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EFI Reggiani Drives Sustainability for Textile and Apparel Direct-to-Fabric Printing Solutions

Catherine Cresswell
 Apr 9, 2020

As is the case for many other trade shows that were supposed to take place during the first half of this year, FESPA 2020 has been postponed due to the coronavirus. Originally scheduled for March 24 – 27, the event has been rescheduled to October 6 – 8. This postponement didn’t stop EFI Reggiani from announcing its new textile solutions, and FESPA attendees will hopefully get to experience these innovations firsthand later this year. FESPA October will also enable the company to introduce further innovations as the product lineup continues to evolve.

EFI Reggiani, an Italy-based provider of complete solutions for the global textile market, has unveiled some solutions that change the way textile products and apparel are designed and produced. Under the theme Innovation in Green, the company is highlighting its continued commitment to the environment with its sustainable solutions. EFI Reggiani is placing a particular focus on direct-to-textile printing for home textiles as well as fashion and sportswear applications.

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HP Stitch – HP Enters the textile printing market

Ron Gilboa
 Apr 26, 2019

HP’s long-awaited entrance into the textile market was unveiled at the ISA Show in Las Vegas this week with a well-attended event where two new machines were front and center. Prior to this event, analysts and journalists got a sneak peek at HP’s European Innovation Day where the company’s future strategy and innovation were discussed.

Under the umbrella brand “HP Stitch,” the company plans to build out a range of products to ‘reinvent’ or possibly ‘disrupt’ the market going forward and doing so using their core HP thermal inkjet.  With the new ‘S’ sublimation range of devices it is clear is that HP is dipping its toe into the fast expanding digital textile fabric printing sector, in the process expanding on its leadership in graphics market, where the has long been involved with its aqueous, latex, solvent and UV inks.
The two devices that were officially launched at the show, were the S300 and S500, are 1.6m (64 inch) machines targeting the polyester-based sportswear, fast fashion, and soft signage market. Furthermore, the company will also launch a third product in the family the HP Stitch S1000, at the upcoming FESPA in Germany in May. The HP Stitch S1000 is a 3.2m (126 inch) device and will be targeting soft signage as well as the contract home décor market that uses a high proportion of polyester based fabrics.

HP Stitch Entry into the fashion world

HP Stitch Entry into the fashion world

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Digitally-printed Fabrics Abound at TexWorld USA 2015

Ron Gilboa
 Jan 26, 2015

As I roamed the aisles at TexWorld USA in New York City last week I was impressed by the high level of awareness of digital print. On top of that, of the two dozen or so booths that I stopped at, about a third were actively using digital printing technologies. Held bi-annually, TexWorld USA is where fabric and garment manufacturers and local buyers meet to exchange ideas and place orders for the coming fashion season. Exhibitors from Asia, the Middle East, North America and many other regions showed textiles for use in clothing for women, men, juniors and infants. About 300 exhibitors from 17 countries were on hand at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City from January 19th to the 21st.

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Milan, Italy – The hub for digitally printed fabrics

Ron Gilboa
 Aug 13, 2014

For centuries Milan and the lake Como region have been the trend setters for fashion and décor industries and a source of innovation in fabric printing. Thus it’s no surprise that the wave of digital printing technology that is emerging in many industrial markets is making significant impact on the region. With its early roots in the 1990’s, inkjet innovations found their way into Italian digital printing systems for fabric by companies like Robustelli. Today, this area is brimming with solutions from companies such as Aleph, F-tex, DURST, Kornit, Regianni, MS Printing systems and more. Over the past decade these innovators developed solutions aimed at producing eye catching fabrics that are on display in catwalks around the world from Milan, New York, Tokyo and Paris. Read more »

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