“At RA Smart we are delighted to be able to offer the new, cost-effective desktop HeatJet 24” rotary heat press,” says the company. ‘With its 70cm passage and 65cm transfer width, it is one of the smallest rotary heat presses on the market, but that does not mean it compromises on ergonomics or the technology found on larger models.”
The new model comes with its own loading table, which the company says will make creating lengths of textiles easier than ever, while the digital control panel allows users to easily confirm and adjust settings. There is also a driven take-up roller on the back for the dyed textile, as well as three un-wind rollers for fabric, paper and protection paper.
The calendar is able to press material with a thickness of up to 5mm, meaning it is suitable for printing a wide range of products such as scarves, towels, canvases, ties and cushions. “It’s also ideal to be used by textile designers and universities for creating samples without having to invest a huge amount of money on a wide format heat press,” says RA Smart.