Mouvent has announced that the TX801 – its ingenious new digital textile printer – will be demonstrated live at ITM 2018, 14-17 April, in Istanbul, Turkey. This will be one of the company’s first ever global trade shows demonstrating the TX801 – an 8-color multi-pass digital textile printer producing the highest print quality on textiles with up to 2,000 DPI optical resolution, associated with very high printing speeds.
The next big thing in digital inkjet textile printing - Interview with Mr. Reto Simmen, CBO of Mouvent, by TPF03 Jan 2018
On Nov 27th, Mouvent had its first public appearance in China and its first global trade show in textile demonstrating the TX801 – an 8 color multi-pass digital textile printer producing the highest print quality on textiles with up to 2,000 DPI optical resolution, associated with high printing speeds.
Mouvent achieved a major milestone in November with its first ever global trade show demonstration of its ground-breaking textile printing machine, the TX801. There were several live demonstrations of the TX801 during ShanghaiTex 2017, 27–30 November, which were very positively received.
BOBST and Radex announce launch of Mouvent, a new company focused on digital print using pioneering digital technology06 Jul 2017
BOBST – one of the world’s leading suppliers of equipment and services to packaging and label manufacturers, and Radex – a startup company owned by multiple stakeholders with a long track record in the field of DOD inkjet digital printing, today announced the launch of Mouvent, a joint venture that will become the digital printing competence center and solutions provider of BOBST. Mouvent, which is comprised of 80 employees in Switzerland, will focus on inventing and delivering the future of digital printing.
Mouvent – a new company founded by a joint venture between BOBST and Radex focused on digital print using pioneering digital technology – today announced the launch of its first printer. The TX801 is an 8-color digital textile printer producing high print quality on textiles with up to 2’000 DPI optical resolution, and is associated with unmatched printing speed.