The ValueJet 1948WX (75”) With its staggered four-head design, prints at speeds up to 2,199 sqft/hr. Create trade show graphics, promotional items, flags, interior decor, apparel and much more.
Rear media feed lever for easy material handling, HD take-up system, an easy to navigate control panel and simple operation, the learning curve is short so you can focus on customers and profits.
~ Print Head - 4 (staggered setup)
~ 8 colors
~ Stand: W2462 x D395 x H250mm, Weight: 42kg
~ HD Take-up system included - (100kg): W2780 x D1080 x H433mm, Weight: 159kg
~ One year on-site limited warranty
*Due to the removal of the flange joint, the 2-inch media core can be adjusted; however, do not use the solid 2-inch core media. $16,000 instant rebate until 9/30/22.
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Are these ValueJet 1948WX High Speed Printer -75" width compatible with all sublimation inks? Our ValueJet 1948WX High Speed Printer -75" width are compatible with most sublimation inks and systems including Sawgrass® Sublimation Ink(recommended), Epson® Sublimation Ink(recommended), Artesprix® Sublimation Markers & Paints(recommended), Cosmos Ink®, Hiipoo Sublimation Ink, InkOwl® Performance Sublimation Ink, Cricuit® Infusible Ink, Printers Jack Sublimation Ink, Seogol Sublimation Ink, Koala Sublimation Ink, DelTeck, Cricuit Infusible Ink Pens, and many more. Have a question about sublimation ink compatibility? Call one of our experienced consultants today at 1-800-826-6332.
What type of heat press machine do I need to produce these ValueJet 1948WX High Speed Printer -75" width? While we recommend a Geo Knight Swing-Away heat press, this product is compatible with most all brands of heat press machines including Geo Knight®, Cricut® EasyPress™, VEVOR® Heat Press Machines, HIX® EVO Series Presses, Stahls® Brand Heat Presses, Hotronix® Presses, and many others. Sublimation transfers require anywhere from 375° to 425° F and demand serious force in pressing often from 40-80 psi so check your manufacturer\'s specs.