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Sabur Sign UK exclusivity with DGI

Monday, September 21, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Sabur Ink Systems are pleased to announce that we have signed exclusive distribution rights for the DGI (Digital Graphics Incorporation) range of sublimation and textile printers for the UK and Ireland. We have added to our range the HSFT & HSFT II industrial sublimation printers with print speeds of up to 200m2 per hour and true production speeds of 180m2 per hour on the HSFT II. This allows our sublimation customers large volume production with one footprint and lower production costs, due to being able to run lighter weight papers and reduce labour time. We will have the HSFT II available for demonstration at our Barnsley showroom from the beginning of November 2015. We will also be exhibiting the printers at ITMA in Milan.

We will also be distributing the FT1904 & FT1908 textile printers which run the same head technology as the HSFT printers and can print at a speed of up to 175m2 per hour. These models are able to print directly onto natural fabrics such as cottons and silks alongside polyester fabrics with the use of Reactive, Acid & disperse dyes (Pigment inks expected early 2016).

“ We are very excited about the UK distribution with DGI as this further expands on our sublimation offering to the UK. The HSFT printer has been widely praised around the world by customers for its reliability and performance in the sublimation sector. Within our showroom we now have 8 different printers for customers to openly test to find the best suit for their business alongside a Klieverik calendar press, making it one of the largest sublimation showrooms in the UK.”  Says Aaron Burton


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