22 Jan 2022

Join the textile revolution at MTEX UK event

MTEX Showroom LFR

MTEX Technologies is inviting participants in the ‘textile revolution’ to attend the opening of its brand new UK showroom.  The event - which will take place between 14th to 16th October 2014 - will offer visitors the chance to see the very latest solutions the company has to offer.

Based in Rawdon Business Park, Moira on the Derbyshire/Leicestershire border, the showroom will be used as both a training and demo centre showcasing the latest in direct-to-textile digital printing.
It currently houses an MTEX 5032Pro and an MTEX 1800, and visitors will also be able to learn more about the accompanying MTEX PAD – designed to pre-treat and coat materials - and the MTEX W&D washer and dryer.

MTEX has partnered with a number of other companies to cover all aspects of digital textile printing over the three day event, including:

  • Design and pattern software from AVA Cadcam
  • Fabrics from specialist manufacturer Georg + Otto Friedrich from Digital Print Media (DPM)
  • State-of-the-art flatbed cutting solutions and software from Blackman & White
  • Innovative modular exhibition display systems from Tecna UK
  • A wide range of fabric tension, lightbox systems and sewing solutions from DPI.

As an added bonus, registered visitors who attend the event will be entered into a draw to win a weekend for two in Porto, winner of the Best European Destination Award 2014 and the home of MTEX digital textile printers.

MTEX Technologies' Managing Director Stewart Bell says: “It’s a very exciting time to be involved with digital textile printing, and I’m delighted to be opening this facility for UK customers.  By bringing together experts from across the industry at this event we hope to inspire sign and display makers, exhibition designers, retail specifiers, project managers, interior designers and brand managers with the potential that digital textile printing offers.  We will have experts on hand from MTEX and our partners to demonstrate the machines and how they link together to form complete solutions, as well as holding informal discussions about the growing market for textile printing and soft signage.”

For more information and to register for the event, please visit: http://mtex.eu/uk-opening/.