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SPGPrints wins patent nullification case against Dover
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Jul '18
Courtesy: SPGPrints
Courtesy: SPGPrints
SPGPrints, a leading equipment and consumables supplier for printing in the textile and graphics industry, has successfully argued before the Dutch court in The Hague that the MS/Dover patent EP2643159 for single pass digital textile printing is not inventive. The Court therefore invalidated the patent for the Netherlands. Dover will not appeal the decision.
 
“As the inventors of rotary screen printing and a first mover in digital textile printing SPGPrints instantly recognised that the MS/Dover patent was not inventive. We are happy that this has now been confirmed by an experienced patent court,” said SPGPrints CEO Joustra.
 
As a leading global company in the textile, label and industrial printing markets, SPGPrints provides total system solutions, with a portfolio including screens, lacquers, inks, digital engravers, and a broad range of rotary screen and digital printing systems. The company has applied its electroforming expertise to developing highly reliable rotary screen technology. (RKS)
 

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