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Crio 9541WDT White Digital Transfer Printer powered by OKI
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Crio 9541WDT White Digital Transfer Printer powered by OKI

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Model No.:45531000


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The Crio 9541WDT White Toner Transfer Printer is a 5-color, 5 station transfer system that offers bright colors, opaque white, and true black all in one paper pass. Combining multilevel LED printhead and microfine toner, the Crio 9541WDT Transfer Printer creates prints with sharp detail and rich color depth. Create magnificent prints with the Crio 9541-WDT Printer that will transfer on to a range of materials, such as cotton, polyester, denim, wood, acrylic, glass, metal, and more!. FREE SHIPPING TO COMMERCIAL DOCK ZONE.



Printers do not include supplies - toners , drums (where applicable) , printer cables , manuals , consumables , trays (where applicable). Power cables are included. Drivers can be downloaded from the manufacturers website. Please verify that drivers available are compatible with your software on the manufacturers site.

Product Details




Product Details

Main Features

  • Singles Pass 5-Color, 5 Station Transfer System
  • Prints on paper, film and transfer sheets up to 13” x 19”
  • Print Speed: 18 ppm for 8.5”x 11” transfers and 12 ppm for 13”x 19” transfers
  • Print Resolution: 1200 x 1200 dpi
  • Duty Cycle:  300,000 pages
  • Standard Memory: 2GB RAM
  • Staright Paper Path Technology to minimize paper jams
  • Low cost of ownership




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  • Printing photos? Make sure that they are of print quality - meaning 300dpi. Anything lower than this will appear pixelated and lower than photo quality.

  • Your ink is not going onto the paper properly or you notice uneven coverage? Try aligning the print heads before you bring out the big guns.

  • Media settings on your printer determine how much ink will be used. Thinly coated glossy films require less ink, while plain paper soaks in more.

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