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SPGPrints hikes capacity following good orders for Javelin
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Sep '16
In order to meet the strong demand for the Javelin digital textile printer, which incorporates the ground-breaking inkjet technology, SPGPrints is increasing manufacturing capacity at its Austria facility. The Netherlands based company had earlier launched the Javelin at the textile machinery show, ITM 2016, where it received several orders for the machine.

According to SPGPrints, the Javelin is designed for companies printing up to two million metres of textiles per annum.

The printer uses a single-pass scanning action with an array of Fujifilm Dimatix Samba print heads to cover the 1850mm width with sharp image production.

Fine line details, smooth gradients, blotches and geometrics can be accurately printed due to the Javelin's variable drop-size capability of between 2pL and 10pL at a true native resolution of 1200 dpi.

The printer features SPGPrints' Archer print head technology that allows precision printing from a longer jetting distance.

With nozzles located 4mm from the substrate, the Javelin is compatible with a wider range of substrates, including sublimation papers, while the chance of print head damage is minimal.

“Additionally, using only six colours, Archer technology enables a gamut wider than that of other digital textile printing solutions,” the Netherlands based company said.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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