HP has introduced a new range of textile printers – HP Stitch – that are built using their large format printing technology and enhanced to offer sharp, vivid graphics, for whatever applications you have whether they are sportswear, uniforms, fashion, signage or something for your interiors.
With cloud-based technology applications and services, the HP Stitch is designed to maximise uptime, these printers simplify the production process. The smart tools allows the machines to identify and remotely diagnose issues, reducing downtime and boosting efficiency. The tools also allow to automatically backup and restore set-up procedures to eliminate repetitive tasks.
HP has partnered with leading companies in the dye-sub industry, from RIP vendors to thermo-processing manufacturers, to provide its customers with a complete and reliable end to end workflow solution that works seamlessly with HP Stitch.
Jacky’s will be introducing the HP Stitch 300 and 500 series printers, which are 1.6m in width. These are ideal for those that have been using existing dye-sublimation technology but wish to gain more productivity or those that have been using conventional textile technologies.
You can get more information here or connect with Giselle.Olavario@jackys.com to get more information on this or to set up a demo.