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Muti-Plot Introduces 24-in. HeatJet

Desktop heat-transfer machine designed as supplement for Epson 3000, 4000s.

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The smallest unit in the HeatJet line, the HeatJet 24 heat-transfer machine is specifically designed for the desktop market, as a supplement for the Epson Stylus Color 3000 and 4000 printers. The HeatJet 24 fixes the direct disperse, sublimation, or pigment inks onto a variety of substrates, including shirts, towels, decoration textiles, scarves, and more. The 27-in. wide machine handles rollfed or sheetfed input. It comes complete with adjustable temperature and speed control, media holder, rewinder, and emergency buttons. The final products are wash-proof and UV-proof, the company reports. In the US, the Multi-Plot HeatJet is sold under the DigiHeat product name by DigiFab Systems (www.digifab.com).


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