Machinery News

M&R rolls out 500th i-Image

After three years of production, M&R has produced its 500th i-Image computer-to-screen imaging system. Geoff Baxter, director of M&R’s digital products division, said: “In the three years we’ve been making i-Images, the demand has been phenomenal. Interest in the line started strong and continues to accelerate. We’re now turning out …

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DTGUK.com becomes first UK company to invest in Kornit’s Storm Hexa

Milton Keynes-based DTGUK.com has become the first UK company to install Kornit’s Storm Hexa, which was supplied by Adelco Screen Process. DTGUK.com already uses two of Kornit’s Breeze machines and this new addition means that throughput rates can now be augmented with the added benefit of working with a wider …

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Vastex upgrades its C-1000 Semi-Automatic Screen Coater

  Less than one year since its introduction, the Vastex C-1000 Semi-Automatic Screen Coater has been upgraded with a digital voltmeter that allows the operator to easily dial in a specific coating speed based on the voltage reading for consistent, repeatable results. Also new is a redesigned top screen clamp …

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Graphics One introduces two Mogk PTP-900 heat presses

Two new high quality and professional grade heat presses have been added to Graphics One’s range of dye sublimation solutions. The new Mogk PTP-900 is an industrial 33.5x43in semi-automatic air operated pneumatic heat press that is available in both single and dual shuttles. It has been designed for use with …

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Schoolwear & More improves business with SWF embroidery machine from YES Ltd

Yeovil-based Schoolwear & More recently decided to take some of its embroidery in house and did so with the purchase of an SWF embroidery machine. Previously the schoolwear company outsourced their short-run (non-bulk), and unusual sized garment embroidery work. However, after viewing an embroidery machine in action, the team realised …

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MHM future-proofs the Synchroprint 5000

Customers currently in possession of MHM’s Synchroprint 3000/4000 machines will be excited to learn about the release of the Synchroprint 5000. MHM’s goal was to future-proof its machines to ensure greater compatibility ready for future technology meaning better and faster internal software communication, faster set-up and more options for the …

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GS UK adds new touch screen to Merlin embroidery machines

Larger sized touch screen have been added to all of GS UK’s new Merlin embroidery machines. GS UK reports that sales of the Merlin embroidery machines have increased enormously since the first single head appeared on the market in 2011. GS UK’s on-going commitment to the development of the popular …

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Technotape opts for Sawgrass as preferred partner for 3D sublimation oven

The Sawgrass VJ 628 printer has been chosen as a preferred partner for sublimating with Technotape’s new 3D sublimation oven, which combines ease-of-use and a low ecological footprint to enable product decorators to imprint onto curved substrates. The Technotape 3D sublimation oven takes the sublimation process to the next dimension …

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Vastex’s new dryers are digitally controlled and expandable

An all-new Little Red X Series of mid-capacity infrared conveyor dryers with digital controls and expandable drying chambers has been introduced by Vastex International. The new Little Red X1 and X2 dryers are the smallest and fastest digitally controlled dryers on the market, according to Mark Vasilantone, president. The X1-30 …

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Portuguese fashion printer extends DTG business with Kornit’s Allegro

Blur of Barcelos in Portugal has purchased an Allegro single-step digital textile printing solution to enable the production of fast fashion products. The company was founded in 2012, with just two employees and a single Kornit Avalanche, as a garment printing specialist offering its services to the high fashion industry. …

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