Used Polyprint TexJet Plus Advanced Direct to Garment DTG Printer

Used Polyprint TexJet Plus Advanced Direct to Garment DTG Printer
Used Polyprint TexJet Plus Advanced Direct to Garment DTG Printer
Used Polyprint TexJet Plus Advanced Direct to Garment DTG Printer
Used Polyprint TexJet Plus Advanced Direct to Garment DTG Printer
Used Polyprint TexJet Plus Advanced Direct to Garment DTG Printer
Used Polyprint TexJet Plus Advanced Direct to Garment DTG Printer
Used Polyprint TexJet Plus Advanced Direct to Garment DTG Printer
Used Polyprint TexJet Plus Advanced Direct to Garment DTG Printer
Used Polyprint TexJet Plus Advanced Direct to Garment DTG Printer
Used Polyprint TexJet Plus Advanced Direct to Garment DTG Printer
Used Polyprint TexJet Plus Advanced Direct to Garment DTG Printer
Used Polyprint TexJet Plus Advanced Direct to Garment DTG Printer

Used Polyprint TexJet Plus Advanced Direct to Garment DTG Printer
I bought this printer because of how incredible the test videos were on YouTube. Then I saw the TexJet Plus Advanced Direct printing the cover of The Killing Joke and was blown away by the fine details and just how crisp that white base layer was. I watched dozens of videos over the period of a few weeks and couldn’t fault the power of this machine. I spent months testing different printing techniques to try and improve upon the quality, but eventually I’d reached the point where I genuinely couldn’t get any better results, and I was happy. My technique also comes with the printer – I’ll write full instructions on the entire process, and will give you everything that I used. The DuPont/Polyprint pre-treat that Amaya and Polyprint recommends is good, but it can leave a residue, doesn’t have a soft enough touch, and the ink will start to flake within 6-12 months depending on how often the garment is washed, despite what DuPont/Polyprint says! I tested a handful of pre-treat liquids and the one I use leaves no residue whatsoever, has a soft touch, and I’m still wearing shirts that I printed more than two years ago. This does mean that the printer has been sitting dormant for a year, and although it boot up fine this morning and two head-cleans later was printing CMYK perfectly, but the white ink wasn’t coming through. My guess is that, because it contains titanium powder, the white ink has clogged the ink lines. But it’s also possible that flushing the system would clear any blockage – it’s just easier, quicker, and less messy to just replace the ink assembly than flush it. In the meantime, you’ll still be able to print on white garments using CMYK, just not dark garments as those require a white base layer. You’re also welcome to collect in person if you’d prefer. WHY THE LOW PRICE? Mainly because I’ve been waiting to sell it for the past year but couldn’t do so until the finance was clear, and now I want to get my office space back! TexJet Plus Advanced Printer. Max Platen with 42x60cm print area. Standard Platen with 34x52cm print area. Mini Platen with 28x32cm print area. Sleeve/Leg Platen with 15x30cm print area. Earlex HV1900 Pre-treat Sprayer. Earlex HG2C Heat Gun. Approx 3 litres of the BEST pre-treat liquid. Whatever ink is remaining in bottles – white, yellow, and cyan. Original TexJetRIP Software and License. Chip resetter for maintenance tank. Pack of Acetate for printing nozzle tests. VERY detailed instructions on the best printing method, written specifically by me – not from a manual or from the internet. This is based on months of trial and error to ensure only the highest quality prints every time using a method you’ll never see anyone else do! I will also only go as far as the ground floor, so if it needs to go to another floor it would have to be taken by someone else. SPECIFICATIONS (from Polyprint website). Direct to Garment Inkjet Printer. Print output (Lowest quality). 20 DARK – 60 WHITE/LIGHT (T-shirts/per hour). Print output (Highest quality). 15 DARK – 40 WHITE/LIGHT (T-shirts/per hour). Printing cost per print (Average, Lowest quality). 0,80 (DARK) – 0,08 (WHITE/LIGHT). Number of printing heads & ink colors. Number of nozzles per printing head. 180 nozzles/color (1440 total). Print Mode (single, double). Single pass CMYK and white, Two passes first white and then CMYK, Highlight white. Kind of textile ink. Water based textile pigment. CMYK and 4 Whites (8). Cotton, Cotton/PES blends, 100% Polyester, Linen, Viscose, Leather etc. Maximum thickness of printable media. Extended license can operate up to 3 printers. Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Mac OS. Temperature 10-25 C/ Humidity 50-80% RH. 130 x 68 x 45cm (L x W x H). AC 130V or 220V, 60W. The item “Used Polyprint TexJet Plus Advanced Direct to Garment DTG Printer” is in sale since Monday, June 25, 2018. This item is in the category “Business, Office & Industrial\Printing & Graphic Arts\Screen/Speciality Printing”. The seller is “bytecage” and is located in Glasgow. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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  • Brand: Polyprint

Used Polyprint TexJet Plus Advanced Direct to Garment DTG Printer

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