This year’s FESPA Mexico will showcase multiple new products and technologies for wide format, digital and screen print, garment decoration, signage, software and consumables.
This annual event, which brings industry professionals together from across North and Central America, will cover 12,000m² of floor space, with 160 leading manufacturers and suppliers exhibiting from both international and regional companies.
With over 9,000 industry professionals expected to attend, 90% of whom are directly involved in the decision making process, FESPA Mexico presents the ideal opportunity for visitors to see and learn about the newest technologies.
Roland DGA (Stand F20) will debut various applications and printing solutions for retail, merchandising, interior decoration, fashion, sportswear and more. Available in widths of 137cm and 160cm, the new TrueVIS VG printer/cutter with four improved FlexFire heads will be displayed. A new eco-solvent printer, the Roland DG SOLJET EJ-640 and textile equipment Texart XT-640 and RT-640 will also be on the stand.
With the worldwide growth for digitally printed textiles in mind, Bordeaux Digital (Stand H28) has developed an EDEN PG pigment, suitable for printing processes on various fabrics. Textile applications including fashion, home textiles, upholstery, drapery and soft signage can benefit from this ink solution.
Fassi Digital (Stand P20) is to demonstrate its dye-sublimation Mogk Calandra MTC-1800, which sublimates at a speed of 6 metres per minute. The MHM SPM 5000, the latest screen printing model will display high speed setup along with increased print production rates. Direct-to-garment will also be represented by the Aeoon digital printer, with industrial speeds of up to 950 metres per hour.
Caldera (Stand E2) will present its latest TextilePro software edition designed to make production of decorative or industrial products quick, precise and profitable.
Delta E Cero (Stand E10) will display the latest Zünd D3 cutting table, suitable for high-volume industrial applications, which made its debut at FESPA Digital 2016.
Digiprint Supplies (Stand C38), which is in the process of opening a new sales office in Mexico City, will be on hand to offer parts and consumables for a wide range of wide format equipment.
CANAGRAF, FESPA’s Mexican Association (located on the FESPA Stand) will be on hand to talk to visitors about the ways in which FESPA supports the development of the industry and its commitment to Mexico. CANAGRAF will also discuss opportunities available to members planned for the next 12 months, including the next Mexico Print Congress.
Michael Ryan, Group Exhibition Manager, FESPA, adds: “Now that FESPA Mexico is entering its ninth year, visitors can really benefit from the chance to discover solutions to boost PSPs business. Whether looking for the latest machinery for large format printing, innovation in print or needing to learn new techniques such as sublimation, printers will find it all at FESPA Mexico.”
To view the full exhibitor list, seminar programme, show information and to pre-register, visit the FESPA Mexico website. For free entry, use code AMEZ3113 when registering.