UV-curable inks

March 1st, 2008

A new range of Jeti Premium UV-curable inks has been developed by Gandinnovations, in collaboration with OEM partners worldwide, for use in the Jeti Flatbed Series Printers. The new inks exhibit excellent flexibility and superior adhesion to polymeric substrates such as polystyrene, different grades of PVC, polyolefins, polyesters and many others. The inks will help […]

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Tracking curtain hardware

March 1st, 2008

A new Duratrack Inc. curtain system can be used to create privacy and partitions in a wide range of settings. Galvanized steel system includes a range of products that suspend and anchor the curtain system, as well as a variety of trolleys that allow the curtains to move along the track, which is sold in […]

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COLORIP Upgrade for Roland printers

March 1st, 2008

The Wasatch COLORIP Upgrade offers additional capabilities and compatibility to Roland owners, providing users with the latest file formats and operating systems, third-party media profiles and premium features such as 16-bit color, direct-to-layout workflows and pre-RIP nesting. The new color pipeline maintains color data to produce more output that's more faithful to the original image, […]

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Solutions for daily printing

March 1st, 2008

3P InkJet Textiles Corp.’s media solutions facilitate your daily printing business, offering premium lines developed for particular ink technologies. Collection of TruColor media was specially designed for optimizing output with solvent and eco-solvent printers to achieve the highest possible printing results. 3P also offers the economical Value line, recommended for either direct or transfer sublimation […]

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Recycled garment line saves money

January 1st, 1970

Problem: Disposable garments from clean environments, such as those used in silicon chip production, are unnecessarily thrown away. Solution: Durable Tyvek® fabric made from HDPE is hard to tear or puncture, yet it functions as a breathable membrane that allows body heat and sweat to escape while preventing chemicals, paints and particles from getting in. […]

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Mimosa trees used for eco-friendly leather processing

January 1st, 1970

Danfield’s newest product is a 100 percent earth-friendly method for processing leather that uses a product derived from farm-bred Mimosa trees. The EcoHides™ process uses natural vegetable products and waxes to create a pliable, soft leather hide suitable for products ranging from leather shoes to furniture. Custom colors can be developed at the customer’s request. […]

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Jomar Softcorp offers mobility software

January 1st, 1970

Jomar Softcorp Intl. IFAI Expo 2012 Booth: 1961 What: Textile enterprise mobility software Why: Software with ERP and enterprise solutions for specialty and protective fabrics, technical and industrial textiles and cut and sew operations. Systems available include fiber manufacturing, spinning, warping, circular knitting, warp knitting and weaving. SOURCE Jomar Softcorp Intl.

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Fungi-fighting yoga mats and heat-seeking swampstools

January 1st, 1970

The classic yoga warrior pose combines grace and strength, and a new product developed by Sommers Plastics showcases those same attributes. Sommers Plastic Products Company Inc., Clifton, N.J., manufactures specialty polyurethanes, lenticulars, holographics, fake furs and faux leathers; its newest launch is a patent-pending antimicrobial EVA foam used in yoga mats. Equifit SpaCare, New York, […]

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Graphics One LLC introduces new direct-to-fabric printer

December 31st, 1969

Graphics One introduces the GO RIO TX direct-to-fabric printer for the flag and banner market. The RIO TX has been modified to image on multiple types of fabric with integrated high-performance ink delivery, fabric drying and fabric media handling systems. It can also image on paper offering the ability to do both direct-to-fabric and paper […]

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