GJS Direct-to-Film (DTF) D300 Speed Oven
Speed up your direct-to-film (DTF) production with a powder-melting and ink-curing oven from GJS.
Designed especially for use with GJS' range of direct-to-film (DTF) printing solutions, the GJS direct-to-film (DTF) D300 speed oven features six heat-tubes generating internal temperatures of up to 150 degrees Celsius that can significantly reduce the amount of time needed to melt the Thermo Adhesive Powder and cure the ink before transfer to a substrate.
The addition of a separate specific curing device to the DTF production process means that other heat transfer presses and/or tunnel dryers can be freed up for other production use.
Featuring an intuitive and easy-to-use control system, simply select the desired temperate and when the oven reaches temperate the film is inserted using the slide-in/out tray to ensure the maximum amount of heat is retained within the device.
With an automatic timer and alarm to ensure the film is not scorched, the six heat tubes and oven seal also allow for full-edge to edge curing. That means you can take full advantage of the size of your transfer film and the uniform heat means there are no 'cold spots' where powder or ink is not cured correctly.
With two sizes to choose from depending on your needs, the GJS direct-to-film (DTF) D300 speed oven can cure film up to 610mm X 460mm or A3.
Please note that the 460 x 610mm oven requires a 15amp power socket.
|Specifications||460 x 610mm||A3|
|Max heating area||460 x 610mm||318 x 430mm|
|Heating temperate||0-150 degrees Celsius|
|Product size||93cm (L) x 59cm (W) x 18cm (H)||93cm (L) x 59cm (W) x 18cm (H)|
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