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Zschimmer & Schwarz builds digital printing pilot system
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Feb '16
Zschimmer & Schwarz Mohsdorf will put into operation a new pilot system for reactive digital printing in the first quarter of this year.

“The company invested in a digital printer made by MS Italy, specifically the MS JP5 Evo,” a newsletter from Zschimmer & Schwarz informed.

“This printer, in addition to enabling dispersion printing on polyester, will now make it possible for us to create prototype reactive prints using our primer systems and inks,” the company added.

“With four printheads and eight different colours, it can print up to a maximum width of 1800 mm,” Zschimmer & Schwarz informed in the newsletter.

In the future, this machine could potentially be used to produce special prints, such as high-quality designs by artists at Germens Artfashion, with whom a long-standing collaborative relationship already exists.

It further added that there are already plans for further investments to complete the production line with corresponding technology systems for the pre-treatment and post-treatment of digital reactive printing.

Zschimmer & Schwarz also informed that it is exhibiting at FESPA Digital being held in Amsterdam and will be presenting new products from the Diamontex range in hall 5, stand P140. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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