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Printeriors Sponsor Profiles

Printeriors Sponsor Profiles

IQDEMY SA is an international holding, the company has been developed the advanced solution in printing for twenty years. IQDEMY is the effective collaboration of long experience in digital printing and talented team of engineers, chemists and marketing experts. Holding companies develop and produce printing equipment, inks, control electronics, and software. IQDEMY is the largest franchiser of printer production. Among the leading types of production, one of the key areas of IQDEMY activity is R&D project development.

• Several production facilities

• Experienced engineering and sales team

• Impressive portfolio of successfully accomplished projects

• Cooperation with world-leading companies and science centers

• Latest laboratory and effective manufacture of printing equipment

• More than 20 patents on unique chemical formulations of inks, software

and ink curing system.

 


 

At Dufaylite, we have independently manufactured the best quality recycled paper honeycomb since 1955, and through continued investment and product development it has made us one of the leading sustainable suppliers in Europe.

Our specialists have worked tirelessly to understand and explore the properties of honeycomb, which has enabled our business to extend into a broad range of markets and industries.

From exhibition stands to graphic displays, through to unique packaging products and ground movement solutions, our experience is second to none.

With its smooth, printable outer and unparalled strength to weight ratio, Ultra Board honeycomb board has endless possibilities, making it the number one choice for creative, retail and display applications. Unlike it’s competitors, Ultra Board is a true paper honeycomb board, meaning there is less material used and therefore reducing both weight and production costs.


 

The no nonsense furniture upcycler Jay Blades, former co-founder of award winning social enterprise Out of The Dark, is the nation’s inspiration for transforming dusty old furniture into a work of designer-looking pride and joy. 

Not only has he been a source of motivation for thousands of young people through the projects he  has been delivering to disengaged and disadvantaged young people over the years, he has also been able to become an unlikely hero for dying crafts and restoration. 

From his his first appearance on TV with Kirstie Allsopp, then with Phill SpencerGok Wan and This Morning  a few years ago, to now becoming one of our favourite faces on screen, with his input on Money for Nothing and The Repair Shop, Jay enthuses us all to rummage through our homes to find a piece of furniture to transform into a work of art.

Alternatively, to sit back, relax and purchase a piece lovingly up cycled by Jay from his online shop.


 

Jacky Puzey specializes in designing and producing digital embroidery for interiors and fashion. Combining traditional embroidery skills with digital technology Jacky uses fur, feathers, tweed and organza with drawing, laser cutting and digital embroidery to explore her distinctive imagery and style. From feral lace to embellished creatures, from feathered interior screens to shimmering metallic bomber jackets, Jacky’s embroidery creates a baroque pleasure; forming new fabrics, textures and stories.

Her current interiors collection features statement furniture and embroidered wallpaper and screens inspired by Chinoiserie motifs and historical scenic wallpapers. The embroideries bring alive shifting cultural allegiances, mixing tattoo and urban graffiti imagery with traditional decorative patterns and motifs, creating a gorgeous ‘urban chinoiserie’ that is both contemporary and luxurious.

As well as her range of products for interiors, Jacky undertakes bespoke commissions for private clients, interior designers and fashion designers. She completed her PhD in 2014 and set up her own business Jacky Puzey Embroidery Ltd. She has received several prizes and accolades, including the Hand and Lock Prize for Embroidery 2015 (winner, open category), features in Embroidery Magazine and Fiber Art Magazine 2016 and the prize for the Wearable Art Section in Excellence in Fibers 2016/17. In 2016 she was selected to be part of the Crafts Council's prestigious Hothouse Scheme. She shows her bespoke embroidered wallpapers and statement furniture regularly at Decorex International, and has clients globally from Kuwait and Jordan to Taiwan and USA.


 

Since January 2017 light up north has been blazing a trail and leading the way for electroluminescent neon wire and illuminated art, all made by hand in our workshop in the beautiful seaside town of Saltburn by the sea. Now in our third year, the brand continues to push the limits of emerging technology and apply it in new, innovative ways. Our unique work has caught the eye of top interior designers and has featured in projects for BBC’s DIY SoS, George Clarke’s ugly house to lovely house and Grand designs live 2018. Light up north has been nominated for 100% forward 2018, a celebration of new design talent curated by Barbara chandler of the evening standard homes and property. We have graced the pages of the Sunday Times magazine, living etc and homes and gardens to mention a few. We are very lucky that we get to make special things for special people, our work means a lot to our customers and that is a real privilege.


 

MaDChair Co is a two women band run by Tracy and Remy-Mae Reed. We love to create quirky, fun pieces of furniture and fabrics that are reflective of our personalities – bold and sometimes a little eccentric. We started MaDChair after being in the printing industry and noticing that there was a gap in the market for furniture like ours that was made with bespoke printed fabrics. Our customer base is an even split between domestic customers who share our love of bold design and interior designers and artists who we work with to turn their vision into a reality. We have a collection available to view on our website and also offer a bespoke service where we design around our what our customer likes.

Our furniture isn’t for the faint hearted and certainly doesn’t fit in with most peoples décor, but we love working on our designs. We are always very when a customer comes to us requesting we design and print them something particularity unique  - the more outlandish the better we think!


 

Off the Wall Coverings  are developers and creators of new and unique surface designs/textures for wall coverings and fabrics for the benefit of several business sectors in the UK and Global market.

The company is focused on delivering an international product brand of the highest quality and, working closely with a carefully selected group of global distributors, to enable the company to become a leading global provider in its chosen market areas.

These products are developed and manufactured within close IPR policies to insure the best protection for this unique and original product group.


 

Premier Digital Textiles is Europe’s leading supplier of digital ready fabrics.

We have been at the forefront of the digital development and the innovation of digital textiles for over the past 15 years.

This has allowed us to grow our customer base to a global market that we are delivering to and servicing on a daily basis. 

Our parent company, Premier Textiles ltd, was founded in 1981 as an independent family run business based in Manchester, UK. With headquarters in Manchester, England, we are centrally placed in the world’s first industrial city, and historic home of English fabric manufacture and innovation.

Premier Digital Textiles fabrics feature in many peoples lives in unexpected ways. We supply customers globally, reaching a myriad of industries, who incorporate our textiles in incredibly diverse ways.


 

Prinfab® specialise in fast turnaround fabric printing using latest generation pigment and dye sublimation printers. 
 
Core to the business is automation. 
 
Proprietary software automates every aspect of production enabling Prinfab® to print hundreds of metres per day with minimal overhead. This has enabled Prinfab® to reduce the price per metre to the level where it becomes commercially viable for many small businesses to print their own fabric. 
 
The development of digital textile printers is revolutionising the production of printed fabric. Prinfab® are leading the revolution by combining these technologies with automation to open the market to a wider customer base. 

 

REXframe is an Australian designed product and the result of over 20 years’ experience in the Signage industry working with signage products and seeing the progression of the sector to where we are today. Seeing what was available in the market place and being frustrated there was no ‘one stop’ solution to satisfy their requirements, Rod Peter (CEO REXframe and Company Director of Coleman Group Pty) designed his own solution with a minimal number of specialist aluminum profiles and clever range of accessories to meet the demands of signage companies with both cost effective and clever solutions without ‘re-inventing the wheel’. REXframe is now a multi-million $ business across Australia and the USA (with over 350 printers offering the REXframe solution to their clients). REXframe is now coming to the UK and Europe.


 

Swanline Group comprises of strategically aligned businesses delivering an end to end service which includes Cygnus® branded materials, print, conversion and logistical solutions to a wide range of trade only customers.

Swanline have state-of-the-art manufacturing capabilities across point-of-sale and packaging applications.  We are vertically integrated with paper and board supply streams, which are focused on providing environmentally friendly alternatives to plastic based substrates.

Swanline Group’s award winning constructional design team focus on sustainability and innovation to provide customers with market leading solutions; all seamlessly delivered from CAD to graphics, to production and delivery. Swanline Group’s policy to constantly invest in the latest technologies provides a distinct point-of-difference and value added solutions for customers. This continually pushes the boundaries by setting new industry standards in terms of market opportunity, novelty and quality.


 

Since its inception in 1976, Drytac® has evolved into a highly-regarded manufacturer of adhesive-coated products, including graphic films, window films, double-sided tapes, self-adhesive print media, label stock, industrial adhesives, and heat-activated and pressure-sensitive laminates and mounting adhesives.

Drytac’s core product line consists of a wide range of self-adhesive print media, pressure sensitive and heat-activated overlaminating films, double-sided mounting adhesives, and portable displays. Well known Drytac products include SpotOn®, ReTac®, ViziPrint®, Polar® WipeErase®, ChalkMate®, Facemount® and Emerytex®.

With offices around the globe and manufacturing facilities in both the United Kingdom and Canada, Drytac serves a truly international marketplace supplying its innovative materials to the print, label and industrial markets. Additionally, the company works alongside customers and partners to develop and create unique customized adhesive products to meet their specific needs.

Drytac’s unique ability to manage all phases of the customer experience – encompassing product quality and performance; manufacturing and distribution; training and technical support; and excellent customer service – is what sets the company apart in the industry.

For further information on Drytac and its leading range of films and adhesives, please visit www.drytac.com


 

Adobe Textile Designer is a set of tools for textile designers to help streamline the process of designing prints for fabrics.

Whether you’re shopping for a new outfit or refreshing the look of your living room, an eye-catching design is all important. Textile Designer for Adobe Photoshop CC is a new set of tools for fashion and décor artists. Now you can do more, all within Photoshop, while keeping every element editable until you are ready to send it to your printer. This includes previewing patterns, creating separations, defining colorways.

Textile Designer doesn’t require you to freeze or flatten your work, or convert to indexed images, to create your designs. Whether you need to alter an existing element, or add a new one, there’s no need to redo your work – make a change and Textile Designer will handle the rest.

Find out more at https://adobe.com/go/projectparas


 

Canon Europe is the EMEA strategic headquarters of Canon Inc., a global provider of imaging technologies and services. Canon Europe has operations in roughly 120 countries, with approximately 18,000 employees and contributes to around a quarter of Canon’s global revenues annually.

Founded in 1937, the desire to continuously innovate has kept Canon at the forefront of imaging excellence throughout its 80-year history and has commitments to invest in the right areas and capture growth opportunities. From cameras to commercial printers, and business consultancy to healthcare technologies, Canon enriches lives and businesses through imaging innovation.

Canon’s corporate philosophy is Kyosei – ‘living and working together for the common good’. In EMEA, Canon Europe pursues sustainable business growth, focusing on reducing its own environmental impact and supporting customers to reduce theirs using Canon’s products, solutions and services.


 

Fotoba is the leader manufacturer of high speed cross cutting finishing devices. At FESPA it will introduce a new fully automated cutter together with the complete line of products including the new rolling accessory REW162. In addition to the products shown in Fotoba booth, there will be several inline cutting solutions in MBA, Aleph and Canon booths.

Unattended production is the key word for FESPA 2019 from Fotoba.


 

Alongside its range of sign, graphics and industrial product machines, Mimaki sports an enviable line-up of textile printing solutions. Starting with its first textile pigment piezo printer in 1999, Mimaki has consistently remained at the forefront of the developing digital textile print industry.

The company currently offers the widest range of digital inkjet printers to the entry and mid-market segments; and has recently expanded its textile offering to include a complete solution for textile production, which comprises a high volume industrial printer as well as pre- and post-treatment machines.

Mimaki will present the Tx300P-1800 direct-to-textile inkjet printer on Stand A30, Hall B6. With its unique dual ink capability, the Tx300P-1800 can simultaneously load both textile pigment and sublimation dye inks. This enables the use of a single printer to print directly on a wide range of natural or man-made fabrics without the need to change out ink systems.


 

Mitwill Textiles Europe Sarl is a unique creative network for the finest European digital print collection which is created by an international community of textile designers with more than 100 new prints every month, the collection stays on top of fashion and color trends. The unique organisation of the sampling service allows rapid prototyping for Mitwill customers, with a global sourcing network and production partnerships.
Mitwill offers a large variety of standard and fancy fabrics in natural and synthetic fibres for fashion styles and home decoration. Mitwill customers are leading European fashion labels, garment makers, style bureaus and home decoration brands.

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FESPA Global Print Expo 2019 in Munich is Europe’s largest exhibition for screen and digital wide format print, textile printing and signage. Over 4 days visitors have the opportunity to experience the latest products and innovations on display from over 700 exhibitors.

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