The DTG Bullet has a print area of 23.7" x 60" (based on the same print engine as the Jumbo 2 from USSPIT) and the DTG Xpress has a print area of 44.5" x 100". If you are in the US they are on the www.dtgamerica.com site.
Hello everyone, dont mean to go off topic but sense your talking about a bigger printing area....I'm looking into the kiosk 2, but would like a wider printing area? So for any one who has a kiosk, can you put the t shirt on the loading plate sideways? That way I can get a wider print...thx in advance.
You can load shirts sideways on any digital garment printer from any manufacturer. You just need to change the print orientation on your computer. It does allow you a wider print on your garments since all the digital printers out there print narrower side to side and longer top to bottom.
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