Textile: your next step?

The demand for printed textiles continues to grow. Digitally printed sportswear, curtains, pillows, flags and banners are just a few examples of this very popular printing application. Are you considering adding textile prints to your product range or are you thinking of replacing your current printer? Then choose the new Texart RT-640 from Roland DG. Its outstanding print quality, wide colour range and stable performance will more than meet your expectations, right from Day 1.

Cost efficient, reliable solution for textile printing

Are you looking for a textile-printing machine that is professional but affordable? Then, the new Texart RT-640 from Roland DG is the ideal solution. This sublimation printer gives you gorgeous print quality and bright colours. Combine all of that with the competitive price of € 16,900 (including the take-up system and the choice of one of two RIP software packages) and you are making a very smart investment, one that will pay itself back in no time at all.


Orange and violet

The RT-640 is available with four or eight colours. The eight-colour version uses light cyan, light magenta, orange and violet in addition to the standard colours (CMYK). These light colours ensure natural skin tones and beautiful pastel shades. The orange ink reproduces vivid and vibrant orange tones. Violet extends the available colour range in the blue-purple area of the spectrum.

This extended colour spectrum is right in line with the requirements of textile printing. For soft signage, however, four ink colours are sufficient.

Choose your RIP

When it comes to operating your RT-640, you may choose one of two professional RIPs. You can choose the ErgoSoft Roland Edition. This software is loaded with an arsenal of functions specifically for textile. In the textile-printing sector, ErgoSoft is well known for its excellent quality. Or you can choose Roland VersaWorks. This RIP is easy and intuitive to use, even for new users with little experience.

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