Direct To Textile
DGI FH-3204 3.2metre wide hybrid sublimation printer.
The FH-3204 use’s the latest generation industrial Kyocera printheads. It has been designed to allow the user to print both paper transfer sublimation and direct to textile sublimation from one printer. This enables the customer to produce to a much wider final application at a maximum width of 3.2metres. The FH-3204 has a maximum print speed of 155㎡/h
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“After speaking to 3 dealers for Roland printers we selected Sabur as they were extremely forecoming with advice on the various models which helped us select the right machine for us. The printer turned up on the day it was promised and when the installers left the building we started printing immediately and we haven’t looked back since…”
“In a difficult situation I research Dean at Saburink for assistance to purchase a 3.2m heat press at very short notice. From the initial call a new heat press was sourced, procured, installed and running within 72 hours of my initial call. Faultless, seamless and outstanding response, communication and understanding. Thank you Dean”
“This was the second printer we purchased from Sabur, after receiving great service on our first order we returned to Sabur to order our new Roland XF640. They did a great deal and worked to our schedule for the installation. On the day of the install, they were great and very patient whilst we had another company carefully deliver the printer through a first floor window. Once in the position the installation process began and with software updates for our system required, nothing was too much trouble even though time was getting on. The day finished when the printer was ready for use (at about 7:30pm, without complaints about the day running behind!). We have been using the printer for a few weeks now and we are extremely happy with it and the pre and post-sale service the team at Sabur offer! I will be certainly recommending them to my industry contacts and will be back (hopefully in the not too distant future) for my next machine.”