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EFI to present sustainable solutions at Drupa 2016
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May '16
Courtesy: EFI
Courtesy: EFI
Electronics for Imaging (EFI), a leading manufacturer of printers and printing solutions, will be displaying its high-end digital textile machines, EFI Reggiani, at Drupa 2016 to be held from May 29-June 10 in Dusselford, Germany.

Reggiani digital printers offer complete optimisation of the textile manufacturing process with reduced energy and water consumption for greater efficiency and lower environmental impact.

Also on display at Drupa, will be EFI Inkjet printers, productivity software suites, and Fiery Digital Front Ends. A live demonstration of latest EFI innovations will be provided in hall 9 booth A40.

EFI's complete printer portfolio, which also features industry-leading LED and UV inkjet narrow, wide, superwide-format and ceramic decoration technologies, gives opportunities for "Imaging of Things," delivering product customisation and appeal in everything from signage and packaging to décor, apparel and industrial manufacturing. (HO)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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