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Textile specialist invests £250,000 in grand-format FabriVu 340

Specialised Canvas Group, the textile printer trading as Flagmakers and Banner Box, has taken delivery of a grand-format EFI Vutek FabriVu 340 fabric printer, in a move that will almost quadruple its production capacity.

Fabric focus for Marqetspace at PWL

Marqetspace is bringing its extended range of ink-on-fabric products to next month’s PrintWeekLive! and aims to inspire printers with the potential of textiles at the show.

Kornit refreshes Avalanche range with recirculating ink system addition

Digital textile specialist Kornit Digital has upgraded its flagship Avalanche direct-to-garment printer range by adding a recirculating ink system.

Heriot-Watt upgrades textile printing facilities

Heriot-Watt University’s School of Textiles and Design has become one of the first educational institutions in the UK to install Mimaki’s TX300P-1800 textile printer.

Mutoh marks Heimtextil debut with new dye-sub printer launch

Mutoh is marking its first participation at Heimtextil by launching a new dye-sublimation transfer printer suitable for home textile and interior decor printing.

Heimtextil 2017 to host raft of new launches and firsts

Heimtextil 2017, the international trade fair for textile and garment manufacturing, will provide a platform for a number of product launches and firsts when it opens its doors next week.

Changes at the top for Magna

Water-based ink manufacturer MagnaColours has appointed former Sawgrass Europe managing director Helen Parry as its new managing director.

Mimaki moves into industrial textile space with Tiger

Mimaki has moved into the industrial textile printing arena with the launch of its new Tiger-1800B printer.

Digital textile print market set for double-digit growth

The digital textile printing industry will double its year-on-year global growth for the next five years, new research suggests.

MagnaColours launches 'non-drying' textile screen ink

Water-based textile inks supplier MagnaColours has launched a new 'non-drying' textile ink, that allows several layers of ink to be applied without requiring a separate drying process.

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