DTF and heat transfers

Innovations on trend topics such as DTF, sustainability and individualisation can be found at Secabo. At the FESPA Global Print Expo in Amsterdam, the Bavarian specialist for advertising technology hardware is presenting a plotter for DTF users. A live test with transfer presses will demonstrate the energy consumption of the new Energy Saver models. New heat presses from the LITE series can provide a cost-effective introduction to customisation. To discuss trends and new business ideas, Secabo and its sister companies are inviting visitors to the NEPATA Group Café in Hall 12 Stand E50.

DTF MultiCut Pro
With the DTF MultiCut Pro, Secabo is presenting a device which, according to the manufacturer, is unique on the market and can be used to automate the cutting of transfer motifs after printing. The flatbed plotter with conveyor belt can automatically feed and precisely cut film rolls. Both register mark capture and plotting are possible with up to 1,000 DTF transfer motifs per hour.

Save up to 60 per cent energy
The newly developed Energy Saver transfer presses demonstrate in a live comparison test at the trade fair stand how energy consumption can be reduced by up to 60 per cent. The devices therefore pay for themselves quickly and also help to improve the ecological footprint. The centrepiece is an energy-efficient heating plate that saves electricity during the heating phase or during short work breaks when it is not worth switching off the appliance. Additional insulation significantly reduces energy consumption in standby mode. And the specially developed cover ensures protection against burns and further energy savings. Secabo currently offers five Energy Saver models with different features and sizes. With an upgrade kit, many Secabo heat presses from the TS and TC series can also be retrofitted with the cover for the heating plate. This can save up to 35 per cent energy.

Growth in the LITE family
Two swing-away presses have been added to the LITE series to give more users a cost-effective introduction to the customisation of textiles. The basic components of the TS5 LITE and TS7 LITE models have been reduced to the bare essentials, but can be upgraded.

For an espresso …
In addition to all the technology, Secabo wants to create a hospitable atmosphere at the FESPA Global Print Expo and invites all dealers and end customers to the NEPATA Group Café to discuss business ideas over an espresso. Secabo will once again be exhibiting together with its sister companies: NEPATA Systems will be showing flatbed cutting plotters or label cutters for print finishing. NEPATA GmbH will provide advice on machines and automation solutions for converting and film storage.

Secabo, based in Bavaria, is part of the Nepata Group and offers an extensive hardware product portfolio for advertising technology and textile finishing as well as cutting plotters, transfer presses and software. International sales in 80 countries are handled by Nepata Vertrieb GmbH from the company’s headquarters in Wolnzach, Upper Bavaria. The entire Nepata group of companies offers products for print finishing and digital finishing.

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