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Printing with nanotechnology-based inks

April 1st, 2010 / By: / Industry News

Xennia Technology, a subsidiary of Royal Ten Cate, Almelo, The Netherlands, recently demonstrated a process of printing with nanotechnology-based inks that add function to textile substrates. Xennia markets the digital print engines, software, ink systems and special inks; Reggiani Macchine, Bergamo, Italy, will design, build, sell and service machinery that makes use of the new process. A production version of a continuous textile printing machine will be ready before the end of 2010.

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