The SIGNRACER Hybrid is the most versatile printer on the market, offering unparalleled flexibility with the ability to print on both roll and rigid media. It utilizes SIGNRACER OEM multi-purpose inks in up to 8 colors, including White and Varnish, to create vibrant, smooth gradation prints with an extended color gamut. The SIGNRACER Hybrid is capable of creating packaging prototypes, indoor/outdoor signage, banners and posters. The printer also features an automatic media height adjustment mechanism, as well as a built-in head strike prevention sensor.
Large format LED UV roll to roll printers are digital printers capable of printing onto wide rolls of media. They use LED UV curing technology, which uses ultraviolet light to quickly dry and cure ink, allowing for fast production. These printers are used for a variety of applications, including banner printing, vehicle wraps, and large-format signage. They offer a high level of quality, accuracy, and color consistency, and can produce large volumes of prints rapidly.
Signracer Hydrospeed printers offer higher speeds and quality, making it the ideal choice for any industrial application. With automated capping and cleaning, these printers are designed for maximum production performance with minimal downtime. Constructed with industrial–grade materials, Signracer‘s printers deliver reliable and stable performance, and their inks are formulated to meet industry standards. Optimal colour output and superb drying properties are just some of the advantages of using Signracer‘s products.
Textile printers are printers that are specifically designed to print on fabric. They work by applying ink directly to the fabric or by transferring an image onto the fabric. Textile printers are used to create custom garments, promotional items, and other fabric-based products. Sublimation printers are used to print images and designs onto fabric using a heat transfer process. Sublimation printers work by printing the design onto specially coated transfer paper, which is then heat-pressed onto the fabric. The heat causes the ink to vaporize and then sublimate onto the fabric, creating a permanent image. Direct to textile printers work by printing directly onto the fabric with a special type of ink. Direct to textile printing is ideal for producing large runs of custom fabric designs, such as for flags, banners, and other promotional items. The ink is usually pigment-based, which means it is water-resistant and won’t fade over time.