Get rid of that itchy tag. With the ability to tagless print being one of the fastest and least expensive ways to mark t-shirts and other apparel, it is no wonder that many of the world’s leading brands are adopting this over the option to put a tag in a shirt.
Whether you are using a manual HP90 or the Universal Series, the quality will be excellent. Machine setup is fast and ink changeovers are painless.
Up to 1500 prints per hour, the ability to change images in seconds, and a simple user interface, it is no wonder why many people choose the Universal 90 as their machine of choice for tagless printing.
The Universal 90 is extremely easy to setup. With the ability to change images in seconds this machine is a clear winner as the entire machine can be setup out of the box to print in minutes.
Our CPSIA safe and compliant ink is durable to at least 50 washes and usually lasts much longer. Print brighter white than any competitor ink with our AM-P series which has higher amounts of pigments allowing companies to print brighter whites on darker colors without special machinery or curing.
Oh yeah, did we mention that our AM-P series ink dries on fabrics instantaneously? Print, pack and ship.
This customer was using a competitor’s machine which was leading to frustration and repeated downtime. The solution was to switch to the Universal 90. Now they maintain their production rate of 20,000 t-shirts per week with ease.
A tagless t-shirt fixture specifically designed to allow both new and existing companies easy printing.
Two adjustable stainless steel clips allow for thin t-shirts or even thick sweatshirts to be inserted and secured under the clamps while the machine delivers the image.
The t-shirt fixture is natively attached to any of the TTN lineup of machines using the included bolts hidden under the clamps.
The fixture is made from a thermoplastic which is chemically stable and resistant to the AM-P series of ink. If AM-P ink comes in contact with the fixture, simply wipe it off. This fixture stays as good looking year 10 as it does on day 1.