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i-Sub to give FESPA visitors a taste of variety in textiles

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

KETTERING, UK - Visitors to the forthcoming FESPA 2015 show (May 18th to 22nd 2015) in Cologne, Germany will be able to see a number of i-Sub Ltd's range of textile technologies all in one place.

Demonstrating the range of textile print equipment sold by i-Sub Ltd from its Kettering headquarters, FESPA 2015 will feature manufacturers Reggiani, Dgen, Mimaki, Monti Antonio and Coldenhove Papier. i-Sub Ltd's Sales Director Nick Davies and Technical Director John Purse will be in attendance on the stands to offer their technical expertise and discuss the benefits of investing in the latest digital textile printing machinery.

Reggiani (Hall 7, stand G20) will present the 'newborn' ReNOIR ONE hyper-performance machine, designed for sublimation printing on paper and direct printing onto fabric for fashion, sportswear and accessories applications. Meanwhile, Dgen (Hall 7, stand H25) will present its next-generation direct-to-textile and sublimation paper machines – Artrix G5, Teleios Grande G5, Teleios Black and Papyrus G5 – plus a coating machine. Mimaki (Hall 6, stands U5 and T11) will also demonstrate its newest textile printers, the TS500-1800AMF, TX500-1800 and JV300 130/160 range.

Nearby, Monti Antonio (Hall 7, stands H24 and H18) will showcase the diversity and unparalleled quality of its heat presses, from entry level to ultra-wide units, while Coldenhove Papier (Hall 7, stand H40) will use FESPA 2015 to introduce JET-X, a dye sublimation paper that can be used for fashion, home furnishing and even sport applications.

"FESPA is the largest and most extensive international wide-format print exhibition for screen, digital and textile print technology," says i-Sub Ltd's Sales Director Nick Davies. "It's a fantastic way for businesses to network with industry giants and to explore innovative printing technology. There's attendance from every link in the supply chain, enabling delegates to share ideas, educate themselves, generate sales leads and have fun."

 

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