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PolyPrint TexJet Echo2 DTG Printer

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Original price $17,995.00
Current price $15,995.00
SKU PLP-DTG-KIT

The PolyPrint TexJet® Echo2 DTG printer is ideal for businesses that want to go beyond the capabilities of a direct to garment printer and are interested in batch and mass production.

The PolyPrint TexJet® Echo2 DTG printer is equipped with one standard platen that offers a print area of 16x24in ideal for all-over fashion prints and up to A2+ image sizes and compatible with eight additional different-sized platens, TexJet® echo is much more than a tee printer. Unleash your creativity and print on pockets, underwear, socks, sleeves, baby bibs and bodysuits, leggings, pants, t-shirts, polo shirts, hoodies, skirts and much more.

Features:

  • Cost-Effective - With some of the lowest ink prices in the industry, the Polyprint Echo2 will give you a much more cost-effective way of printing. You’ll receive both lower run and maintenance costs with the new Echo2.
  • Auto-Height Adjustment - The Echo2 will automatically adjust the height of the platen to provide the best printing quality possible.
  • High Print Quality with Bright White - The combination of 8 ink channels, the inks and RIP will provide you with crisp images, accurate colors and sharp details. The white that can be produced on this machine is unmatched.
  • Extended Warranty - Most parts are warrantied to 3 years. 1 year for the head and 3 years for anything that is not touched by ink. *Tubes, dampers and such are not covered by warranty since they are wearable parts that are a low cost to replace.
  • Single Pass Printing - You can print white and color ink at the same time with the Echo2. This allows for higher production and a lower cost.
  • Advanced RIP Included - The CADlink Digital Factory RIP provides outstanding color accuracy, helps to lower ink costs, is easy to use and supports single-pass printing.

Printer Details:

  • Maximum Printing Area: 16x24in (Optional Large Platen).
  • Cotton, Polyester, Blends, Linen, Viscose, and more.
  • Dimensions: 29in x 50in x 19in (W x D x H) 159 lbs

What's In The Box:

  • PolyPrint TexJet Echo2 Printer
  • CADlink Digital Factory RIP Software
  • 2 Sets of Ink
    140ML, 4 Whites, 2 Blacks, 1 Cyan, 1 Magenta, and 1 Yellow Per Set
  • 1 Gallon of Pretreatment Solution
  • 1L of Cleaning Solution
  • AC Power cable
  • USB Printer Cable
  • Transparent Films for Nozzle Check
  • User Guide Kit

    Supported Operating Systems:

    • Windows 10

    What You Will Need To Succeed:

    • Silicone Parchment Paper or Teflon Page
    • Art program for creating print-ready images (Adobe, CorelDraw)
    • UPC Battery backup
    • Pre-Treatment Solution
    • Heat Press 16" x 20" minimum 
    • Pre-Treatment Machine
    • Time and planning for a learning curve 
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    C
    05/23/2020
    Chuck
    United States United States
    Texjet Echo 2

    Awesome machine! Bought mine used and have printed over 22 thousand shirts in the last year. Currently in the market for another one.

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    03/29/2020
    Frank
    Canada Canada
    Hybrid printing infor with teh Polyprint machine

    Hi Ralph, I looked into it a while back and was given this link of how the prcess works. https://www.images-magazine.com/mixing-it-up-with-mooch-and-amaya/ I believe the echo 2 comes with the correct attachment for the pallets, you would need a second pallet or more and the attachment for your printing press You need to use a water base ink. I recomend the Green Galaxy ink , Comet White with your prints. and if you are going to print on Poly I recommend getting some warp drive and add it to the ink to lower the curing temp so you can cure it at a lower temp. You may need to lower the curing temp for your heat press but make the duration longer to cure the dupont ink. Hope this helps from one Polyprint user to another.

    RM
    03/21/2019
    Ralph M.
    Inks?

    As a current DTG user, I am very excited about the PolyPrint machine. I did a lot of research about the Poly print on the European sites and it seems really good. I am very excited about it as it seems to address many of the issues that we all have with our current DTG machines. While I am in the market for another DTG machine, I am holding off a little to see what feedback of the new U.S. PolyPrint users will be. I am VERY interested in the Hybrid printing capabilities that it has, as I have some really great ideas about it that I want to try. But at the bottom of the product page, you have listed the more expensive Epson inks. While you talk about the less expensive inks that it uses, those inks are not listed below it on the product page?????

    FP
    02/19/2019
    Frank P.
    Excellent printer, I have owed a Text jet for a year

    I purchased my Echo in 2018 and its a champ I am almost at the point of needing another but want to get the white screen printing option setup