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Sei unveils digital laser for textile processing at ITMA
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Dec '15
At its stand at ITMA, Sei Laser introduced Flexi Denim, its new range of digital and eco sustainable laser solution for denim textile processing and garment finishing.

A Sei Laser press release said that Flexi Denim replaces the traditional and manual methods for discoloration, abrasion, decoration, marking, engraving and cutting of jeans and finished garments.

“Flexi Denim safeguards the environment by reducing water consumption by 80 per cent and eliminating the use of toxic chemicals in traditional methods during jeans treatments,” it added.

“The traditional methods require numerous washes causing considerable amount of water wastage and use of sophisticated and expensive purification plants,” Sei observed.

According to Sei Laser, Flexi Denim is a state-of-the-art digital laser revolution and solution for denim and textile garment finishing with the highest productivity, highest quality and ease of use.

Another unique feature developed by Sei Laser is the management and the optimisation of laser energy, which leads to reduction in energy consumption costs while having three times higher productivity than conventional methods and other laser machines. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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