M&R has introduced Stryker, which is oval-shaped printer with a 10-station base module that can be expanded in 6-station increments to create up to 52-station configurations. Other than the end stations, there are no restrictions on printhead placement. Because all other stations can support printheads—and any station can be left open—Stryker’s layout can be tailored to almost any production requirement. Since Stryker’s oval shape takes up less floor space than comparable carousel machines, it makes more efficient use of available production area.
Distinguished features of Stryker allow the printer fit into spots no other printers in this class could execute. Stryker has a maximum standard image area of 60 x 84 cm (24″ x 33″), but can print images as large as 100 x 84 cm (39″ x 33″) in alternating print heads, making it ideal for cut-pieces and all-over garments. Its large color touchscreen control panel with icon-based labeling can display information and commands in multiple languages, and it features self-diagnostics and a production speed monitor to ensure more accurate job costing.
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