STS Inks to Debut 64-Inch Dual-Head Mutoh DTF Printer at the ISA International Sign Expo 2022

Printer Unveiling Marks Expansion of Company’s Growing Modular DTF Program; Products Will Be On Display at ISA Booth #2641 May 4-6, 2022

BOCA RATON, Fla. – STS Inks, a global leader in the wide format, industrial and household inkjet markets, announced today that it will debut a 64-inch dual-head Mutoh DTF printer at the annual ISA International Sign Expo 2022, taking place in Atlanta, GA, May 4-6, 2022. Complemented by a 44-Inch Oven Shaker Unit, the new printer and STS Inks’ expanding modular DTF Program will be on display at booth #2641.

STS Inks DTF System was designed to be the easiest and most cost-effective way to create custom tshirts and other apparel quickly. In 2021, the company introduced its innovative Direct-to-FilmTM modular system. Mutoh is a top-selling manufacturer wide format printers and the STS program was created in partnership.

While the centerpiece of the STS Inks DTF system is a compact printer that measures 24” and is built to fit onto a table-top or rolling stand in any size print shop, the new STS/MUTOH XPJ 1682D 64” DTF Printer has been added to the program to fill a gap in the marketplace. It features a staggered dual head design which produces high-quality, low-resolution printing and speeds up print speeds.

The new STS/MUTOH printer has SAI’s Flexi DTF Pro Edition RIP Software, bundled with Flexi DTF Pro Editor. The XPJ-1682D has automatic bi-directional alignments, a touch panel that is easy to use, enhanced LED lighting, an upgraded media feed flange, which makes it possible for operators to quickly load media rolls and exchange them quickly. These features make it easier to use and more user-friendly, while still delivering high-quality output and high production. The XPJ-1682D is paired with STS Inks’ DTF ink, which offers users excellent color gamut and outstanding durability.

“We’re excited to give attendees at ISA a first-look at the STS/MUTOH XPJ 1682D 64” DTF Printer and have the opportunity to try out our entire DTF program,” said Shahar Turgeman, who founded STS Inks in 1999. “We have had an incredible response to the modular DTF system since its launch and we look forward to continuing to expand our DTF options and capabilities to meet the growing needs of the industry.”

DTF offers many advantages over traditional DTG (Direct to Garment) technology. This is limited to pre-treated cotton fabrics and wears much faster. DTF can print onto cotton, silk, nylon, nylon, leather, 50/50 and other fabrics. DTF can be used on both white and dark textiles. Users can choose between a matte or glossy finish. DTF doesn’t require any cutting or weeding. It creates sharp edges and images and requires no technical printing knowledge.

STS Inks designed its DTF programs and packages to be easier than what was available on the market. The company spent an enormous amount of time and effort researching pairing components that were easy to set up and use right out the box. This resulted in a completely hassle-free customer experience, as opposed to equipment that requires many frustrating calibrations and tweaking upon arrival. STS Inks also offers unmatched service and reliability, particularly when compared to the difficulty of repairing broken printers or those shipped from abroad.

STS Inks launched the industry’s first-ever fluorescent inks for DTF printing in December 2021. New inks were introduced by STS Inks to print true-to-life DTF photos. They include light magenta DTF inks and light cyan DTFinks. They offer more accurate colors and have improved gradients. STS Inks is a well-known brand for high quality inks that are compatible with large format printers of all major brands. STS Inks DTF Inks have a high-color density and wide-color gamut. They also offer outstanding color saturation and are print-safe thanks to encapsulated nano pigment and nano resin.

STS Inks can be used in a variety of applications. They are non-toxic and eco-friendly. STS Inks can be purchased in CMYK or white.

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