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Magic Textiles anticipates expansion

Magic Textiles anticipates expansion

Magic Textiles has recently installed a Roland RT-640 dye-sublimation transfer printer at its custom-built facility in Leek, Staffordshire.

The printer, which was purchased from Quality Print Services, will enable Magic Textiles to further expand its services to include the output of printed products made from man-made fabrics, such as polyester. An ideal choice for businesses looking to get into sublimation printing, the Roland RT-640 has been designed to combine high-quality print with good productivity and ease-of-use.

Magic Textiles, which was first established in 2003 and now employs 23 people, offers a full, bespoke textile printing service to a wide variety of customers, ranging from major household brand names, including Rolls Royce, J Barbour & Sons, and Paul Smith, -through to small, independent designers.

Commenting on the company’s new acquisition, Lee Casswell, owner of Magic Textiles, said: “The new printer has opened the door to some exciting expansion opportunities as it enables us to offer printed polyester textiles alongside our existing range of cotton and cotton mix products.

“It really was a case of dipping our toes in the printed man-made fabrics market. Since installation, we’ve also had enquiries from existing customers interested in flags and banners for outdoor use – something we were unable to offer until now.”

The new printer is running Nazdar NDT600 Series high quality, alternative inks which are also supplied by QPS. Designed for use on any printer platform using Epson printhead technology, Nazdar NDT600 Series inks deliver an incredibly high print density, enabling customers such as Magic Textiles to deliver strong, vibrant prints, with less ink required to achieve these results. Moreover, Nazdar inks are typically up to 30 percent cheaper than those offered by the original equipment manufacturer.

Lee Casswell concluded: “QPS was really helpful throughout the purchasing and installation process and we’re really pleased with both the machine and the opportunities it will open up for us.”

 

For further information on Magic Textiles, visit: www.magictextiles.co.uk

For further information on QPS, visit:

www.qualityprintservices.com

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