Textile decorators experience new products at Xpres’ Manchester roadshow

Plenty to take inspiration from
Plenty to take inspiration from

Hundreds of visitors attended Xpres’ Manchester roadshow to discover new textile decoration and large format sublimation products.

There was so much to see and to take inspiration from at the show including the large displays of sublimated printed fabrics and Primex frames. Live machinery demonstrations were on offer and well as new products displayed all around the venue.

Xpres exhibited a wealth of machinery and technology, from its small format machines like the Roland BN20 and GS24 cutter up to the new Mimaki TS300P-1800 which has been developed specifically for the ever growing dye sublimation and textile industry.

The show also featured the popular Epson SC-F2000 DTG machine alongside the Shultz pre-treat maker 3. Sefa and Adkins heat presses were showcased beside the latest wide format sublimation printers from Epson.

A spokesperson said: “Customers were spoilt for choice with products and printing technology to feast their eyes on. They took pictures of inspiring work and chatted with our knowledgeable staff freely.

“There was a great buzz throughout the three days and the show was definitely a success.”

The event took place from July 19 to 21 at the Victoria Warehouse.

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