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HP launches a new series of digital textile printers

HP launches a new series of digital textile printers

HP has launched the new HP Stitch S series, a portfolio of digital textile printers that deliver fast, precise colour-matching, alongside efficient, simplified processes.

The portfolio of printers couple HP Thermal Inkjet technology with industry-standard dyes for superior colour durability. The first-ever built-in spectrophotometer enables Stitch’s fast and exact colour-matching. The introduction includes three new printers from 64-inch to 126-inch wide: the HP Stitch S300 64” Printer, the HP Stitch S500 64” Printer, and the HP Stitch S1000 126” Printer.

 Designed specifically for new-to-dye sublimation professionals, prototyping departments, and growing print providers, The HP Stitch S300 Printer features the first user-replaceable printhead, resulting in reduced downtime and service costs.

 The HP Stitch S500 Printer facilitates predictable dye sublimation colour and less media waste for production environments. With symmetrical 2xCMYK printhead configuration and Optical Media Advance Sensor, this 64-inch printer allows for saturated and reliable one pass mode for true top speed. The HP Stitch S500 Printer was designed specifically for high production sites.

 Key HP Stitch S500 Printer features include streamlined production, thanks to big ink supplies, larger rolls, and HP’s Tension-Sensing Winder, all of which facilitate unattended operations—even overnight.

HP has also launched a set of new dye sublimation papers for use with the new HP Stitch S Printer series,which are designed and tested as a system with HP dye sublimation inks to achieve excellent image quality and colour consistency.

The HP Stitch S300 and S500 Printer series, as well as dye sublimation paper, are available now.

The 126-inch HP Stitch S1000 Printer will make its debut at FESPA 2019 on 14th-17th May, in Munich.

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