Mouvent, which is a subsidiary of Bobst, has announced a new textile printer, the TX802, which has double the number of printheads of the older TX801, making it twice as fast. Both are 1.8m wide printers, with a choice of reactive and acid inks for printing to various fabrics such as cotton, silk and lycra.

Nessan Cleary
Nessan Cleary
Laurel Brunner
Paul Lindström
Laurel Brunner
Laurel Brunner
Paul Lindström
Nessan Cleary
Laurel Brunner
Nessan Cleary
Paul Lindström

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