Solvent Printers

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When it comes to wide format solvent printers, there's one name you can't ignore - Roland DG. Roland DG has been leading the way for over 25 years. With award winning, state-of-the-art technology, Roland DG wide format solvent printers offer superior print performance and renowned reliability to deliver a vast range of applications for your business.

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Solvent Printers

Solvent printers have become increasingly popular for printing on various materials, including vinyl, fabrics, and banners. One of the most popular types of solvent printers is the eco-solvent printer, which uses eco-solvent ink that produces far less toxic fumes and is more environmentally friendly than traditional solvent inks.

What is a solvent printer?

If you’re new to the printing world, you may not be familiar with solvent printers. Our expert team at GJS is here to help you ensure you get the best printer for all your printing needs whilst still fitting in your budget.

One of the best eco-solvent printers for vinyl is one that can produce high-quality prints with vibrant colours and good resolution. At GJS we stock a range of Roland brand solvent printers that are sure to suit your every need. GJS understands that everyone has differing budgets when it comes to how much you’re wanting to spend on a solvent printer. Our high-quality solvent printers are available in a number of price ranges so you don’t have to sacrifice quality for a lower price.

Australia has a growing market for eco-solvent printers. At GJS one of our most popular models is the eco-solvent printer cutter, which allows for both printing and cutting in one machine saving you time and money.

If you are looking for an eco solvent printer for heat transfer vinyl GJS has something sure to suit your needs. The eco-solvent ink is ideal for printing on heat transfer vinyl as it dries quickly and produces ultra vibrant colours.

If you’re not ready to commit to a solvent printer but want high quality, vibrant prints GJS does have other printers on the market. We also offer Laser/LED printers and DTG printers, LED printers use LED technology to produce prints that are high-quality and cost-effective. Whilst DTG printers use a specialised inkjet technology to print directly onto garments, making them a great option if you’re looking to print T-shirts or textiles.

Why should I invest in a solvent printer?

Investing in a solvent printer, specifically an eco-solvent printer, is a smart move for businesses that require high-quality prints on various materials, including vinyl, banners, and fabrics. Our GJS eco-solvent printers are incredibly popular due to their lower toxicity levels and more eco-friendly ink.

The best eco solvent printer for vinyl is one that can produce high-quality prints with vibrant colours and good resolution. Whilst these eco-solvent printers may be more expensive initially, the investment will pay off in the long run with a guaranteed increase in productivity and quality of output.

Cheaper options like desktop eco solvent printers are great for smaller print runs and projects if your business is looking to produce work on a smaller scale.

A sublimation printer is another type of printer we offer at GJS that can produce high-quality prints, particularly on textiles. However, eco-solvent printers can offer a broader range of printing capabilities and are more versatile for various materials making them a great option if you want to print upon multiple materials.

Investing in a solvent printer can provide a reliable and efficient way to produce high-quality prints on a range of materials, while eco-solvent printers can offer a more eco-friendly option.

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