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New Ricoh Direct to Garment printers make it easier than ever to add eye-catching applications to varied media

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MALVERN, Pa. , May 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Ricoh unveiled a pair of new devices designed to make professional, high-quality apparel printing easier, faster and more flexible. The RICOH Ri 3000/Ri 6000 Direct to Garment (DTG) printers boast an incredibly short route from design to print, thanks to intuitive software and print speeds as fast as 27 seconds a shirt. These devices print at 600 dpi quality even on traditionally difficult media, such as dark poly 50/50 blend. Meanwhile,...
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Epson Now Shipping Next-Generation SureColor F2100 Direct-to-Garment Printer

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LONG BEACH, Calif. , April 30, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Epson today announced it is shipping the new Epson SureColor® F2100 direct-to-garment printer. Equipped with an Epson PrecisionCore® TFP® printhead and leveraging Epson UltraChrome® DG garment ink technology, the SureColor F2100 delivers high-quality prints at production speeds, achieving up to twice the speed as the previous generation DTG printer1. Four color ink technology delivers durable, vibrant output and newly developed print modes...
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Buyers Are Liars!

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Ah, I need to get this off my chest now. Working on a Production account for more than two years. Did the demo for the client (almost two years ago), followed up and had some meetings over those two years. In fact had a meeting last month where the client agreed to have the C7200 installed on Presidents Day. I had to get the docs ready prepped (so many options) and had to email them for the final review. At least a few times he state, "be patient once the existing lease expires you will get...
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