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Ricoh says that it is set to reveal the next steps in the evolution in digital textile printing technology during WTIN’s Textile Innovation week.

The company is sponsoring the virtual event, which will take place between 25 – 29 October, and says that attendees will get the chance to learn more about its expanding portfolio of digital textile production systems.

Highlights are set to include the Ri 1000 DTG printer, which now offers film transfer printing capabilities, the Ri 2000 and Ricoh’s new range of GOTS compliant DTG inks.

Attendees will also have the chance to learn how Ricoh’s systems support key issues in the textile community including print on demand, restoring and production of short runs. The company will also provide an update on its new Textile Competence Centre located in Frankfurt. 

Axel Stuhlreiter, head of textile solutions, at Ricoh Europe, commented on the upcoming innovation week. ‘We are delighted to sponsor this event that will present our latest innovations; driving evolution in digital textile print production,’ he said. ‘Our clients are enjoying the markets opened up by our affordable and easy to use systems that create high quality results consistently and repeatably. Their plug in and play capability supports fast and high-quality production of on demand, personalised items, for operations of all sizes. We look forward to sharing how their production flexibility can inspire creativity.’