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Partnership strengthens Sabur in UK FESPA is compiling a rich programme of

Sabur Ink Systems are pleased to announce their agreement of co-operation with La Meccanica after becoming the UK distributor for La Meccanicaʼs range of direct to textile printers. Manufacturing digital textile printers since 2001 the current range includes printers based on the Mimaki JV5 with printing speeds of up to 54m2/hr. Alongside these machines stands the new flagship model the Qualijet K engineered by La Meccanica and featuring Kyocera print heads providing printing capability of up to 500m2/hr at 600dpi direct to fabric.

The printers are perfectly suited to use with a range of inks including disperse, reactive and acid systems. The Qualijet HSB & K machines come equipped with a heat activated adhesive belt which allows for the printing of lightweight and even stretchy fabrics preventing even the smallest movement of the substrate once in position and ensuring perfect registration. “We believe the partnership between our two companies will help strengthen our position in the UK textile market and will sit perfectly alongside our Roland transfer sublimation packages, allowing us to offer a solution for all requirements within the digital textile printing community,” said Aaron Burton of Sabur Ink Systems. ■

Next monthʼs Printwear & Promotion

Our action-packed December issue is full of news and features – including all the latest on Printwear & Promotion Live 2012. Our focus features are:

■ Headwear; ■ Executive & Elite Brands; ■ Trophies & Engraving. For more information about editorial opportunities, call Debbie Eales on 01622 699198. For advertising contact Tony Gardner on 01622 699173. FESPA explores digital print opportunities

content for its leadership event, the European Global Summit, on November 17 and 18 at the Dolce Sitges Hotel near Barcelona. The summit is designed to provide printers with information and insights to help them diversify their businesses into new market niches.

The aim is to stimulate debate and help printers develop innovative solutions or embark on strategic actions to drive their growth. The event will also give printers a taste of the vibrant host city for FESPA Digital 2012 (February 21 to 24).

Confirmed speakers include respected analysts and consultants in the printing industry together with leading figures in the marketing arena; sessions will cover both technical and communication driven subjects. Following an opening address from print innovator Christian Duyckaerts, FESPA head

of events and new media, Duncan MacOwan, will share the results of FESPA research into the evolution of print and the print buying community. FESPA managing director exhibitions & events, Neil Felton, comments: "FESPA is committed to stimulating the large format community with provocative debates and events. Mapping the direction of the market and highlighting future drivers is pivotal to us. “Large format is still on a growth curve and plays a crucial role in the contemporary marketing mix.

“This Summit will celebrate that, and give us fresh themes and challenges to address through the content programme at our forthcoming Digital event in February. Our motive is to encourage printers to embrace change and opportunity." ■ For more information visit

Kornit Digital releases QuickP Designer 1.1

Allows more design layouts and greater usability K

QuickP Designer 1.1 includes a number of new features that allows the user to print complicated designs with shorter turnaround times, fewer errors and greater efficiency. The QuickP Designer 1.1

offers instant creation of design layouts for printing, without the need to know the intricacies of Adobe Photoshop. Design layouts – comprising text and images – can be easily made by creating a new template, or using an existing template.

The software includes 100 templates and more than 1300 images from different categories which can be used for design creation. Templates and designs included in QuickP Designer 1.1. are optimised for printing on all Kornit machines. Once the design has been created, the Design Preview feature in the software allows the user to see how the colours and the final design will look on the garment to be printed.

Another new feature of the software is the Variable Data feature, which allows for quick and efficient design personalisation using mass input/import of names from an XLS file.

Files automatically generated can be previewed before sending to the printer, allowing for final quality control checks. Offering full control of the white base layer, users of the QuickP Designer 1.1 can choose from a wider range of shades and media types. The ease of modification in general enables users to change either individuals objects in a design, or groups of objects. The ease of the startup process drastically

reduces setup time. Kornit QuickP Designer 1.1 integrates seamlessly with Adobe Photoshop CS3 (and higher).

And it reads Photoshopʼs native PSD files and all the contents of these files (text, graphics, data), giving the user full control over the design creation and printing process without the need of manipulating the file in Photoshop.. Kornit QuickP Designer 1.1 is available as a package included with the QuickP Plus. It is individually tailored to each specific Kornit machine.

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