DTG Digital will bring to FESPA Hamburg their production M6 model and showcase all over, seam to seam industrial printing workflows with aqueous pigmented inks for fast fashion cotton garments.
Scott Donkin of Mutoh Australia told us that they will be showing at PacPrint for the first time the new ValueJet 1938TX, a 1910mm (75”) wide dual staggered head high quality direct-to-textile printer.
Ian Stone of GJS has produced an unbiased guide for first time users of heat presses or those wishing to upgrade
Kornit Digital has announced a global procurement agreement with Cimpress, the world leader in mass customisation. Under the agreement, Kornit started supplying multiple Avalanche Hexa R-Series systems to Cimpress last year and will continue to do so in 2017.
Luescher-Tschudi GmbH, the Swiss textile printer manufacturer has announced several new innovations that will be on show at FESPA 2017
In addition to their existing model, the T-Rex 320, the company is showing T-Rex 320 Mark II and their thermofixing unit Quickfix Neo Mark II. Both machines having additional new, detailed improvements for the high demanding textile printing developments. The new professional Raptor 320 printer, as well as the newly developed thermofixing unit Therminator 320 will also be on show.
Mimaki have announced the release of a hybrid inkjet printer for textile and apparel market which can load simultaneously two different type of inks (textile pigment and sublimation dye ink) and can print with only one printer direct on materials such as cotton, hemp and polyester.
M&R has introduced the DigitalSqueegee high-speed direct-to-garment (DTG) digital printhead.
Roland DG announces the availability of ErgoSoft's new Roland Edition 2 RIP Software for dye sublimation printers
Roland DG has announced that ErgoSoft Roland Edition 2 RIP software will be available for its Texart dye sublimation transfer printers beginning in March, 2017.
Mohawk Fine Papers, in collaboration with Aurora Specialty Textiles Group, is launching a line of textiles for digital printing.
EFI has developed an advanced digital textile ecosystem to enable streamlined fast fashion production workflows and reduce time and cost out of the design and manufacturing process.
Epson has partnered with fashion designer John Herrera to produce a 30-piece collection digitally printed with Epson’s textile dye-sublimation printers. The collection was shown at Fashion Scout over London Fashion Week on Monday 20 February.
UK ink manufacturer Magna Colours has launched a new sustainability standard for water-based inks used in textile printing.
Magna Colours has developed the GNA mark which the company says will distinguish those textiles that have been made with no harmful chenicals.
VictoryOne is available in six-station modules from 22 stations/6 colours to 64 stations/24 colours with maximum image areas of 42 x 70 cm (16.5” x 27.5”) on small pallets and 55 x 70 cm (21.5” x 27.5”) on large pallets.
Users of the GT3 printers will be pleased to know that the system works with a full HD, 13 MB pixel digital camera to get the right print placement within less than 1mm of error.
Kornit Digital has announced the launch of its new Avalanche R-Series with ink recirculation system.
GJS has announced the availability of two new printer packages for the creation of high-quality film positives that can then be used to produce screens for the screen printing process.
Mutoh premièred the brand new ValueJet 1948WX, a 1900 mm wide high speed & high quality sublimation transfer printer offering print speeds exceeding 100 m²/hour.
DuPont Advanced Printing (DuPont) will highlight its digital ink offerings for textile printing during the ISS show in Long Beach, Calif., from Jan. 20-22, 2017.
Seiko Epson Corporation has announced two new hub sites dedicated to the development of new industrial digital textile products. The Innovation Research Lab, focusing on ink technology R&D, has been created by Epson together with For.Tex.
Vastex pin registration system for side clamp screen printing presses allows film positives to be registered onto screens off-press. Each screen can then be aligned in register on-press in minutes.
Kornit users may find some comfort in knowing that Kornit Digital has won a Silver-level “Hong Kong Digital Printing Award 2016 (Special Material Category)” bestowed by the Hong Kong Digital Printing Association. The award was given in recognition of the colour vibrancy and print quality of the work submitted by Kornit Digital which was a 100% polyester zipper vest printed on a Kornit Storm Hexa.