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Marabu showing new transfer printing concept at Drupa
23
Mar '16
At this year's Drupa, Marabu will be showing its new Plug & Print inkjet ink for Eco-Sol Max 3, a concept for digital textile transfer printing in hall 3, booth A87.

According to a Marabu press release, in cooperation with Mutoh, Marabu will be showing its new digital concept for 'cold peel' textile transfer printing onto tshirts.

With the new pigmented resin Texa Jet ink, Marabu combines the advantages of current transfer printing technologies in one application.

The design is printed in CMYK colour mode directly onto the foil without a time-consuming pre-press process and only the white barrier layer is applied using screen printing.

“The small layer thickness of the final patches allows a soft look and feel, thus increasing the wearing comfort of the printed tshirts,” the German company said.

“In this time and effort saving process, low and medium size orders can be produced with excellent resistance in high definition and bright colours,” it added.

The digital textile transfer concept will be shown on a Mutoh ValueJet 628 live at the Marabu booth and the final patches will be transferred via a heat press.

Marabu is a global manufacturer of liquid coatings and screen, digital, and pad inks with headquarters near Stuttgart, Germany and has been certified to ISO 9001 since 1995 and to ISO 14001 since 2003.

Marabu's track record of innovation stretches back to 1859, featuring many industry-first solutions for both industrial applications and graphic design.

With its 15 subsidiaries and exclusive distribution partners, Marabu offers high-quality products and customer-specific services in more than 80 countries. (AR)

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