it the most versatile digital transfer printer on the market. Cost savings and creative potential are further enhanced with the included iColor ProRIP™ Software featuring color management and other functionalities. Maximize the iColor 550 printing capabilities with optionally available specialty toner kits including dye sublimation, fluorescent, clear, and security colors.

Also being presented is the new iColor® SmartCUT™ software, which allows users to easily print and press oversized images onto apparel and hard surfaces. This ground-breaking application turns any iColor® 500, 550 and 600 transfer printer into a tabloid ‘plus’ capable machine, allowing for the splitting and splicing of one graphic across two printed transfer sheets for pressing onto large items.


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