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11.06.2021

EFI Reggiani introduces Textile Digital Printer

The new, industrial, entry-level EFI™ Reggiani BLAZE scanning printer from Electronics For Imaging, Inc. is making its debut at the ITMA Asia tradeshow, 12-16 June in Shanghai, China. The high-quality printer is an easy-to-use, smart solution to help textile companies blaze their successful trail into the world of efficient, sustainable industrial inkjet printing. It is equipped with EFI Reggiani’s state-of-the-art technology, offering high quality, reliability and flexibility on the widest variety of designs.

The new, industrial, entry-level EFI™ Reggiani BLAZE scanning printer from Electronics For Imaging, Inc. is making its debut at the ITMA Asia tradeshow, 12-16 June in Shanghai, China. The high-quality printer is an easy-to-use, smart solution to help textile companies blaze their successful trail into the world of efficient, sustainable industrial inkjet printing. It is equipped with EFI Reggiani’s state-of-the-art technology, offering high quality, reliability and flexibility on the widest variety of designs.

Cutting-edge technology in a compact footprint
The EFI Reggiani BLAZE printer is designed to give textile companies the opportunity to enter the digital textile printing market with a compact solution. The new, 1.8-metre wide printer offers an innovative, low-maintenance, continuous recirculation ink system equipped with a level sensor and degassing as well as a printhead crash protective system for longer printhead life and superior uptime.
 
Thanks to its cutting-edge printhead reliability and low maintenance costs for a competitive TCO (total cost of ownership), the BLAZE printer can produce up to 125 linear metres per hour with a printing resolution up to 600x1200 dots per inch (dpi). The printer – which delivers excellent productivity as one of the fastest digital inkjet solutions in its class – has eight 300-dpi dual channel printheads and can print in up to eight colours with full variable drop size.

Flexible fabric feed and handling for higher productivity
The EFI Reggiani BLAZE is equipped with a continuous and switchable belt washing unit to remove water and fabric hairs. An embedded device for adhesive application offers the possibility to use thermoplastic, resin and permanent adhesives.
 
The printer also includes other features for enhanced productivity and value, including a 400-mm roll unwinder, expandable shafts, an air gun and a pneumatic bar for standard fabrics.

Efficient software and electronics technology
The Reggiani BLAZE printer offers a friendly and intuitive user interface with real-time image processing and flexible queue management. The software also runs a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) job editor, as well as tools to accurately predict printing speed and ink usage.

EFI Reggiani TERRA Silver enhancement
EFI has also released an enhanced version of the EFI Reggiani TERRA Silver printer, a 1.8-metre wide printer operating with EFI Reggiani’s unique TERRA pigment ink with binder solution for high-quality, highly sustainable, direct-to-textile printing without steaming or washing.

Features:

  • A new recirculating ink system for superior reliability and minimum maintenance at start up and during production
  • Several printing modes to ensure maximum flexibility in terms of design capability
  • New, real-time image processing that eliminates time spent in image pre-calculations
  • A user friendly, intuitive interface
  • A more-efficient polymerisation process that takes place as printed textile goes through the printer’s on-board dryer.
03.06.2021

EFI Reggiani celebrates 75 years in the textile world

This year, EFI™ Reggiani celebrates 75 years of heritage, innovation and glamour in the textile world. As part of its anniversary celebration, the textile technology innovator is revealing the imminent launch of three new digital textile printers.

Reggiani Tessile – which was one of the largest fabric manufacturing companies in Italy – created the company to meet its needs in machinery development. Then known as Reggiani Macchine, the company grew tremendously over five decades thanks to continuous product innovation and close customer relationships.

From the creation of its first traditional printer to its latest technological innovations, EFI Reggiani’s tradition and dedication to its products have contributed to the global transformation of the textile market. EFI Reggiani solutions are used in high-quality, highly productive operations in all of the world’s major textile manufacturing centres. New EFI Reggiani innovations also help facilitate the spread and localisation of industrial textile manufacturing closer to end users in new geographic markets.

This year, EFI™ Reggiani celebrates 75 years of heritage, innovation and glamour in the textile world. As part of its anniversary celebration, the textile technology innovator is revealing the imminent launch of three new digital textile printers.

Reggiani Tessile – which was one of the largest fabric manufacturing companies in Italy – created the company to meet its needs in machinery development. Then known as Reggiani Macchine, the company grew tremendously over five decades thanks to continuous product innovation and close customer relationships.

From the creation of its first traditional printer to its latest technological innovations, EFI Reggiani’s tradition and dedication to its products have contributed to the global transformation of the textile market. EFI Reggiani solutions are used in high-quality, highly productive operations in all of the world’s major textile manufacturing centres. New EFI Reggiani innovations also help facilitate the spread and localisation of industrial textile manufacturing closer to end users in new geographic markets.

In the growing industrial, entry-level segment of the market, EFI Reggiani is strengthening its multi-pass offering by introducing two new scanning machines, which will help facilitate customers’ needs to manufacture closer to the end consumer. The pair of scanning printers EFI Reggiani is bringing to market in 2021 will enable new customers to take their first steps in industrial textile digital printing.

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11.01.2021

EFI Reggiani: Neue Perspektiven für den russischen Textilmarkt

Gemeinsam mit seinem Partner Nissa Distribution™ hat EFI™ Reggiani in Russland drei neue Verkaufsverträge für die Lieferung und Installation von industriellen Lösungen für den industriellen Textildirekt- und Sublimationsdruck abgeschlossen. Durch diese Verkäufe werden drei führende russische Textilfabrikanten, D-TEX Digital Textile Printing, MIRtex und Sima-Land, über die produktiven und nachhaltigen digitalen Lösungen von EFI Reggiani verfügen.

EFI Reggiani ist seit langem in Russland präsent und beliefert wichtige Kunden mit Digitaldruckern mit wasserbasierten Tinten, analogen Druckern sowie Vor- und Nachbehandlungsgeräten. EFI Reggiani hat seine Präsenz mit Nissa Distribution, einem wertvollen lokalen Partner, weiter ausgebaut.

Größere Nachhaltigkeit und höhere Produktivität für den russischen Markt
EFI Reggiani entwickelt, fertigt, verkauft, installiert und wartet weltweit fortschrittliche Lösungen für industrielle Textilmaschinen und arbeitet dabei eng mit Partnern wie Nissa zusammen.

Gemeinsam mit seinem Partner Nissa Distribution™ hat EFI™ Reggiani in Russland drei neue Verkaufsverträge für die Lieferung und Installation von industriellen Lösungen für den industriellen Textildirekt- und Sublimationsdruck abgeschlossen. Durch diese Verkäufe werden drei führende russische Textilfabrikanten, D-TEX Digital Textile Printing, MIRtex und Sima-Land, über die produktiven und nachhaltigen digitalen Lösungen von EFI Reggiani verfügen.

EFI Reggiani ist seit langem in Russland präsent und beliefert wichtige Kunden mit Digitaldruckern mit wasserbasierten Tinten, analogen Druckern sowie Vor- und Nachbehandlungsgeräten. EFI Reggiani hat seine Präsenz mit Nissa Distribution, einem wertvollen lokalen Partner, weiter ausgebaut.

Größere Nachhaltigkeit und höhere Produktivität für den russischen Markt
EFI Reggiani entwickelt, fertigt, verkauft, installiert und wartet weltweit fortschrittliche Lösungen für industrielle Textilmaschinen und arbeitet dabei eng mit Partnern wie Nissa zusammen.

Seit 2018 sind Nissa Distribution und deren Tochtergesellschaft Nissa Stensart™ Vertriebshändler von EFI Reggiani Produkten in Russland. Das Produktportfolio von Stensart umfasst die größte Bandbreite an Geräten für die Vorbereitung, den Druck und die Veredelung von Textilien und erfüllt die anspruchsvollen Anforderungen für eine erfolgreiche Produktion in den verschiedenen Textilmarktsegmenten.

Die jüngsten Ergebnisse der Zusammenarbeit von EFI Reggiani, Nissa Distribution und Nissa Stensart sind der Abschluss von drei Verträgen für die digitalen Textildrucker EFI Reggiani POWER und EFI Reggiani NEXT.
 
Neue POWER Installationen
Die ersten EFI Reggiani Digitaldrucker POWER 180 und POWER 240 in Russland wurden kürzlich an D-TEXDigital Textile Printing in Stupino in der Oblast Moskau und an MIRtex in Furnmanov, Russland, verkauft. Die Unternehmen, die Produkte aus Naturfasern und Strickwaren bedrucken und herstellen, gehören zu den größten umfassenden Textilherstellern, die Russland und die Gemeinschaft Unabhängiger Staaten (GUS) beliefern.

Die EFI Reggiani POWER 180 und POWER 240 sind industrielle Digitaldruckmaschinen für den Direktdruck auf Stoff, Maschenware und Textilien mit einer Breite von 1,8 Metern bzw. 2,4 Metern.

NEXT: die digitale Innovation von Sima-Land
Der erste EFI Reggiani NEXT 340 Drucker Russlands wird bei einem der größten Textilgroßhändler des Landes, Sima-Land, installiert. Das in Jekaterinburg ansässige Unternehmen bietet über eine Million verschiedene Produkte an, darunter Deko-Textilien für Heim und Büro sowie Herren-, Damen- und Kinderbekleidung.

Beim EFI Reggiani NEXT 340 handelt es sich um eine 3,4 Meter breite, bandlose, industrielle Digitaldruckmaschine für den Direkt- und Sublimationsdruck.

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07.10.2020

EFI Reggiani to participate in Innovate Textile & Apparel Virtual Trade Show

EFI™ Reggiani, a leading developer and manufacturer of cutting-edge technologies and sustainable solutions for the textile industry, will take part in the World Textile Information Network (WTiN) Innovate Textile & Apparel Virtual Trade Show from October 15 to 30.

Like many industry groups around the world that have begun re-thinking tradeshows out of concern for public health, WTiN launched the tradeshow as an online event designed to reconnect innovation in the value chain.

EFI Reggiani textile solutions to be featured at the event include a complete range of digital and analogue printers and pre- and post-treatment lines. Plus, the event’s display of EFI Reggiani technologies will also feature one of the industry’s broadest line-ups of high-end, superior-quality textile inks, together with short, sustainable processes – such as pigment and direct sublimation printing – as well as greener, eco-friendly denim dyeing solutions.

EFI™ Reggiani, a leading developer and manufacturer of cutting-edge technologies and sustainable solutions for the textile industry, will take part in the World Textile Information Network (WTiN) Innovate Textile & Apparel Virtual Trade Show from October 15 to 30.

Like many industry groups around the world that have begun re-thinking tradeshows out of concern for public health, WTiN launched the tradeshow as an online event designed to reconnect innovation in the value chain.

EFI Reggiani textile solutions to be featured at the event include a complete range of digital and analogue printers and pre- and post-treatment lines. Plus, the event’s display of EFI Reggiani technologies will also feature one of the industry’s broadest line-ups of high-end, superior-quality textile inks, together with short, sustainable processes – such as pigment and direct sublimation printing – as well as greener, eco-friendly denim dyeing solutions.

During the Innovate tradeshow, EFI Reggiani will also take part in the 20 October “Clash of the Titans” roundtable chaired by WTiN, which will bring together industry leaders to debate the future of textile inkjet printing.