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Textile Printing

Merritt Graphics Enters Digital Textile Printing with New PrinterEvolution Eos126 DS Dye Sub Printer

Digital textile printing is a growing opportunity for wide-format applications. It is quickly transforming the world of display graphics in the exhibit, P-O-P and retail market segments, and it continues to revolutionize the print industry. Fabrics are lightweight, environmentally friendly, easily transported, and the applications are virtually endless. These characteristics contribute to fabric graphics placing second in The Wide Format Imaging "2014 Top 40 Shops Top 10 Growth" segments.

Epson SureColor F2000 Direct-to-Garment Printers Win 2014 Must See 'Ems Award

Epson announced its SureColor® F2000 Series direct-to-garment (DTG) ink jet printers have received a Must See 'Ems award in the "Future of Print" category. Selected by a panel of distinguished industry-leading consultants and experts, the Must See 'Ems winners represent the most compelling technology and trends impacting virtually the entire graphic communications industry. The SureColor F2000 Series will be honored at the upcoming Graph Expo show, taking place Sept. 28 – Oct. 1 at McCormick Place in Chicago.

Gandy Digital Launches 'Softjet' Soft Signage Printer for Profit-Driving Textile Applications

Gandy Digital today announces the launch of the Gandy Digital Softjet, soft signage, high resolution, digital dye sublimation printer. To be previewed for the first time at SGIA (Las Vegas, USA, October 22nd – 24th) on booth #439, the Gandy Digital Softjet printer is designed for textile printers and large format print houses looking to increase print quality and productivity, explore new revenue streams and drive profitable growth.

SHIMA SEIKI to Participate in Advanced Textiles Expo

Leading computerized knitting machine manufacturer SHIMA SEIKI MFG., LTD. of Wakayama, Japan, together with its U.S. subsidiary SHIMA SEIKI U.S.A. INC., will participate in the Advanced Textiles Expo exhibition in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A. this October. On display will be the company's latest technological contributions to the field of technical textiles.

Hollanders outlines change in service policy for original ColorBooster printer users

With the growth in popularity for its newer wide-format digital textile printers and the benefits now incorporated from using the latest print-heads and engineering, Hollanders Printing Systems is now ceasing to supply standard service contracts on its original ColorBooster 230 machines. Instead it will be offering its existing customers ad hoc maintenance options as well as emphasising an attractive upgrade path to either the 2.5m ColorBooster 250 or the 3.2m ColorBooster XL platform.

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