The industrial textile printer, which is available in 1.8- and 3.4-metre widths, is a highly versatile product capable of printing either direct-to-fabric or on transfer paper using the same ink set. Transfer Tech's new printer is 1.8-metres wide. EFI Reggiani demonstrated its capabilities during the show, printing on transfer paper for sportswear, fashion and signage applications, employing dye-sublimation inks.
The Reggiani Next model can efficiently print on cotton, polyester, polyamide and various blends, using disperse direct, reactive, acid, dispersed dye-sublimation or textile pigment inks, giving Transfer Tech many more digital print capabilities for growth. It will provide Transfer Tech with higher levels of productivity and quality that are unique for industrial textile production printers, with variable-drop greyscale printing from 4 to 72 picolitres, a top resolution of 2,400 dots per inch and production speeds up to 350 square metres per hour.
"The sportswear brands we work with rely on Transfer Tech to drive innovation with the best production offerings possible. The new EFI Reggiani printer gives our clients much more flexibility in both the types of products and the quantities they can order, while providing the high-end imaging quality our customers expect from us," said Peter Kraeutler, managing director, Transfer Tech.
The EFI Reggiani Next printer was one of several technologies EFI presented at Fespa Asia. EFI Reggiani's exhibit highlighted the 70 years of innovation, research and technological excellence that have made EFI Reggiani, which includes the Reggiani Macchine, Mezzera, and Jaeggli brands of industrial printing technologies, a leading worldwide provider of complete solutions for the textile market. With its focus on the development of sustainable processes, high-quality performance and outstanding service, EFI Reggiani helps its customers achieve superior results with its traditional and digital printers and pre- and post-treatment machines.
The exhibit at Fespa Asia highlighted the technologies that are driving development of the Asian domestic textile printing market, including new technologies in development that leverage EFI’s industry software expertise for web-to-print and workflow solutions and sustainable, green technologies and processes, such as pigment printing, and no-wash dispersed dye-sublimation print methods.
Fespa Asia visitors learned more about EFI Reggiani's green printing developments with new Aqua water-based reactive inks, which provide a safer printing process and high-end imaging capabilities while extending printhead life. (KD)
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