EFI expands its industrial printing

3rd June 2019

EFI has teamed up with the German company Robert Bürkle, which has developed a range of finishing systems, in a move that will help EFI make its Cubik inkjet printers more atractive to the wood decorating industry. 

The new EFI Cubik S1800 is a UV LED printer designed for industrial wood decor production.
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Kornit announces new NeoPoly inks and printers

22nd May 2019

Kornit has announced new NeoPoly ink technology as well as a new direct to fabric printer, the Presto, a high volume industrial printer that does away with the need to pre- and post-treat the textiles, and does not consume any water in the printing process.

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EFI updates Optitex software

EFI has released a new version of its Optitex textile design software, with a new Print and Cut feature that enables printing of all garment patterns on a single roll. This alone should lead to significant savings in fabric roll inventory of 15-40 percent when compared to traditional methods.

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From A to B and back again

20th May 2019

The very last thing that I did at last week’s Fespa Munich show was to go to the organiser’s press conference, where Michael Ryan, group exhibition manager for Fespa, announced a brand new event, Sportswear Pro, for next year’s Fespa show in Madrid, Spain.

Visitors waiting to enter the Fespa 2019 show at the start of the first day.
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Roland shows off textile and decor prototypes

Roland DG used last week’s Fespa show to demonstrate a number of new concept machines that have been developed by Roland’s European operation, based on existing printers that have been built by Roland Japan, but targeted at specific applications, including textile printing and wall coverings.

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