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Global Graphics, Inèdit collaborate on digital textile
August 2020
Global Graphics Software, developers of core technology for digital printing, is collaborating with Inèdit, the authors of neoStampa, the most popular RIP software for textile digital printing, to create an enhanced PDF engine for textile workflows.
Epson’s Total Solution covers entire cycle: Paolo Crespi
October 2019
The Japanese pioneer in digital textile printing technology Epson, with its For.Tex and F.lli Robustelli subsidiaries, displayed at the ITMA Barcelona the latest innovations and solutions for the textile market.
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June 2019
The Japanese pioneer in digital textile printing technology Epson, with its For.Tex and F.lli Robustelli subsidiaries, will display the latest innovations and solutions for the textile market.
Epson to display its unique solution for textile printing
May 2019
The Japanese pioneer in digital textile printing technology Epson, with its For.Tex and F.lli Robustelli subsidiaries, will display the latest innovations and solutions for the textile market.
DCC's Monna Lisa Evo-Tre
August 2018
DCC in collaboration with EPSON launched Monna Lisa Evo-Tre, a remarkable digital textile inkjet printer in Indian market to cater to various printing requirements of the industry.
ColorJet printer with Japanese Technology
February 2018
The digital printer is apt for printing with pigment inks, and can print practically on any type of fabric including polyester, cotton, silk, viscose, rayon or wool.
Epson Textile R-Evolution focuses on digitisation
November 2017
The Epson Textile R-Evolution focused on digitisation in the textiles industry. The conference threw light on the economic, organisational and ecological benefits in the industry including waste reduction, fewer wash cycles and the related reduction in environmental pollution. At the event, a book on digital printing and sustainability was also unveiled.
Seiko Epson to expand printing biz
October 2017
Seiko Epson will invest 16 billion yen in a new building in the campus, in Hirooka office in Japan. The new building, which will house a factory for prototyping and volume-producing large commercial and industrial printing systems and a test laboratory for digital textile printing, is part of Epson’s mid-term plans to grow its printing solutions business.
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