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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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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The writing’s on the wall

13th January 2020

This year’s Heimtextil marked the 50th anniversary for this tradeshow, which aims to highlight trends in the interior design market. Given that textiles is said to be one of the biggest growth areas for digital printing I thought it would be worth a visit.

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Put a sock in it

19th August 2019

One of the more niche printers that I saw at this year’s Itma show was the Ginga sock printer from Ichinose, which can produce personalised socks. Ichinose is part of the Japanese Toshin Kogyo company, which mostly develops conventional textile and screen printing machines.

Ichinose showed off this digital Ginga sock printer.
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Epson launches new textile printer and inks

22nd July 2019

Epson used last month’s Itma show in Barcelona to announce new additions to its Monna Lisa range of textile printers as well as a new series of Genesta pigment inks.

Paolo Crespi, direct to fabric sales and marketing director for Epson.
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Durst shows fifth generation Alpha

8th July 2019

Durst has introduced the latest version of its textile production press, the Alpha Series 5, in both the 190 and 330 versions, with the 330 version on show at the recent Itma exhibition. The new Alphas feature a number of improvements including a new advanced digital pigment ink for waterless one-step production.

Durst has made improvements to its Alpha series textile printers, with the introduction of the fifth generation of these machines.
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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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MS launches Mini Lario

3rd July 2019

MS Printing Solutions, which is part of the Dover Digital Printing portfolio, used the recent Itma show to launch its Mini Lario textile printer. MS says that the printer has been developed to fill a gap in the market between its LaRio and JPK-EVO printers in terms of speed and return on investment. 

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