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Cestrian installs EFI Reggiani digital textile printer
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May '16
Courtesy- EFI
Courtesy- EFI
Cestrian Imaging has installed EFI Reggiani PRO 340 digital textile printer to meet the increasing demand for high quality fabric printed displays, branded apparel and more. The printer is versatile in the types of inks including disperse direct, reactive, acid, disperse sublimation, and textile pigments and enables printing larger designs onto large-format rolls of textile.

With its 16 heads, eight colours, drop sizes from 4 to 72 picolitres and resolutions up to 2400 dpi, the EFI Reggiani PRO printer provides exceptional, accurate and consistent fabric handling with its ‘sticky belt’ industrial feeding feature.

“With the EFI Reggiani PRO 340, we can offer even more customised work, spectacularly coloured and complex print designs. This printer will allow us to deliver just in time designs for freestanding fabric walls, light boxes and other fabric displays,” said Paul Gibson, Cestrian's production director.

The printer’s 340 cm width guarantees greater variety in terms of size or repeat. Its specified fabric weights from 30 to 450 gsm allows to achieve high throughput of up to 800 sqm/hour on a range of textiles that includes polyester, cotton, cotton-linen, polyamide, viscose and wool.

“We are also excited about the EFI Reggiani PRO's fluorescent ink capabilities. These inks produce bright colours beyond the range reproducible by process colour printing, while the availability of 16 ink channels guarantees smooth gradations,” added Gibson. (NA)

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