All printers have a maximum printable area, at least for the width, related to the dimensions of the carriage mechanism which moves the printhead back and forth while printing.
DTG printers will also have a maximum platen size defining the biggest printable width and length. This maximum size will apply whether the operator is operating in DTG mode or printing onto a sheet of film.
DTF printers will also have a maximum width, while those which load film from a roll (such as the OmniDTF) can have a virtually unlimited print job length.
The following table shows the maximum printable area for all of OmniPrint’s DTG and DTF printers.
|Printer Model||Max Width||Max Length|
|FreeJet 330TX||12.5 inches||22.6 inches (with XL platen)|
|FreeJet 330TX Plus||12.5 inches||22.6 inches (with XL platen)|
|OmniPrint i2||16 inches||20 inches|
|Cheetah||16 inches||20 inches|
|OmniDTF||14.5 inches||238 feet (2,856 inches)|
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