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Colorjet to show direct to fabric printer at GTE 2015
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Feb '15
Colorjet India, a wide format digital inkjet print technology company, will showcase the live demonstration of Fabjet Grand—its latest grand format direct to fabric printer for customised home furnishing textiles, at GTE 2015, scheduled to be held from February 28, 2015 in NSIC Ground, Okhla, New Delhi.
 
Colorjet will display Fabjet Grand—a perfect solution to print directly on various types of fabric for short run and customised designs printing for the home furnishing business and is also an excellent industrial solution for mass production of home furnishing textiles—at Hall E, stall no E5, the company said in a press release.
 
Fabjet Grand is targeted at the customised home furnishing textile segment, particularly for producers of home décor products like curtains, bed covers and sofa covers which are directly printed on cotton and polyester based fabrics and uses environment-friendly aqueous based pigment inks.
 
The Fabjet Grand features a proprietary AIVC technology for consistent print performance by maintaining constant jetting conditions even in varying environmental conditions and offers excellent print life with vivid eye-catching long-life colours for unique and richly finished fabric. 
 
It has an automated feed and a take up system, synchronised with tension bars for long unattended print runs on various types of fabric. It operates via a pneumatics control-based tension-bar on media feed and take up, to ensure consistent tension on fabric and adjusts automatically based on the type of fabrics being used.
 
“End users are looking for a unique style in home interiors. They can use something they have designed, a photographic image that they like or a specialty look that doesn’t come from a stock wall covering,” says Colorjet India director Pavan Gupta.
 
“The immediacy of digital printing is what’s appealing for creating custom furniture or drapery pieces. Digitally printed fabrics are much more on-demand as setup time is shorter than screening and any changes can be made quickly,” he adds. 
 

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