1. Durst Group
The company history of Durst Phototechnik AG is closely related to the biography of Julius Durst, without whom the company Durst, which proudly bears his name today, would not exist. Although the technology today makes us a completely different company compared with the early times of Julius Durst, his drive for innovation in the field of visual communication still shape the spirit and the culture of our business today
The new Alpha Series 5 with SuperMultipass™ defines a new generation of digital printing systems, creating a new performance class through the integration of new technologies in the print heads, inks, drying units, and in the interaction with the software
2. Electronics for Imaging (EFI)
All of us at EFI are relentlessly focused on just one thing: the growth and success of your print business. That’s why tens of millions of print professionals worldwide turn to EFI to fuel their success.
Our 3,000+ worldwide team members prove our commitment to you every day by developing breakthrough technologies for the manufacturing of signage, packaging, textiles, ceramic tiles, and personalized documents, with a wide range of printers, inks, digital front ends, and a comprehensive business and production workflow suite that transforms and streamlines the entire production process, increasing your competitiveness and boosting productivity.
Reggiani Digital PrintersA link between innovation and tradition, EFI Reggiani is the Digital Printer able to process any kind of substrate ensuring the highest standards of productivity, reliability and quality. Thanks to water-based inks and low consumptions, EFI Reggiani Printers are fully eco-friendly.
3. Konica Minolta
In 2003, Konica and Minolta comes together - and became a technology force to be reckoned with.
The early, pioneering spirit in both companies lives on today - and is reflected by our research and development division, which continually reaches into new areas of knowledge. Today, Konica Minolta is an expert in 12 crore technologies - including materials, optics, nano-fabrication, and imaging. It is this passion for excellence in new technologies that ensure we continue to be a world-leader in research.
Konica Minolta's Nassenger Series Inkjet Textile Printing System has been gaining popularity as an innovative printing system that meets the industry's growing demand for short-run production with enhanced design capability.
Among other benefits it has realized, digital printing technology has notably eliminated the time and labor involved in plate-making and ink blending in conventional screen textile printing.
Konica Minolta's Nassenger Series offers enhanced productivity and high-quality fine images with high solid density through the use of high-performance multi-nozzle printheads developed in-house to a state-of-the art level.
4. Kornit Digital
Kornit Digital (NASDAQ:KRNT) , develops, manufactures and markets industrial digital printing technologies for the garment, apparel, and textile industries.
Leading the digital textile printing industry through its revolutionary NeoPigment™ process, including an integrated pretreatment solution, we cater directly to the needs of both designers and manufacturers to address the changing needs of the entire textile printing value chain.
A true mass customization digital printing solution offering the full package of top print speed, astonishing color with retail quality and lower cost of ownership to maximize your profit from the very first impression.
From one-offs to long runs, enable more impressions every minute with our most cost-effective printing platform yet.
Mimaki's pioneering work in the textile and apparel markets will continue with the development of new products to increase productivity and image brilliance. We also provide a total solution including pre-treatments and post-treatments to bring on-demand printing closer to the consumer.
Through these activities, we will propose new low-cost manufacturing harmonized with environmental concerns, where all necessary resources and energies will be used only at the time and in the amount they are needed. And we strive to become a development-focused global corporation known for our own brand worldwide.
"JV300 Plus Series" are new model products standing as a successor of "JV300 Series". Environmental consideration, economic performance, and work efficiency have been added as "Plus" features as well as high function.
6. ROQ International
S. Roque has been dedicating itself to the construction of textile printing machinery for over 30 years. Although its origin is linked to the maintenance of these types of equipment, the opportunity to build this type of machine from scratch was quickly identified. The “Vale do Ave” region is traditionally an area that produces high-quality fabrics, and S. Roque took the opportunity to create a quality product for an extremely demanding clientele.
ROQ Now is ROQ’s first 100% digital printing machine. It is developed for the Direct to Garment (DTG) market. Due to the knowledge that ROQ owns from its line of automatic oval screen-printing machines, ROQ was able to build an innovative product that responds to the growing needs of differentiation and customization of the final customer.
For more than 25 years, Sawgrass has been the leader in the dye sublimation and digital ink industry, holding more than 160 patents to-date. We are ink makers by definition and digital pioneers by choice.
Kickstart your business with the Sawgrass SG1000, the only desktop printer designed for sublimation. With low start up and running costs, you'll soon be creating customized products with vibrant HD images - quickly, easily and profitably.
8. Seiko Epson
Epson has identified "advancing the frontiers of industry" and "achieving sustainability in a circular economy" as two key elements of its value creation story and is currently working to deliver products and services that contribute to sustainability. We are leveraging our efficient, compact, and precision technologies to drive innovations in four areas, including inkjets. I believe that our technology can help to shrink environmental impacts, increase productivity, and play a major role in solving social issues and in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations. The actions we take will help to make the world a better place.
The SC-F2000 is purpose-built for businesses that want seamless DTG printing without compromise. Put simply, it won’t let you down. From small retailers and ambitious start-ups to experienced copy shops and web-to-print businesses, the SC-F2000 will help you reduce costs, allowing you to drive your operations forward. We’ve helped shape directly to garment printing (DTG) with a machine that delivers reliability and cost savings in the production of high volume textiles. We set the standard when it comes to innovation in printing.
9. SPG Prints
SPGPrints is the global leading provider of integrated solutions for rotary screen printing in the textile, label and industrial markets and has a leading position in digital printing.
With its industry-leading speeds, precision geometrics, fast throughput and low running costs, the PIKE represents a new performance benchmark for textile printing with print volumes of 4 to 20 million linear meters per year.
M&R is the world's largest manufacturer of digital and screen printing equipment and the most respected name in the industry. M&R products include direct-to-garment digital printers, hybrid digital printing systems, a broad range of textile & graphics presses and dryers, an extensive line of traditional and CTS exposure systems, and an impressive line of finishing equipment.
The Maverick™ exemplifies M&R’s commitment to future technologies in the garment decoration process. With an emphasis on print quality and speed, M&R set out to build a leading class, industrial-grade DTG printer.
Featuring a dual-shuttling platform that allows independent pallet shuttling based on the operator’s needs, the Maverick can print images one-off or as multiple copies, and produce them in an array of shirt color combinations. Two digitally controlled heat presses use air cylinders to flatten garment fibers and heat the surface prior to printing.
With fast print speeds, expanded color gamut and rugged construction, the Maverick is designed and manufactured with the same commitment to quality and exacting standards that has made M&R an industry leader for over 30 years.