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Deniz Export to use SPGPrints' bestLEN 7413
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May '16
Deniz Export will be using SPGPrints' direct laser engraver, bestLEN 7413, for imaging rotary screens in its new textile printing plant in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

The bestLEN 7413 engraver facilitates the production of textiles with sharp images, fine lines, and perfect halftones. It avoids time-consuming processes like exposing and washing and reduces costs by eliminating the need for films, chemicals and their disposal. This cuts screen engraving cycles to just 30 minutes, and minimises chances of human error.

“For us, it was important to have the best and latest equipment for our new operations. SPGPrints' reputation for innovation, quality and reliability made the bestLEN engraver particularly attractive. It will provide a solid foundation for our business,” said Levent Gök, purchasing manager, Deniz Export.

“High-quality textiles begin with high-quality screens. The choice of the bestLEN 7413 by Deniz Export for its first textile printing operation is gratifying. It is their first SPGPrints system and we look forward to a long relationship with them,” said Hakan Uzman, managing director, SPGPrints Baski.

Deniz Export's bestLEN laser engraver will be shown on the SPGPrints at ITM 2016 from June 1-4, in Istanbul. (HO)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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