Sawgrass introduce SubliJet-HD Pro Photo XF inks for the Virtuoso 25” 8-Colour HD Product Decorating System
Sawgrass has introduced new SubliJet-HD Pro Photo XF inks for the Virtuoso 25” 8-Colour HD Product Decorating System, the first set of eight-colour inks the company has developed for the Sawgrass VJ 628 printer.
France-based Senfa has appointed HVG Graphics Media as sole distributor of its Decoprint range of products for the Australian market.
Cestrian Imaging Ltd is the first in the UK to install a fully loaded EFI Reggiani PRO 340 digital textile printer.
Cestrian Imaging Ltd has become the first printing company in the UK to install a fully loaded EFI™ Reggiani PRO 340 digital textile printer. The new 340 cm-wide device will meet increasing demand for high-quality fabric-printed displays, branded apparel and more.
Epson has appointed screen and textile printing specialists Kiwo as a national dealer with the company, joining and adding significant weight to Epson’s direct to garment business.
Digital textile printing is gaining a foothold in the fashion industry. Still, most commercially available fabrics today are rotary screen printed, a process that has proven its worth on a larger scale but is often too complicated and costly for small scale production.
UK theatrical industry supplier Prompt Side Theatrical Drapery is the first to invest in the new EFI VUTEk FabriVU 340 soft signage printer.
GJS has announced that it will distribute Epson's range of dye sublimation solutions, starting with the Epson SC-F9200, the Epson SC-F7200 and the Epson SC-F6200.
Last month's FESPA Digital was used by Durst to showcase its latest innovations for the large-format printing segment. With the Rhotex 500, Durst was launching the first 5-metre dye sublimation printer onto the market which, with its extra-wide printing width, can offer seamless soft signage / fabrics applications, stepping up the use of textile advertising and information media.
GJS has announced that it has been named Sawgrass' only Platinum Australian distributor.
The Teleios Grande/H6 was finally unveiled at FESPA Digital 2016 last month.
Textiles Alive has announced the arrival of New Zealand’s first 3.2 metre textiles-dedicated printer that will change the landscape of printing across New Zealand from May 2016.
J-Teck3 presented its J-Cube premium ink range at last month's FESPA Digital show in Amsterdam. The company claims it is growing market share by offering an extensive gamut of vivid colours, including striking fluorescents and varying shades of black. J-Cube equips textile companies with superior colour combinations and the capabilities to produce premium fabric products.
Many of the wide range of displayed textile applications on the Bordeaux stand were printed with the new Eden PG pigment ink. Eden PG ink can be used for all fabrics and in a single process with no need for post treatment.
Caldera demonstrated its dedicated fabric-printing suite for the first time in Europe at FESPA Digital 2016.
Sun Chemical presented the first worldwide showing of SunTex, its newly launched range of water-based inkjet inks developed to deliver optimum performance for digital textile and soft signage print applications.
The new systems are members of Kornit’s best-selling platform of Storm systems, which – in more than ten years – have earned a reputation as solid, robust and reliable industrial systems with high effective throughput.
Sawgrass launched its new SubliJet-HD Pro Photo XF inks for the Virtuoso 25” / 630 mm 8 Colour HD Product Decorating System, the first set of eight colour inks the company has developed for the Sawgrass VJ 628 printer.
New Zealand's Textiles Alive printers has launched a new look and fresh perspective on how it does business.
It has a new logo, a refreshed visual identity and a strengthened set of brand values that more closely align with its customer-focused ‘moving brands’ philosophy.
Kornit Digital has announced that it will be showing a new industrial-grade direct-to-garment printing system at FESPA Textile.
Durst will be showcasing the latest innovations and developments in the large format printing segment at FESPA Digital 2016 from March 8-11.
Bordeaux are reporting that their Velvet Jet inks passed the most rigorous level of testing and received the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) approval. GOTS is recognized as the world's leading processing standard for textiles made from organic fibres and treatments.