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Newtech displays COOLTRANS printing machines at Interdye
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Apr '18
Newtech Textile Technologies, the leader in waterless precision fabric printing from China, displayed the latest printing machines in their COOLTRANS family at the Interdye show. The 18th China Interdye show involves all textile, garments, and dye industries gathered under a single roof, and was held from April 11 to 13, 2018, in Shanghai, China.

The Series FP3000 fabric printers, presented at the show, use gravure offset printing for incredible detail and colour stability. The Series FP3000 prints both sides of 1.65 metre wide griege in a single pass running at 50 metres/minute. The Series FP3000 uses COOLTRANS room temperature, waterless process for creating brilliant colours in patterns or solids.

As it prints solids, the Series FP3000 is a waterless, low electricity replacement for conventional piece dyeing. Series FP3000 also replaces yarn dyeing. It produces fashion-grade denim twills and plaids that are simply printed yet look woven.

COOLTRANS patterns and solids look great on cellulosic, polyamide (nylon), and polyester in both knits and weaves.

Kalvin Chung, the company’s founder and CEO said, “We were inspired by the heat transfer process, which is pretty good for detail, but has real limitations. We developed a cool transfer process, that works with cotton and nylon, and also polyester. It is much more versatile, with better fastness and hand-feel than heat transfer.”

Newtech also showed their low liquid media-based transfer systems, Series MP1000 and FP1000 machines, which are now shipping around the world. Newtech’s booth was one of the Interdye’s most popular. Over 300 groups from Europe and Asia came to learn about COOLTRANS technology during the three day show. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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