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FESPA Digital Textile Conference 2016

Taking place on the 30th September for one day only, delegates will learn from leading industry experts sharing cutting edge content and their wealth of knowledge, experiences and insights into the latest innovative products, trends and case studies for digital textile printing.

New SubliJet-HD Fluorescent Inks and SubliJet-HD Expanded Gamut Inks

This new eight-colour ink set adds fluorescent yellow and pink cartridges to the proven SubliJet-HD C, M, Y, KXF, Lc and Lm configuration, giving sublimators a true multi-purpose solution for a much wider range of applications than possible with traditional CMYK inks.

Kiian Digital receives Nike Certification

The Digistar HI-PRO series from Kiian Digital has been awarded Nike's Restricted Substance List (RSL) Certification following its compliance with the global sports brand's rigorous regulations to meet or exceed worldwide legislative requirements, and is now licensed by Nike, Inc. for use in its substantial supply chain.

EFI acquires Optitex, fast growing global leader in integrated 3D design software

EFI has announced the acquisition of Optitex, an emerging, fast growing global leader in integrated 3D design software that enables the textile industry's digital transformation and accelerates the adoption of fast fashion. Privately held Optitex will be integrated into EFI's Productivity Software business unit.

Starleaton Digital Solutions to exclusively distribute George & Otto Friedrich in ANZ

Starleaton is proud to announce, after many months of discussions, it will be the official distributor for Georg + Otto Friedrich (G & O) in Australia and New Zealand. Regarded throughout Europe as the market leader, G & O is a leading German manufacturer and innovator of top quality, award winning digital printable fabrics specialising in knitted materials for dye sublimation printing.

New company masters digital textile printing challenge on wool

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.

Durst introduce the world’s first 5m-wide dye-sublimation printer

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.