The new Javelin inkjet printer enables textile printers to take the first step into digital printers to enjoy exceptional quality and productivity levels. Javelin features the ground breaking Archer print head technology. The Javelin printer’s array of Fujifilm Dimatix Samba print heads are incorporated in a highly accurate and user-friendly print-bar technology. Archer print head technology enables multiple-pass solution combined with precision geometrics and low running costs.
“The launch of Javelin moves digital textile printing firmly into the mainstream by enabling smaller companies to enter digital textile production while enhancing the options for larger ones. Visitors to our stand will see that we have new solutions across the board from screen technologies, to universally compatible digital inks and printers. These developments reaffirm SPGPrints’ position of leadership in this industry,” said Jos Notermans, commercial manager digital textiles, SPGPrints.
SPGPrints’ new Pike digital printer for textiles offers the precision and operational simplicity, for the highest volume requirements, with speeds of 40m/min.
The company will also exhibit its Nebula digital inks that offer productivity and an expanded colour gamut for virtually all textile applications. These comprise high-density reactive, direct disperse and sublimation inks.
At ITM 2016, SPGPrints will showcase its NovaScreen programme of rotary screens offering high mesh count with minimum spacing between holes. This maximises paste transfer, enabling higher printing speeds and paste yields.
SPGPrints will also exhibit its RandomScreen, a screen that supresses moire effects in halftones. The holes are arranged out of line with each other, thereby eliminating the risk of undesired patterns becoming visible in printed results. (NA)
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