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Mimaki maps out textile plans for Heimtextil

Mimaki is preparing to showcase various solutions from its digital textile print product range at next year’s Heimtextil, in an effort to reach a wider audience.

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The Tx300P-1800 will be one of Mimaki’s textile range to feature at Heimtextil

Taking place at the Messe Frankfurt in Germany from January 10th to 13th, the event will focus on the textile market, with companies from across the sector to attend.

Visitors to the Mimaki stand will be able to find out more about solutions such as the Tx300P-1800B direct-to-textile printer, a 1.8m machine that runs pigment inks and has been specifically designed for on-demand creation of high quality textile output-all at seeds of up to 66sq m/hr.

Mike Horsten, general manager marketing of Mimaki EMEA, comments: “There is a big change happening in textile printing; this is being driven by a number of factors, including the advancements in digital textile printers and inks, as well as the demand for shorter runs, faster cycle times and more customised textile-based products for home and fast fashion. 

There is a big change happening in textile printing; this is being driven by a number of factors, including the advancements in digital textile printers and inks, as well as the demand for shorter runs, faster cycle times and more customised textile-based products for home and fast fashion

“Digital textile printing addresses these market requirements and offers a new, greener way to produce outstanding textiles.”

Also on display will be the Tiger-1800B is a high production, industrial digital textile printer, which can operate at a maximum print speed of 385 sq m/hr, with a print resolution of 600dpi and a print width of 1.85m.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to see the Tx500P-3200 3.2m direct-to-textile sublimation printer, which can reach speeds of 130 sq m/hr, as well as the TS300P-1800; a next-generation 1.8m sublimation transfer printer.

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