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Xeikon and Renowned Designer Hugo Diego Partner at Heimtextil

Friday, January 16, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Hugo Diego launches new digitally printed wallpaper collection  

Eede, The Netherlands – 3D bleached wooden paneling, bronzed iron sheets and cartoon character inspired designs; these are just some of the creative wallpaper capabilities Xeikon, an innovator in digital color printing technology, will showcase on its stand F25 (Hall 4) at Heimtextil, the largest international trade fair for home and contract textiles. Following a successful collaboration at several industry trade shows last year, Xeikon is again teaming up with innovative designer Hugo Diego to produce eye-catching tactile designs using the Xeikon Wall-Covering Suite, an all-in-one digital solution that produces a finished product. 

“We are very excited to be demonstrating the commercial and creative flexibility that our presses bring to the market and sharing how innovative designers can use them to develop offerings that stand out in a crowded market. Digital printing technologies from Xeikon allow designers to push boundaries and as such extend their portfolios with high impact and visually vibrant results – all without any compromise in quality,” comments Danny Mertens, Xeikon’s Director Marketing & Business Development Document Printing.

Outstanding quality for ultra-realistic new designs

Mr. Diego, who is launching his new 2015 Textures collection at Heimtextil, explains: “What makes this collection very special is that we are introducing for the first time wood and rusted metal textures. We will also be introducing a new set of bricks to complement our very popular red brick texture, and bring back our four very popular stone textures. All of our textures are in very high resolution with over a billion pixels. They are seamless and repeat every 12 feet (3.66m) which makes us unique compared to anything else available in the market. This enables us to cover large areas while still maintaining a very realistic effect. We are excited about our ongoing collaboration with Xeikon and the added flexibility it gives us and our customers compared to traditional production processes.” The Hugo Diego 2015 Textures collection catalogue is available online

While design is critical, digital print has taken production an evolutionary stage forward by enabling the ordering of panels from 0.91m (3ft) to 3m (10ft) in small quantities. Mr. Diego adds: “Without this type of printing capability, this product would not exist at this price point with this flexibility. The Xeikon Wall-Covering Suite of tools open a world of possibilities for any designer. Printing is now a very fluid process in my workflow. I can design a collection of textures, murals or patterns for a client, get prototypes printed that will be exactly what the production model will look like, and go into full production, all in one continuous motion. There is no need to use different machines or different substrates. Being able to use the same suite of tools for short runs or large productions is a real time and money saver when designing, creating, producing and distributing wall coverings of all types.”

Xeikon solutions at Heimtextil 2015 

On display will be the most productive top quality digital printing press on the market and an ‘all-in-one’ solution that produces a finished product. Xeikon will also be demonstrating wall-covering production and featuring its latest developments in toner technology.



By Atiqur Sumon on Jan 28, 2015

Hi Richard Romano. Today, most of the world gets going busy with technology. Technology is growing more powerful and more over digital graphic printing. Digital graphic printing industry developing the graphic social it's true. So I think Mr. Diego is right.


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