January 7, 2022
The Mosaica Group, Sussex, Wis., now offers No Powder DTF (Direct-to-Film) Cobra Flex printers.
The Cobra Flex solution allows The Mosaica Group to distribute no powder, direct-to-film transfer technology throughout a multiregional area, according to the company.
Cobra Flex printers feature multiple Epson i3200 print heads with CMYK plus white and a proprietary printable adhesive, which has eliminated the need to use powder. Available in two widths, 24 inches and 50 inches, No Powder DTF Cobra Flex printers print up to 255 sq.ft./per hour and provide dot-for-dot adhesion.
“I’m excited about offering this new technology as it is nothing short of amazing,” says Randy Peters, The Mosaica Group president and CEO, The Mosaica Group. “The ability to print direct to film and transfer to multiple fabrics and applications without using powder, combined with the ability to use white ink, and without the limitation of using polyester-based fabrics, is truly a game changer for printing.”
For more information about the Cobra Flex printers, click here. — D.S.
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