BERGAMO, Italy — January 26, 2016 — EFI™ Reggiani highlighted the many different décor applications possible with its versatile, leading print technology this month at Heimtextil 2016 in Frankfurt. The company’s exhibit reproduced a home environment with numerous direct and transfer-printed applications that exhibit EFI Reggiani technology’s high quality and sustainable print processes.
The stand featured several industrial textile print applications produced with EFI Reggiani machines, including the ReNOIR digital printing platform and Mezzera and Jaeggli pre- and post-treatment machines.
“Businesses in the home textile space have more choice than ever before in offering, custom and smaller-quantity designs using our inkjet printers,” said Dr. Ambrogio Caccia Dominioni, managing director, EFI Reggiani. “At Heimtextil, customers saw the benefits for themselves with the breadth and depth of EFI Reggiani capabilities for printing different home textile applications using a wide range of ink types.”
Printed items on display showed how advanced printing technologies successfully address broad section of the consumer home textile market. Visitors saw everything from pillows digitally printed using a transfer process, to sofas with direct-printed upholstery, to direct-printed curtains produced using pigment inks and many more.
Eco-friendly Printing For Home Textiles
The printed items highlight the wide variety of possible applications developed after more than six decades of Reggiani product innovation and implementation for leading-edge textile printing technologies. The EFI Reggiani product line is especially strong as an eco-friendly alternative to other processes, with new chemistry using water-based inks that significantly reduce pollution without compromising quality and speed.
In addition to the Heimtextil exhibit, EFI Reggiani is showcasing its latest home and apparel textile printing capabilities at several tradeshows, including Colombiatex in Medellin, Colombia; the ISPO sports industry conference in Munich; the Dhaka International Textile and Garment Machinery Exhibition in Bangladesh; Avanprint in Paris; and the Inlegmash textile manufacturing and processing exhibition in Moscow.
Posted January 26,2016
Source: EFI Reggiani