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Duggal Introduces VIBRACHROME – Enhanced Dye-Sublimation Printing to Metal

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Duggal Introduces VIBRACHROME – Enhanced Dye-Sublimation Printing to Metal

A perennial leader of innovation in the printing and graphics industry, Duggal Visual Solutions is proud to introduce Vibrachrome, our response to the need for a vibrant yet durable solution to printing on metal.

Vibrachrome is the product of a two-part heat transfer process in which two cutting-edge dye-sublimation machines complement each other for a permanent, continuous tone print.

Roland Texart XT-640

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Developed specifically for dye-sublimation printing, the Texart XT-640 delivers prolific 1440 dpi print quality in long print runs.

941 TRITON

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The 941 TRITON provides a stable, solid work base with oversized and heat pressing capabilities. Typical heat transfer applications include banners, garments, carpets, mats, woods, metals, and more.

Vibrachrome: Two Machines in Motion

In the Vibrachrome process, a special coated paper printed on the Texart is transferred to the TRITON, which heats the print against the face of the metal at 400 degrees F. As the water in the ink evaporates, the ink transitions from a solid to gaseous state.

After the metal cools, the ink becomes permanent and scratch-resistant–no lamination needed. The Texart’s distinguishing features–high-resolution, 8-color CMYK printing with an extended gamut including light cyan, light magenta, orange and violet–allow for photographic quality with enhanced PANTONE color matching.

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Available on two substrates in 3 finishes:

natural aluminum – gloss, semi gloss and matte

white aluminum -gloss, semi gloss and matte

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    • The sheets are 1/16″ thick. Yes, Vibrachrome prints require bracing, We will send you pricing via email. Thank you.

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