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In a step ahead in promoting digital technologies for textile printing, Sunstar Graphics has opened a demo centre in Mumbai, targeted at garment exporters and decorators, in order to showcase direct-to-garment printing technologies.

The facility, which is equipped with Anajet digital printing machine, GCC plotters, Chemica heat transfer medias and Sefa heat presses, aims to educate and inspire customers, including brands, agencies and print buyers about new approaches to digital print for textiles, said Ajit Lalvani, managing director of Sunstar Graphics. He said, “The centre will enable us to demonstrate latest printing technologies for textiles to existing and prospective customers. The customers can bring their samples and get it tested and printed at the demo center.”

“The interactive and innovative sessions will help the customers understand the products better and discover various business opportunities,” he added. Anajet is a digital apparel printer with Ricoh printheads and a patented closed-loop ink delivery system, which can print a multicolored t-shirt in 16 seconds. GCC has wide range of plotters having different cutting forces for different applications.

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