a broad section of the consumer home textile market," said EFI Reggiani Vice President and General Manager Adele Genoni. "With our leading-edge portfolio, textile companies will see how they can efficiently meet nearly any type of product design need. We are a market leader in home textile, particularly in Europe and other geographies where the home textile market is more developed and growing."
EFI's exhibit includes pillows digitally printed using a transfer process, sofas with direct-printed upholstery, direct-printed curtains produced using different types of inks. The range of décor applications comes from the versatility EFI Reggiani provides with technologies that simplify textile production, and are designed and manufactured to the highest standards. EFI Reggiani is one of the top textile imaging product lines worldwide, with digital printers in 180-, 240- and 340-cm widths. Designed for a broad range of industrial production needs, the flexibility in these printers print at speeds up to 1,600 square metres per hour at resolutions up to 2,400 dots per inch enables superior throughput and efficiency for demanding décor applications.
The décor pieces on display were produced with the range of Reggiani and partner hardware available from EFI, from advanced inkjet printers to Mezzera and Jaeggli pre- and post-treatment machines. The exhibit emphasises the wide variety of décor applications benefitting from EFI Reggiani's 70+ years of product innovation and implementation. The EFI Reggiani product line is especially strong as an eco-friendly alternative to other processes, with new chemistry using water-based inks that significantly reduce pollution without compromising quality and speed.
The exhibit of EFI Reggiani décor applications is in hall 6.0, stand C21 at Heimtextil, which is taking place 9-12 January at Messe Frankfurt in Germany. For more information about EFI Reggiani products for industrial textile décor printing, visit http://www.efi.com/reggiani.