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On your marks! Roland RT-640 from QPS sharpens up sports and soft signage printing

Friday, February 13, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

BURSCOUGH, UK - Quality Print Services (QPS) is to make the new Roland RT-640 dye-sublimation printer available to its customers from April 2015.

Designed for sports equipment, athletic clothing, fashion apparel, interior decor and soft signage, the Roland RT-640 features optimised print control technology, front and rear media feed adjusters for even tensioning and a vacuum fan for transfer paper flatness, to achieve sharp image quality and fine detail.

In addition to a dual ink supply system for unattended continuous printing, the Roland RT-640 can reach maximum print speeds of 32.6sqm/hr and production quality print speeds of 22sqm/hr, bringing greater efficiency to textile printrooms.

"The Roland RT-640 sublimation printer is an ideal machine for graphics companies or existing textile print houses to expand their product offering," says Chris Bailey, Managing Director, QPS. "As it is engineered for sportswear graphics, end users can be sure of achieving sharp, durable prints on whatever they choose to produce.

"Our team of UK-based specialists will also be on hand to provide assistance to new RT-640 users to ensure they get the most from their printer."

QPS will supply the Roland RT-640 together with a choice of RIP software – either the Roland VersaWorks to simplify operation or the ErgoSoft Roland Edition, designed specifically for textile printing – plus a one-year RolandCare Silver Warranty.

QPS will be exhibiting a range of wide-format direct and dye-sublimation printers at Sign and Digital UK, taking place at Birmingham's NEC from March 24th to 26th 2015. Experts will be on hand to discuss printing technology, alternative inks, materials and service options.


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Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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