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Mtex presents digital direct-to-textile printers at FESPA
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May '17
Courtesy: MTEX
Courtesy: MTEX
Mtex Solutions SA, a leading manufacturer of digital printing equipments, is presenting three new digital direct-to-textile printers at the ongoing FESPA 2017 print expo. These printers are advanced in speed and technology and have been manufactured in accordance to the standards of Industry 4.0 at the state of the art manufacturing facilities in Europe.

These printers have variable drop size pro heads from 3 to 24 picoliter, a linear motor for fast and accurate print and up to 1440dpi. As per the industry requirements, the speed and production capacity of these printers can be modulated.  

The three printers are Mtex Dragon, Mtex Scorpion and Mtex Eagle.  Mtex Dragon is a 1.9m wide roll-to-roll printer with 8 heads and is available in either four or eight colours. Aimed at the sign, display graphics and interior décor market, the Mtex Dragon can print up to 137sqm/hour with four colours at 720dpi.

Mtex Scorpion is a 1.9m wide printer with the option of roll-to-roll or adhesive belt for stretched or knitted fabrics. It is available with either 16 or 32 heads and four or eight colours. It is aimed mostly at the high end fashion markets and is available with acid/ pigment or reactive ink dyes with speeds of up to 550sqm/ hour.

Mtex Eagle is a 3.2m wide printer with the option of roll-to-roll or adhesive belt for stretched or knitted fabrics. It is predominantly aimed at the display graphics and home textiles markets for disperse (dye-sub) or pigment inks with speeds of up to 543sqm/hour. (RR)

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