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Magic Textiles set for growth with new Roland kit

Leek-based Magic Textiles has set out plans to expand its services into new markets after purchasing a Roland RT-640 dye-sublimation transfer printer from Quality Print Services (QPS).

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Magic Textiles installed its new Roland RT-640 in January

Installed in January, Magic Textiles can now offer its customers printed products made from man-made fabrics such as polyester.

The new printer is running Nazdar NDT600 Series alternative inks, also supplied by QPS.

Lee Casswell, owner of Magic Textiles, comments: “Our new Roland printer has opened the door to some exciting expansion opportunities and enables us to offer printed polyester textiles alongside our existing range of cotton and cotton mix products.

We are really pleased with our recent hardware acquisition and are very optimistic about the opportunities it will open up for us

“It really was a case of dipping our toes in the printed man-made fabrics market. Since installation, we've also had enquiries from existing customers interested in flags and banners for outdoor use - something we were unable to offer until now.

“We are really pleased with our recent hardware acquisition and are very optimistic about the opportunities it will open up for us.”

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