MTEX at ITMA 2015 to show complete direct-to-textile digital print solution

YarnsandFibers News Bureau 2015-10-29 12:00:00 – New York

MTEX for the first time this year at ITMA 2015 that is taking place from 12-19 November in Milan will be displaying its complete direct-to-textile digital print solutions. MTEX Solutions offers a full range of machines covering the entire spectrum of the digital textile print workflow, including pre and post treatment. The company’s solutions enable digital printing onto woven and knitted fabrics using a range of printers with different ink types that include reactive, acid, pigment and disperse dyes.

The MTEX booth in Hall 18 will be an impressive, stand-alone, actual working industrial digital textile printing facility and feature several worldwide launches that the company expects to help revolutionise the textile industry.

MTEX’s technology and expertise has grown to the extent that they now offer a solution for almost any kind of digital textile print application for both the traditional textile industry and sign and display.

The new MTEX industrial digital lab sampling solution is capable of preparing and producing one metre samples in half an hour and will sit comfortably inside an existing textile studio as much as being a stand-alone solution for digital textile printers.

The global launch includes the MTEX CW-100 coater and washer, the MTEX S-100 1 metre industrial sampling steamer and the MTEX D-100 1 meter dryer with rotating belt.

All of these solutions have been engineered and built to industrial standards at MTEX’s headquarters in Porto. Alongside the new coater, steamer and dryer will sit the MTEX 500, with reactive inks. The whole workflow will be demonstrated throughout all eight days of the show as a working industrial laboratory and sampling studio.

MTEX machines are engineered to industrial textile print standards, with award-winning Mimaki engines at the core, the company reports.

MTEX is bringing to market a digital solution in its MTEX Blue for woven fabrics and MTEX Vision for knitted (stretch) fabrics, both with pigment inks and in-built polymerisation for fixing the dyes to the fabric in-line in one seamless process.

To complete the offering specifically for the textile industry, both machines will come standard with Inedit NeoStampa Textile printing RIP, a colour engine which can generate ICC RGB profiles that will provide absolute correspondence of colour from screen to the printer, the manufacturer reports.

The company will also be putting on display the MTEX Pad for the first time at ITMA.

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