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Eureka develops new printing technology

Graphics | March 1, 2008 | By:

A new printing technology developed by Eureka project E!3285 factory Copritex hopes to help Europe compete with Asia’s low production costs, making short print runs cheaper and more ecological. French inkjet specialist, Imaje, and Dutch textile printing system developer, Osiris, have developed a continuous ink jet printing method with several advantages over conventional printing methods. Osiris is now in talks with major European printers who may be interested in buying the printing system. Its aim is to place the existing printing line with a customer by spring 2008.

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