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DTF PRO Heat Station - V2 - DTF Transfer Powder Curing enlarged
DTF PRO Heat Station - V2 - DTF Transfer Powder Curing

DTF PRO Heat Station - V2 - DTF Transfer Powder Curing

$899
$491.00
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DTF PRO Heat Station V2 is a new generation equipment designed for in-line use with any DTF system that is designed to perform DTF POWDER HEATING, curing the Powder to the DTF Transfer Film. It features adjustable Temperature and Time Controls specifically tailored for DTF Films. Its high-quality design guarantees durability and longevity.

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Heat Station V2 XL A3+Heat Station V2 XXL A2Heat Station V3 XXL A2+
  • DTF Film Size: up to 13.8" x 19.7
  • Dimensions: 21" L x 18" W x 6" H
  • DTF Film Size: up to 16.5" x 24
  • Dimensions: 24.5" L x 21" W x 6.5" H
  • DTF Film Size: up to 18" x 24
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  • Compact design ensures safe placement on any tabletop or counter
  • Energy efficient design ensures low power consumption
  • Adjustable vent
  • Adjustable temperature and time
  • New heating plate design for even and consistent heating
  • Buzzer prompts when the countdown is over
  • 110V - plugs into a regular outlet

XXL DTG version is compatible with DTG printers such as the Ricoh Ri1000 / Ri2000, Epson F2000 / F2100 / F3070, and Brother GTX / GTXPro. While most DTG printers have platen sizes up to 16" x 20", the heating surface of this Heat Station can accommodate up to 16.5" x 24".

230°F / 110°C for 2 - 2.5 minutes is the optimal recommended temperature for DTF powder curing.

NOTE: Use of a fume extractor is recommended.

Please note: Due to high demand, the lead time may be 2-4 weeks (unless labeled as QUICKSHIP with an approximate 1 week lead time). Orders will be fulfilled in the order they are received. Color of equipment is subject to availability, image is a representation, actual design may vary.


CAUTION: WORK IN A WELL VENTILATED AREA and wear PROTECTIVE GEAR (including masks and gloves) while handling specialty printing and curing materials and techniques (such as DTF, DTG, UV, WTT, etc.), due to the potential hazards from fumes and processes. It's strongly advised to use a fume extractor in addition to maintaining proper ventilation when using DTF powder.
Operating any specialty ink printing devices and materials, including inks, chemicals, powders, etc., is entirely at the user's risk.
To reduce the chances of ink clogs and film warping, maintain the environment for specialty inks and films within optimal humidity (50% - 70%) and temperature (75° to 80°F) conditions. To reduce the likelihood of ink clogs and prevent film buckling, it is strongly advised to maintain a room humidity 50%-70% and a temperature 75°-80°F / 24°-27°C.


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