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Signage printer Group101 invests in MTEX 5032Pro
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Group101, a wide format print and signage specialist, has invested in an MTEX 5032Pro direct-to-textile printer, which will also be used for creating 'trussing' for stages at gigs and festivals and fabric backdrops for theatres.

With the MTEX 5032Pro, Group101 is now able to print directly onto a range of textiles including Airmesh vent fabric, backlit fabric, blackout display fabric and stretch fabric for display frames.

On acquiring the MTEX 5032Pro, James Sahota, founder of Group101 said, “The MTEX 5032Pro is a totally different solution as against the standard wide format printer. The stretch fabric display frames and pop-ups are like a sock, one pulls around the frame, and they can have a massive impact at up to 6 metres x 3 metres.”

“At the other end of the scale, we can also now produce theatre backdrops on fabric rather than a foamex board, with a seamless graphic that companies can fold up and put away,” he informed.

With the fabric that Group101 uses, its customers can wash the material at 30 degrees to keep it clean and the displays can be packed and carried over the shoulder in a bag similar to a rucksack. (AR)

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