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i-Sub Ltd experts to advise ITMA visitors on latest textile technology

Thursday, November 05, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

KETTERING, UK - Experts from i-Sub Ltd will be on hand throughout ITMA 2015 (Milan, November 11th to 19th 2015) to guide visitors on the latest and highest quality textile printing and finishing equipment available in the UK, including brand new releases. 

Rather than be tied to a single stand, Kettering-based i-Sub will collaborate on the stands of its key suppliers – Mimaki, Monti Antonio, d.gen, Reggiani, Epson, Coldenhove, Sensient and TexPaper – to ensure British visitors at the Italian event receive full information about both the technology and i-Sub's corresponding service and support.

There will be a host of new releases at ITMA 2015, including the brand new direct-to-textile, roll-to-roll Mimaki TX300P-1800 printer, the 3.2m-wide Mimaki TS500P-3200 digital textile printer – available from i-Sub in 2016 – and neon pink and yellow inks on Mimaki's stand (Hall 18, C104).

There will be a completely new EFI Reggiani line (Hall 18, A109), demonstrating 'the link between the processes of preparation, printing and finishing, all bounded together', says the company. 

D.gen (Hall 18, D107) will show the new Arachne Hexa, offering quality and speed at 70lin/m per hour and direct pigment printing with three Ricoh Gen5 printheads – ideal for fashion and interior applications – plus Artrix G5, Teleios Grande G5, Papyrus G5 and Cap2000 machines. There are also new releases at Monti Antonio's stand (Hall 18, B109), including the Model 858 800mm front table rotary calender for pieces and rolls, suitable for mid to large apparel businesses, and the Model 902 IP machine for special effects. In total Monti Antonio will take eight machines to the event, showing their full range of applications.

Sensient (Hall 18, A105) will showcase its ElvaJet Punch dye-sublimation inks – revealed last month – and their excellent transfer efficiency on coated and even uncoated papers, while Epson (Hall 18, D101) will demonstrate its new HDK high-density black ink and the full SureColor fabric printing series.

The Coldenhove stand (Hall 18, G107) will have a focus on the new high-speed, high-yield sublimation, lightweight transfer paper – Jet-X – and TexPaper (Hall 18, A108) will unveil a brand new collection of digital papers for the fashion market.

"Visitors will find experienced members of the i-Sub team across the show floor for the full duration of ITMA, on hand to offer advice and help to any UK customers looking to buy any of these new and established machines," comments Nick Davies, Sales Director, i-Sub. "It's an excellent time to invest in new textile technology and British company representatives who travel to Italy to see these new products in the flesh can be sure of receiving full, honest information from i-Sub at the show and back home in the UK."

 

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