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Stratasys to raise ownership in Xaar 3D
Xaar has announced that Stratasys has entered into an agreement to purchase shares of Xaar 3D Ltd that will increase Stratasys’s stake in Xaar 3D from 15 to 45 per cent, with Xaar plc, through its fully owned subsidiary, Xaar 3D Holdings, having the remaining 55 per cent.
aleph invests 6% of turnover in technology R&D: CEO
Founded in 1999 in Como, Italy, aleph has become an international player in digital printing solutions with a dedicated sales force and a distribution network located in key textile markets.
Digital footprints in the textile printing market are multiplying. This was clearly visible during the ITMA Barcelona in June this year where a separate hall was dedicated to the digital printing industry, with a 40 per cent rise in the space for this fastest growing segment, reports the ITJ cover story.
India, a strategic market for Mimaki: Tobias Sternbeck
Mimaki is one of the leading manufacturers of inkjet printers and cutting systems in the world. The company offers a wide range of sublimation printers, ranging from entry-level printers to grand format printers for higher volume environments.
Zimmer’s COLARIS, a big success in India
ZIMMER Austria is an expert for printing on heavyweight textile substrates, covering anything from woven, nonwoven, velour, plush, terry, artificial fur, or other voluminous substrates such as carpet of different construction and pile weight range up to 3.000 g/m2 and more.
A great success for Epson and its Monna Lisa Evo Tre
Paolo Crespi, Direct-to-Fabric Sales & Marketing Director EMEAR & Americas, comments, “ITMA is one of the most important events in the textile calendar for Epson and the latest show has been a great success for us.”