Multi-Plot, EPSON and SUMMA

Technology. Efficiency. Progress. International manufacturers of technologies, accessories and services for garment production and textile processing met at Texprocess in Frankfurt. Printing, transferring and cutting were presented by three specialists in a microfactory: the printing machines from EPSON, the calenders from Multi-Plot and the laser cutter from SUMMA created a range of textile products in a coordinated production chain.


Colour results, special cuts and reliable technology ensured that the participating companies had well-attended trade fair stands. Another ‘novelty’ could be admired at Multi-Plot: the MIMAKI UJV100-160PLUS, which is the perfect entry-level model for UV printing on PVC or environmentally friendly banner material. A printer with a versatile choice of media and a print width of 161 cm. The automatic adjustment of ink droplets, the media feed and various colour combinations (also possible with white or clear varnish) were of interest to many visitors.

The well-known ‘Time Machine – Camper 67’ showcased the design skills for touching curtains, upholstery covers, blankets and cushions and could be used as a meeting point. The camper project was designed and realised by the Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences.

The intensive exchange of knowledge and diverse encounters lie behind the Multi-Plot, EPSON and SUMMA, who provided visitors with the latest technologies, innovations and technologies, innovations and valuable impulses.


Since 1990, everything at Multi-Plot in Bad Emstal has revolved around advertising technology and digital printing. Founded as an independent engineering office, the company based in the district of Kassel is known as a specialist and exclusive dealer in the field of ‘digital printing systems’. With experience in sublimation and digital textile printing since 1997, Multi-Plot sees itself as a pioneer of these new technologies.

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