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Extreme Display invests in second MTEX printer
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Feb '16
UK based graphic production company Extreme Display has invested in a new 3.2 metre MTEX 5032Pro direct to textile printer, which is the second MTEX printer it has in its facility. 
 
“Extreme Display specialises in delivering graphic solutions for retail, point of sale, event and exhibition, museum and interior projects, and works with clients from across the globe,” a MTEX press release informed.
 
The MTEX 5032Pro with integrated fixation and which runs at 58 sq. metres per hour is the second-generation version of the MTEX 5032.
 
Different fabrics can have varying tensions across the roll, so MTEX developed an electro-pneumatic feeding system that handles the challenges of printing onto textiles, while preventing errors.
 
“The feed and take up system has compressed air shafts which can handle bigger rolls of material than the previous model and is married with the un-interrupted bulk ink feed system for continuous printing,” the company added.
 
Director at Extreme Display Chris Jenkins said, “When we decided to expand our textile print offering, we chose the MTEX 5032Pro to continue our investment in quality.” 
 
“The 5032Pro is more cost effective, with faster turn around and quicker production times than the other options we looked at, and we already have an MTEX 3200 that we are really happy with,” he too added.
 
“We know that the MTEX 5032Pro will deliver the brilliant and vivid colours our customers have come to expect, with a resolution up to 1440 dpi,” Jenkins stated.
 
Stewart Bell, MD of MTEX Technologies said, “The work, Extreme Display produces, is at the cutting edge of direct-to-textile production, and the printed fine voiles they create are absolutely stunning.”
 
“The innovation of companies like Extreme Display continues to drive manufacturers like MTEX to develop the right new solutions for the new applications they conceptualise and want to produce,” Bell observed. (AR)
 

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