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SPGPrints to display new textile printing machines at ITMA

22
May '19
Pic: SPGPrints
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SPGPrints is set to display new, innovative textile printing machinery at ITMA 2019, in hall 3, stand B203. The leading textile and garment technology exhibition will be held from June 20-26, 2019, in Barcelona, Spain. SPGPrints, headquartered in Netherlands, is the global leading provider of integrated solutions for textile, label, and industrial markets.

For printing companies who are ready to embark on a digital textile printing journey, a visit to ITMA Barcelona 2019 will definitely be worthwhile. SPGPrints will be giving live demonstrations of its second generation Pike single-pass digital textile printing machine printing on viscose fabric with reactive inks. Based on the Pike’s established image quality performance combining the industry’s highest resolution of 1200 dpi with the smallest droplets and lowest ink consumption, visitors at ITMA can see the new Pike printing at considerably higher speeds than before while producing the best deep black blotches ever created in the industry, the company said in a press release.

Also, from the established Javelin multi-pass printing machine, a second generation will be showcased at ITMA 2019. Besides the extension with an acid and a direct sublimation application, this new Javelin will have additional functionality that boosts both the top printing speed as well as the average speed to print every design, resulting in a higher print capacity per day or month.

Visitors wanting to learn more about the company’s world-renowned consumables can visit the unique Experience Centre at their stand. In the Digital Ink Experience Centre, SPGPrints will take the visitors behind the scenes of the development and production of their high-quality digital inks and launch two new versions of their deep black ultra HD in the Nebula reactive ink series for Kyocera print heads.

In terms of conventional printing systems, SPGPrints will take the opportunity to showcase its latest generation of the nine colour Pegasus EVO rotary screen printing machine at ITMA 2019. Visitors can learn about the innovative construction and technology and learn how both the Pegasus EVO as well as their RD8 rotary screen printing machines can help them enhance their printing process. The company will be launching two of its latest, most innovative screen technologies, the new Ortascreen and the new Randomscreen Eco, at the Screens Experience Centre at ITMA 2019.

In the Screens Experience Centre, visitors can learn more about which screen type helps them create the best output. At the Screens Experience Centre, SPGPrints will give the opportunity to actually see, hear, and experience why their rotary screens are unique in its kind and the visitors can see and touch its high-quality output.

High-quality printing output starts with selecting the excellent screens. But a good screen is useless when it’s engraved in a bad way. The BestLEN direct laser engraving machine is the benchmark equipment for engraving high-quality screens for textile printing process. At ITMA 2019, visitors will be able to see the BestLEN direct laser engraving machine and learn about the different engraving techniques.

With hundreds of BestLEN engravers currently being operated, the direct laser engraving machine helps printing companies worldwide to produce a consistent level of high-quality screens with minimum interference of their operators. Since the BestLEN has a dry process, a minimum amount of water is used and the engraving process is very short, while human interference is brought back to a minimum. (GK)

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