AWT World Trade has launched the newly redesigned Rototex manual textile printer, which now boasts a range of convenient new features and a smaller overall footprint, reports the company.
The updated units feature a 20% smaller overall footprint without compromising the stability and durability for which the Rototex is known, says AWT. A new lightweight head has also been developed to provide easier rotation of the carousel to print position and easier indexing.
AWT adds that the new design facilitates faster set-ups and changeovers with tool-free adjustments, and features quick-release pallets as standard on all models.
“Forty-two years years since its launch, the Rototex is alive and well, with an unmatched reputation for reliability and durability. In 2018, tens of thousands of print shops around the world are using Rototex units to maintain tight tolerances and produce high-quality images on T-shirts and other textiles. AWT World Trade and Graphic Parts International continue to support these users with technical assistance and readily available replacement parts,” the company comments.