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SPGPrints to debut new ink & Javelin printer at Febratex
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Jul '16
SPGPrints will debut its new range of Nebula Acid HD (High Density) inks at Febratex 2016 to be held in Brazil from August 9-12 in hall 1, stand 18.

The company will also be introducing the Javelin digital inkjet printer for companies printing up to two million metres of fabrics annually, for the first time in the Americas.

According to SPGPrints, the Nebula Acid HD inks are a whole new formulation, offering increased colour depth and improved runnability and can be used with printers using Kyocera print heads.

“The new ink range is ideal for Polyamide (PA) Lycra swimwear, luxury silk items like fashion scarves, neck ties and wools,” the company added.

“Nebula Acid HD inks meet all industry standards for colour and water-fastness and the specifications for all major swimwear manufacturers and will be initially in CMYK, orange, red, blue and grey colours,” SPGPrints stated.

Designed for annual production up to two million metres, the Javelin printer features the same innovative Archer print head technology used in the recently launched, high-volume Pike printer.

“Using only six colours, Archer technology enables a wider gamut than the HD-gamut of other digital textile printing solutions,” the Netherlands based digital textile printer and ink producer informed.

It further added that fine line details, smooth gradients, blotches and geometrics can be accurately printed; due to the Javelin's variable drop-size capability of 2pL–10pL in resolutions of up to 1200x1200 dpi.

The Javelin uses multi-pass scanning action with an array of Fujifilm Dimatix Samba print heads to cover the 1850 mm width with sharp image production. (AR)

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