DTS - Design To Screen
No artwork films, no chemicals, no washouts, no films positives, no dark rooms, no emulsions or coatings . . all those steps are replaced by a click of a button as you send the artwork directly to the Digital Screen Maker. Saves time and money over traditional chemical emulsions.
Print from any program using a dedicated printer driver, eliminates any requirement to create an artwork PDF first - of course you can also print straight from any PDF.
It is as simple as 'if your program can print, you can image a screen'.
Compact size fits your business
There's noting wrong with traditional silk, screen coating, mixing emulsions & UV exposures . . . but admit it, it does take up space and it's not an instant process to create a screen.
For short runs emulsion screens are not profitable, DTG can be costly and slow if there's more than a few to print - even more difficult when customer has asked for a white print on black t-shirt (not a DTG favourite).
QS2536 massively reduces the space needed to create screens, sitting on a benchtop, you just need a computer/ frames/ mesh.
Professional Digital Screen Making
Watch how Direct To Screen imaging technology saves valuable time and costs for faster job turn around, removes many of the time consuming traditional emulsion processes and gives you professional quality imaging and prints.Commercial frame tensioning and carousel print in the 2nd QS2536 video.
Have a question?What we need to know: 1. Type of item you wish to print
- t-shirts/ canvas/ polymer clay/ glass 2. Size of your design/ artwork 3. Number of colours in design 4. Quantity of prints per design
Frequently asked question
The RISO QS Mesh is already self tensioned due to the thermal film already attached, you can hand tension for around 12-15Nm, however if your after a higher tension you will need to mechanically tension then glue/ tape.
RISO A frames are a fast and simple option, reusable and are manufactured to fit the QS2536 457mm wide head.
Just use the link below the FAQ's to send an e-mail request today, we'll reply with screen costs etc.
We don't subscribe to any lists etc, however NEHOC do need to know who you are and some of the applications your looking at. This ensures you receive the right information to review accurately.
Specifications & Technical Components
Screen Making MethodHigh Speed DTS (Direct To Screen) Digital Thermal Screen Making
Minimum Image SizeMinimum: 10mm (W) x 10mm (L)
Maximum: 457mm (W) x 759mm (L)
Resolution600dpi x 1200dpi (perforation density: 1200dpi)
Frame SizeMinimum OD: 590mm x 310mm (30mm frame thickness)
Maximum OD: 635mm x 914mm (25x36inch)
OperationLED Panel/ Front Operation
Memory Storage128MB Internal
Screen Making TimeApprox. 200sec @ A2 (420x594mm image size)
Supported OSWindows (both 32/64bit): 10, 8, 7 Mac OS (64bit): 11, 10.15 back to to 10.9
Power Supply220-240V/1.2A, 50/60Hz
Power ConsumptionDuring use: Maximum 300W
When in standby: 50W or lower
DimensionsDuring Use: 123 (W) x 80 (D) x 48cm (H)
During Storage: 121.50 (W) x 80 (D) x 41cm (H)
WeightApprox. 35Kg (78lb)
Downloads and Documents
Documents, downloads and files to support GOCCOPRO QS2536.
Lifetime TPH Warranty
Each QS2536 enters into a TPH Warranty Program with RISO upon purchase, which establishes a lifetime (yes lifetime!) warranty on the Thermal Print Head. There goes any concern over having to pay for ongoing part/ replacement costs.
Lifetime warranty is how confident RISO are of the professional quality and build of the QS2536 system.
This includes all commercial/ trade applications. As covered by the ACL as part of any warranty, there's no limitations as long as any failure is product based not consumer error.