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17/03/2017 – Heimtextil — auf Deutsch lesen

Textile printing adds flexibility to design and production

Heimtextil featured an Espon printing machine designed for printing, which paves the way for the quick production of individual textile designs.

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Digital Printing aroused much interest at Heimtextil – Flyeralarm, one of Germany’s biggest online printers has just become one of Kornit Digital’s new Allegro customers (Photo: Kornit Digital Europe)

 

Heimtextil featured an Espon printing machine designed for printing widths of 160/180cm, 220cm and 320cm, which paves the way for the quick production of individual textile designs on an industrial scale. Epson also exhibited the 64" SureColor SC-F9200 sublimation printer, which has been developed for the production of small to medium-sized print-runs on high-quality textiles as well as for the indirect printing of hard materials, such as placemats, cups, mugs, cutlery and vases etc.

Digital roll-to-roll printing is currently arousing plenty of attention in the industry. Kornit Digital from Israel, whose stand at Heimtextil in Frankfurt resembled a nursery, presented the “Allegro” roll-to-roll printing system, for which it received several orders. Flyeralarm, one of the biggest online printers in Germany, and likewise a new Allegro customer, seized the opportunity at Heimtextil to show off its newly acquired capabilities (e.g. digitally printed textile products in cotton).