D.gen launches double-sided ink
Thursday, May 26, 2011
Korean textile printing specialist D.gen (A1/C70) has brought a new ink formulation to Fespa that produces 'double-sided' results on textiles using single-sided printing.
"It gives more weight to the ink, so it penetrates," explained D.gen overseas sales manager Julie Kim.
The manufacturer has produced all of the on-site Fespa Digital exhibition flags and banners using the technique, which works on polyester, cotton and silk.
The company’s booth has an ‘Eco-Land’ theme, and alongside a range of its existing textile printing equipment the firm is also showing a video of its new 3.2m-wide water-based inkjet textile printer, the Teleios Grande, which will be available in September.