Epson announces new textile printers

10th March 2020

Epson has introduced two new textile printers, with a new, higher volume direct-to-garment printer, the SC-F3000 and the latest addition to its wide format series in the shape of the SC-F9400, which includes a variation that takes fluorescent inks.

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Roland launches t-shirt printer

28th February 2020

Roland has officially launched its Texart XT-640S-DTG t-shirt printer, which it has already shown off as a prototype at several shows over the last year or so, and which I’ve written about here after last year’s Fespa show.

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Inktec launches SubliNova G7 ink

14th January 2020

Inktec has expanded its range of after market SubliNova dye sublimation inks with a new SubliNova G7 ink, which is designed to work primarily with Epson DX7 printheads, though it’s said to also work with Epson DX5 and TFP heads,

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Mimaki launches TX300 hybrid textile printer

5th July 2019

Mimaki claimed to have launched a brand new hybrid textile printer, the TX300P series, at last month’s Itma 2019 show, which is quite a stretch since Mimaki already has a TX300P in its line-up, introduced in 2017.

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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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