Erasmart, a leading technology company, has launched its new 350 UV DTF Printer, an innovative all-in-one machine that integrates UV DTF film printing and lamination. Equipped with a sturdy steel frame, silent guide rails, and a Hoson motherboard, the device offers high-resolution printing up to 1440dpi. An independent light oil UV lamp enhances the light oil printing effect, and an ink level alarm ensures timely ink replenishment for maximized productivity. Its compact design and ability to print on various materials make it a versatile choice for small-scale customization needs. The launch marks a significant step forward in the advertising and packaging customization industry.
China, 28th Jun 2023, King NewsWire – Erasmart, a cutting-edge technology company, proudly announces its latest innovation – the 350 UV DTF Printer. This advanced machine combines UV DTF film printing and lamination into one seamless process, perfect for small-scale customization needs with a maximum printing width of 35cm.
The 350 UV DTF Printer is solidly constructed with a sturdy steel frame structure, further fortified with imported silent guide rails, a nozzle anti-collision device, and an integrated suction printing platform. This impressive structure enables more stable and smoother printing.
Internally, the printer is fitted with a high-precision, high-speed, and stable Hoson motherboard, and dual XP600 print heads, delivering a remarkable printing accuracy of up to 1440dpi. This level of precision allows for high-resolution printing, significantly enhancing the color reproduction of images to ensure superior printing quality.
Complementing the advanced hardware is an independent light oil UV lamp, which enhances the light oil printing effect, and an ink level alarm system to ensure timely ink replenishment, thus maximizing production efficiency.
Notably, the printer stands out with its ability to print and laminate, unwind, and rewind film into one integrated process. This eliminates the need for additional manual operations, further improving efficiency and quality of the final product.
Designed with a compact body, fitted with a bracket and universal wheels, the printer is easy to position and move, making it an ideal solution for entrepreneurial groups. The printer also has the versatility to print on gold or silver film, opening up opportunities for personalized logo creation.
Erasmart’s UV DTF Printer has a wide range of applications. It is capable of transferring UV DTF stickers onto various materials including acrylic sheets, PVC sheets, KT boards, steel sheets, iron sheets, aluminum sheets, glass marbles, various packaging boxes, and other advertising materials.
The UV DTF Printer represents a modern alternative to traditional advertising customization, boasting benefits such as short lead times, easy transfer, high gloss, waterproof and sunscreen attributes, wear resistance, and high-temperature resistance. With these attributes, it stands out as a simple yet effective solution for all types of advertising materials, offering a convenient and fast transfer process.
Erasmart’s commitment to innovation and superior quality has led to the development of the UV DTF Printer, a technology set to revolutionize the advertising and packaging customization industry. As technology continues to evolve, the performance and application fields of UV DTF sticker printers are projected to expand further, heralding a promising future for the industry.
Erasmart is a technology company committed to the innovation and production of high-quality printers. It is a leader in the advertising and packaging customization industry, constantly pushing the boundaries of what is possible with its advanced printing technology.
Organization: Shenzhen ChuanShengDa Technology Co., Ltd
Contact Person: Erasmart
Release Id: 2806234400
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