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Apsom to display Konica Minolta’s Nassenger 10
Apsom Technologies was established as a service provider for the IT Industry. It strived to evolve its business with changing times from being a hardware vendor to a solution provider for the signage and textile industry.
Mouvent's TX801 can print on substrates
The high printing quality of the samples produced on the Mouvent TX801 intrigued many visitors and left them awed. Said, Reto Simmen, CBO of Mouvent, a start-up Swiss manufacturer of digital printing machines: “The interaction with and reaction from the attendees at ITM was phenomenal. For all of us who work at Mouvent, this is incredibly rewarding.”
ColorJet printer with Japanese Technology
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.
Mouvent's breakthrough digital textile printer
Mouvent achieved a major milestone in November with its first ever global trade show demonstration of its ground-breaking textile printing machine, the TX801. There were several live demonstrations of the TX801 during ShanghaiTex 2017, which were very positively received.
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 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.