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MIMAKI launches new TRAPIS two-step textile transfer printing system

MIMAKI has announced new textile pigment transfer printing system, named TRAPIS. The new system was demonstrated during the FESPA Global Print Expo 2024, which was held from March 19 – 22, 2024 at Amsterdam. The new MIMAKI TRAPIS makes significant savings on wastewater compared to conventional methods. Latest innovation also broadens application possibilities for PSPs (print service providers), with the ability to print on a multitude of materials, including natural fibres. Following the preview of the technology at ITMA 2023, this commercialised version, available later in 2024, offers an environmentally friendly and easy to operate solution for textile applications – saving almost 90 percent of wastewater compared to conventional methods.

TRAPIS provides a simple two-step process, consisting of an inkjet printer and a calendar. The design of choice is printed by the inkjet printer with a dedicated ink onto transfer paper, which is then transferred to the application via a calendar. Unlike both analogue and digital conventional dye-printing methods, TRAPIS generates almost no wastewater, only that which is produced during the printer’s automatic maintenance. Due to no pre-treatment or washing of the fabric being needed, this saves around 14.5 litres per square metre of water when compared to digital dye printing.

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