Mimaki showcases digital textile & wallpaper solutions at Heimtextil 2015

 7th July 2015

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The home textile sector is just one of many expanding creative and commercial opportunities offered by digital printing. I look forward to discussing these opportunities with attendees, along with ways that businesses can ensure that they are at the forefront of this rapidly evolving sector.

Mimaki is set to showcase its latest textile printing technology at Heimtextil 2015. The international trade fair for home and contract textiles takes place at Messe Frankfurt, Germany from January 14th to 17th, 2015, where Mimaki will demonstrate its expertise and market-leading solutions for this sector on stand G15 in Hall 4.0.

“Huge technological advancements have brought about a major leap in the quality of digitally printed textiles and with the ability to produce samples, short run and custom textiles much more cost effectively, the digital proposition is becoming increasingly attractive to designers, retailers and marketers. Many major retailers are using digitally printed textiles to differentiate themselves by producing really eye-catching limited edition pieces,” explains Mike Horsten, General Manager Marketing EMEA at Mimaki Europe.

“These digital print technology developments open up some really exciting market opportunities for designers throughout the industry, and I believe that this really is just the start of a revolution in the sector,” enthuses Horsten who continues; “We are on the cusp of a sea change, and Mimaki solutions are ready to meet today’s needs as well as adapt to new requirements as they arise. At Heimtextil, we’ll again be pushing the boundaries of innovation and creativity with a broad portfolio of solutions for high quality digital printing of textiles. We’re ready for whatever the future brings!”

Mimaki is Gold Sponsor of the European Digital Textile Conference where Horsten will discuss “Why the home textile sector will switch to digital” on Thursday, January 15th, in Hall 4.0 at 12:25 pm.

Horsten comments, “The home textile sector is just one of many expanding creative and commercial opportunities offered by digital printing. I look forward to discussing these opportunities with attendees, along with ways that businesses can ensure that they are at the forefront of this rapidly evolving sector.”

Mimaki – which is distributed in the UK and Ireland by Hybrid Services Ltd, will demonstrate a number of solutions dedicated to textile production, ranging from the Mimaki TS500-1800 which is ideal for producing furnishing fabrics as well as sportswear, T-shirts and apparel, to the Mimaki TX500-1800DS with its ability to print on polyester-based materials, and other fabrics. The JV300-160 dye sublimation printer is suitable for everything from garment marking to fashion, with the JV400-160LX delivering high-quality latex print for wallpaper applications with its six-colour printing, including orange and green, for a broader colour gamut.

Horsten concludes, “Mimaki has a long and illustrious association with the textile market. With solutions ranging from entry level to volume production, we are equipped to cater for a wide variety of applications and needs, from short runs to high volumes. Such a strong and versatile portfolio gives us real confidence that whatever the market demands, we can help our customers to be highly flexible and responsive, further underlining our ethos of Let’s Create… Together.”