All-In Green is EFI Reggiani's latest technological development and features the new EFI Reggiani ReNOIR ONE-600 printer. The ONE-600 model offers improved print quality with new ink feeding and recovery systems, superior imaging resolutions for efficient, high quality decor and apparel sampling and production. EFI Reggiani's All-In Green printing process provides superior printing definition, colour intensity, and dry and wet rub-fastness.
Another new offering at ITM is the new EFI Reggiani AQUA reactive ink providing a safer printing process while extending ink head life. The water based AQUA reactive inks are designed for use with Kyocera printhead technology that provide high end digital printing capabilities on EFI Reggiani machines.
EFI Reggiani is also presenting the 1.8m ReNOIR NEXT printing on transfer paper for sportswear, fashion and signage applications, employing dye-sublimation inks. The ReNOIR NEXT printer is a highly versatile product able to print onto fabrics using the same ink set with a 1.8m and 3.4m beltless digital printing system. (NA)
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