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EFI displays industrial textile printer at Fespa
Higher levels of productivity, opportunity and growth that fuel customer success reflect the key advantages on display from Electronics For Imaging Inc at this year’s FESPA exhibition, which was held from May 8-12 in Hamburg, Germany.
Mutoh launches dye sublimation printer
Mutoh Belgium, a subsidiary of Mutoh Holdings Co. Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, involved in the sale of Mutoh hardware like professional sign cutting plotters and large-format full-colour piezo printers for commercial inkjet printing, sign & display, and direct-to-garment applications, has launched the ValueJet 1604WX (VJ-1604WX) wide format dye sublimation printer.
Colorjet to launch TXF at FESPA Hamburg
ColorJet India Ltd, India’s largest manufacturer of digital printers, is launching its tech-loaded digital textile printer, the TXF at FESPA Hamburg 2017, which runs May 8-12, 2017, in hall: B5, stall: G62.
SPGPrints’ JAVELIN makes indelible impression
SPGPrints B.V. and Stovec Industries Limited (Stovec) announce several inkjet and rotary screen printing machine sales during ITME 2016. There was significant interest shown by quality printers in SPGPrints’ JAVELIN® digital inkjet textile printer etc.
Epson to exhibit digital textile printing at Heimtextil
At Heimtextil, Epson will demonstrate its most advanced range of digital textile printers developed to meet the professional textile market’s demand for flexible, cost-effective and sustainable production solutions.
SPGPrints debuts new NEBULA Acid HD inks
SPGPrints has launched its new range of NEBULA Acid HD (High Density) inks at Febratex 2016 (Hall 1, Stand 18), recently at Parque Vila Germanica, Blumenau, Santa Caterina, Brazil. The exhibition also marked the first showing in the Americas of the JAVELIN digital inkjet printer for companies printing up to two million metres of textiles annually.
SPGPrints 6-colour printer for Chinese firms
SPGPrints has announced the sale of a six-colour PIKE® digital textile printer to the Dongheng Group, in Changzhou, Jiangsu province (near Shanghai), China. DHG wanted to expand its digital capabilities for a variety of reasons. First, it needed to offer greater service flexibility, meeting customer demands for both high-quality, short runs and faster lead-times.
Waste and environmental factors also influenced the decision to install the PIKE: with no need for screen preparation, minimal substrate waste, and lower water and energy usage, the PIKE met DHG’s requirements.