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SPGPrints to launch digital solutions for home textiles
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Dec '16
Courtesy: SPGPrints
Courtesy: SPGPrints
SPGPrints, a leading provider of system and application know-how in textile printing, will introduce two new printers, 3200mm-wide Javelin and Pike, at Heimtextil 2017, which will be held from January 10-13 in Frankfurt, Germany. These printers feature the company’s unique archer technology and are meant for the home textiles and interior decor markets.

The company will conduct live demonstrations of its wide-format Javelin digital inkjet printer for decorative textile products at the company’s stall in Hall 6, while the stall in Hall 3 will feature the new Pike decor printers for home decor applications.

Making its global debut at the show, Javelin printer has a 3200mm width capability to enable the printing of home textiles including bed linens, curtains and hangings. Shorter runs, limited editions, and custom designs can be printed for domestic use as well as for hotels and resorts. Javelin prints up to six colours at 550 square metres per hour. It features a robust build and offers ease of use and maintenance.

Information on SPGPrints' wide range of screens and laser engraving systems for textile applications will be available at the company’s stand enabling visitors to compare the options and receive guidance on selecting the best solution for their specific requirements. (KD)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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