ESP senses stronger colours with Hollanders textile printer
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By News Desk
11 September 2012
ESP's Stephen Hood highlights the 'greener throughput' possible with the Hollanders ColorBooster XL
ESP Technologies has purchased a 3.2m-wide Hollanders HPS ColorBooster XL wide-format printer, to enable it to expand its digital textile services with flags, banners, POS graphics, and back-lit and front-lit polyester work for interior and exterior use.
Stephen Hood, managing director of ESP Technologies, explains why the Kent-based company invested in the Hollanders machine: "The potential market for digitally printed textiles is substantial, but being able to address the demand for brilliant colour with the wow factor is vital. Finding the right printing and finishing solution which provides the right quality plus greener throughput without compromise has been essential for us.
"It's a very big step making the transition to dye sublimation, not only because the production processes are different but, also, because of the learning curve in terms of colour management and material handling. Because Hollanders only makes machines for this market sector, it was logical for us to invest in the HPS ColorBooster XL."
Hood emphasises the machine's ability to print with lightweight materials at a high quality, and the 'visible impact' that can be achieved thanks to improvements in polyester and mixed fabric development.
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