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Printer uses advanced 12 wave technology

Graphics | September 1, 2009 | By:

The GO Salsa TX 64-inch printer handles direct-to-fabric and paper transfer for dye sublimation. The Salsa TX can print direct and dye sub, with an emphasis on soft signage, flags, banners, wall murals and trade show exhibits. Paper transfer capabilities include dye sub paper for apparel, carpets and rigid materials.

According to the company, the GO Salsa TX uses the industry’s most advanced I2 wave printing technology. It prints full bleed on 60-inch fabric or non-bleed to 64-inches, at up to 1440 dpi.

The Salsa TX package includes the combination printer, fixation unit, air filtration system, GO Xtreme ink, GO bulk ink system, GO fabric and GO dye sub paper. The unit comes with Wasatch SoftRIP. Optional items include a roll-to-roll heat press, GO FabriCut and other GO inks for other types of fabrics.

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