STS Inks Introduces Advanced DTF At Printing United Expo
STS also revealed the new features for the STS Inks XPD-724D, which will be available in January 2023. The debut will provide high production and high quality output through an easier operation and maintenance.
The improved performance characteristics are associated to a built-in whiteink circulation system which allows for unimpeded flow of ink directly into the print head, ensuring optimal results. Both the 1682D and upcoming XPD-724D pair with STS’s DTF ink, which offers users excellent color gamut and outstanding durability.
“We’re thrilled to be introducing the 1682D and 48” STS Automatic shaker to market along with our debut of the upcoming XPD-724D at the Printing United Expo, whose audience is comprised of top industry leaders who will appreciate the advanced capabilities of this ground-breaking DTF system,” said Shahar Turgeman, who founded STS Inks in 1999.
DTF is a better option than traditional DTG (Direct To Garment) technology. It can print onto non-treated cotton, silk, denim, nylon and other fabrics. DTF can print onto cotton, silk, nylon, denim, nylon and other fabrics. It can be used on both dark and white textiles. Users can choose between a matte and glossy finish.
STS designed its DTF programs and packages to provide hassle-free, high-speed performance and maximum resolution. The company’s research and development team have built-in top components that set new standards for DTF printing. STS is also known for its exceptional service and high quality inks, powders, and products that are compatible with large format printers of all major brands.
STS Inks DTF Inks have a high color density, wide range of colors, and excellent color saturation. They are also print-safe due to the inclusion of nano pigment and encapsulated resin. STS Inks can be used in a variety of applications. They are non-toxic, environmentally friendly, and have excellent wash-ability. STS Inks come in CMYK, white, and other colors. They are made in the USA and go through rigorous testing.