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Mtex showcasing textile digital print solutions at ITMA
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Oct '15
Mtex will be showcasing its complete textile digital print solutions at ITMA Milan for the very first time this year, and a few will be worldwide firsts in hall 18, stand E 112.

Mtex offers a full range of machines covering the entire spectrum of the digital textile print workflow, including pre and post treatment.

The company's solutions enable digital printing onto woven and knitted fabrics using a range of printers with different ink types that include Reactive, Acid, Pigment and Disperse dyes.

“This allows users to digitally print on to almost every fabric type including naturals, polyesters and polyamides, and includes finishing solutions for each one,” a press release from Mtex stated.

The new Mtex industrial digital lab sampling solution is capable of preparing and producing one metre samples in half an hour and will also sit comfortably inside an existing textile studio.

The global launch includes the CW-100 coater and washer, the S-100 1 metre industrial sampling steamer and the D-100 1 metre dryer with rotating belt.

“Alongside the new coater, steamer and dryer, will sit the Mtex 500 with reactive inks and the whole workflow will be demonstrated as a working industrial laboratory and sampling studio,” it said.

“Using only the best technology and highest quality components available, Mtex machines are engineered to industrial textile print standards, with award-winning Mimaki engines at the core,” it added.

Mtex is bringing to market a true digital solution in its Mtex Blue for woven fabrics and Mtex Vision for knitted fabrics, both with Pigment inks and in-built polymerisation for fixing the dyes to the fabric in one seamless process.

Both machines will come standard with IneditNeoStampa Textile printing RIP, a powerful colour engine which can generate ICC RGB profiles that will provide absolute correspondence of colour from screen to the printer.

The MTEX Pad will also be shown for the first time at ITMA which is a fully functional coating for pre- and post treatment of fabrics for digital printing. (AR)

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