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MTEX celebrated a year of continued growth and innovation at Sign & Digital UK.

MTEX 5032HS at Sign UKMTEX 5032HS at Sign UK

MTEX showcased one of its five new models launched during 2015 – the high speed version of its MTEX 5032 printer as it celebrated a year of outstanding growth and innovation at Sign & Digital UK.

This was the first UK show appearance for the MTEX 5032HS, which is suitable for pigment and disperse inks, and ideal for soft signage and interiors.

Stewart Bell, managing director of MTEX Technologies said:

“2015 was a year of incredible growth for us and our customers in the digital textile market, and we’re starting 2016 in much the same vein.

“Worldwide, we now have more than 220 units installed, and we aim to double that in 2016, driven by the new 5032HS, Blue and Blue K models as well as the turnkey pigment print and finishing solutions that are now on line.”

“We’re extremely proud of the new models and the drive of our teams to develop ever more innovative digital textile solutions,” Bell added.

We took the MTEX 5032HS to FEPSA Digital this year and it had an incredible reception from customers thanks to its price point and production level capabilities.

“As the soft signage market grows and develops, print companies need to stay ahead of the curve by developing new and exciting products that really stand out, coupled with the capacity to deliver in volume and at speed at an affordable price.

“The 5032HS offers the same stunning print quality as our world leading 5032Pro, but with sellable production speeds of 120sqm/hour it takes the printer to the next level.”

Other new models from MTEX include the MTEX Blue K, which made its debut at FESPA Digital in March. It is available with Pigment inks and is specially designed for digitally printing onto knitted, fully stretchable fabrics.

It boasts a unique and innovative roll-to-roll system which allows it to print onto four-way stretch material including fabrics containing cotton or synthetic fibres such as jersey. These can then be turned into a huge range of products for home textiles, interior design, print wear and promotional items including cushions, throws and sportswear.

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