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SPGPrints' Pike digital textile printer wins EDP award
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Jun '16
Jorgen Lindahl (right) accepts the EDP award for SPGPrints from Martin Spaar (left) of
Jorgen Lindahl (right) accepts the EDP award for SPGPrints from Martin Spaar (left) of 'Publisher' magazine, Switzerland
SPGPrints' Pike digital textile printer won the European Digital Press (EDP) award for 'Best Industrial Textile Solution' at Drupa 2016, in Dusseldorf, Germany.

Pike, which was launched in ITMA Milan 2015, provides textile printers the opportunity to switch to various images within one roll, and offers very short turnaround times compared to traditional textile printing.

The Pike printer features the break-through Archer technology with Fujifilm Dimatix Samba print heads for high-quality single-pass printing. Pike delivers fine lines, subtle halftones, smooth gradients and sharp geometric patterns at speeds up to 40m/minute and provides the combined advantages of shortened time to market and reduced logistics costs.

Jorgen Lundahl, area sales manager for SPGPrints, on accepting the award said, “We are very excited to have won this award for the PIKE printer. It not only recognises Pike's significance in the textile market, but also SPGPrints' leadership in digital printing technologies. The advantages Pike can bring to textile printers will be reinforced in the marketplace by the award, and the overall credibility of digital textile printing enhanced.” (HO)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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