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SPGPrints to show digital printers at ITMA Asia 2016
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Oct '16
SPGPrints, a leading company in the textile and graphics printing market, is set to present digital inkjet and rotary screen printing systems for textile printers, at the ITMA Asia 2016, Asia's leading-edge business platform, to be held from October 21 to 25, 2016, at the National Exhibition and Convention Centre, Shanghai, in booth H5D01.

Highlights on the stand will include the first demonstration of the JAVELIN digital inkjet printer for medium and large capacity requirements in China, plus the complete new range of NEBULA inkjet inks that offer superior runnability, sustainability and an increased colour gamut. SPGPrints will also present its high performance rotary screens and laser exposing systems for high quality digital screens.

SPGPrints' JAVELIN scanning digital inkjet printer is designed for companies printing up to two million metres of textiles annually. The printer will be operational throughout the show, giving visitors a real-time experience of its quality, flexibility and ease of use. Print samples will be available for evaluation.

The JAVELIN printer features SPGPrints' unique Archer technology. With nozzles 4millimetres from the substrate, compared to the more usual 1.5millimetres nozzle-fabric distance, a wider range of substrates can be run, and the chance of print head damage is reduced. Using only six colours, Archer technology enables a gamut wider than the HD-gamut of other digital textile printing solutions. In addition, SPGPrints' 'Archer Print Head Program', provides a two-and-a-half-year guarantee on the print heads in combination with the use of accredited inks.

SPGPrints' portfolio of NEBULA inkjet inks for textile applications offer a broad colour gamut optimised drying and excellent runnability with all digital printers using Kyocera print heads.

The company will also exhibit its RandomScreen that suppresses moiré effects in halftones, with smartLEX 7430 laser exposing system that contains the company's unique multi-beam diode technology and combines long life, high productivity and resolutions of up to 2540dpi. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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