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SPGPrints to show rotary screen printing system at ITMA
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Oct '16
SPGPrints, a global leading company in the textile, label and industrial printing markets, is set to highlight rotary screen printing and imaging technologies that enable textile printers to optimise uptime, drive quality, and print on the widest range of fabrics, at ITMA Asia 2016 expo, to be held from October 21 to 25, 2016, in Shanghai in booth H5D01.

SPGPrints' laser exposing systems are a productive, cost-efficient way of imaging nickel rotary screens to outstanding levels of quality. The company's smartLEX7043 laser exposing system contains the company's unique multi-beam diode technology that combines long life, high productivity and resolutions of up to 2540dpi. Using an intuitive Smart-GUI, smartLEX 7043 exposes screens between 300millimetres and 3500millimetres length, in exposing cycles as short as 12 minutes.

SPGPrints' electroformed seamless nickel screens are renowned for their strength, durability, stability at high print speeds, and the potential for high mesh-counts. The company's screen programme is suitable for numerous effects and fabrics.

NovaScreen screens offer the optimum in print quality and productivity for printing all kinds of fabrics, ranging from cotton, polyester and viscose, to silk, rayon and heavy materials like car upholstery. The high mesh count with streamlined bridges between specially shaped holes maximises paste transfer.

Additionally, the 155XT screen offers excellent printing and handling stability, and is easy to fit and strip. The high mesh count offers smooth tonal gradations. Its 13 per cent open area is almost 10 per cent larger than that of the standard 155 mesh screen. RandomScreen, which will also be exhibited, has stochastic hole arrangement, suppresses moiré effects in halftones.

Inkjet highlights on the SPGPrints stand, as announced in early October, will include the first demonstration in China of the JAVELIN digital inkjet printer for medium and large capacity requirements, plus the complete new range of NEBULA inkjet inks that offer superior runnability, sustainability and an increased colour gamut. (GK)

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