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EFI sets out bold new horizons

One of the biggest exhibitions in the world dedicated to textile printing technology has been rumbling on at the Messe Frankfurt in Germany. And one exhibitor in particular has been banging the drum harder than most about the substantial revenue generating opportunities in this sector for print-service-providers more used to putting ink on paper or vinyl.

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The EFI Reggiani Pro series printers are designed specifically for the production of high volume textile-based display products such as soft signage and exhibition stand graphics

EFI Reggiani is one of the headline acts at Heimtextil and to spread its message it has constructed a home environment with a wide variety of direct and transfer-printed applications that highlight its technology’s flexibility and scope. “With our leading-edge portfolio, textile companies will see how they can efficiently meet nearly any type of product design need,” explains EFI Reggiani vice president and general manager Adele Genoni.

With its roots in the traditional wide-format inkjet printing sector and with its traditional customer base being sign-makers, specialist wide-format print houses, and commercial printers, EFI is keen to showcase the growth possibilities for companies that diversify into this sector.

With our leading-edge portfolio, textile companies will see how they can efficiently meet nearly any type of product design need

EFI's exhibit includes pillows digitally printed using a transfer process, sofas with direct-printed upholstery, direct-printed curtains produced using different types of inks. The range of décor applications comes from the versatility EFI Reggiani provides with technologies that simplify textile production, and are designed and manufactured to the highest standards.

EFI Reggiani’s range spans 180, 240 and 340cm widths (70.87, 94.49, 133.86”) and has been growing in market share since EFI bought the company in 2015. Designed for a broad range of production needs, the printers hit speeds up to 1,600sq m/h at resolutions up to 2,400dpi.

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