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Sabur Digital Secure First order for New Roland DG TEXART XT-640 Printer

Wednesday, November 04, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Sublimation and digital print specialists Sabur Digital, based in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, have today cemented their position as Roland DG’s premier sublimation supplier by becoming the first dealer in the UK to receive an order for the New Roland TEXART XT-640 sublimation transfer printer only minutes after its launch to a leading UK sportswear manufacturer.

“We were delighted to hear of Roland DG’s latest dye sublimation printer being launched this morning. The Texart XT-640 perfectly fits a gap in the market for many of our expanding and existing high volume production customer’s demands, providing high speed production without sacrificing quality results and vibrant colour.” Says Dean Sanger, Managing Director of Sabur Digital.

Continues Sanger “The great features that are included in this package make this a real go-to product for anyone who is serious about sublimation production, or looking to grow from the entry-level Texart RT-640. It will be a great addition to our showroom alongside the range of sublimation and Eco-Solvent printers in what we’re proud to call the largest Roland DG display area in the North”.

Mark Elvidge, Print Product Manager at Roland DG UK commented “It was no surprise Sabur were the first in the queue to sell our newest sublimation machine – as dealers, they have long been a supporter of Roland DG’s move into sublimation textile printing, and the XT-640 is no exception. With the wide array of features available with the machine, alongside Sabur’s knowledge and excellent customer care, it is sure to be a huge success for them”.

The 64” Dye Sublimation transfer printer has a maximum print speed of 63m2/h and works in combination with the Roland Texart Ink which is available in either 2xCMYK or 1xCMYKLcLmOrVi (Orange and Violet) configurations, supplied in 1 litre foil pouches – making it ideal for high-production, fast working
environments Also included is an integrated post heater, media take-up system and the feature rich Ergosoft Roland Edition RIP software with inbuilt functions such as Step & Repeat, Production Cost Calculator, Shrinkage correction and Colour Replacement. 


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