Visitors from over 120 countries ensured that Fespa in Munich, Germany, was the international event for the signmaking and textile industries in 2010. Gröner also benefited from this. Their ‘Rainbow’ direct-to-garment printer is now distributed in 15 European countries and generated a lively interest among many foreign and German textile decorators.

In order to help Rainbow users get started with digital textile printing easily, the printers are now delivered with two standard shirt boxes. While the first shirt is being printed, the second one can already be loaded. Furthermore, they include special boxes for children and ladies’ shirts and a special insert for polo shirts. The ‘All-round Carefree’ package is rounded off with the functional Rainbow-Rip and a basic supply of ink.

Visitors were impressed by the pre-treatment device for dark textiles from Gröner’s Rainbow range.

Gröner also presented as a one-stop-shop the entire world of individual textile decoration, from cuttable transfer films, digital transfer and rhinestone applications through to textile screenprinting and screenprint transfers.

In the signmaking segments it is also more and more important to respond to the individual needs of customers. It was therefore no surprise that the exhibition shop of Gröner filled with special tools for advertising specialists, car wrappers and other film converters, was a success. The German as well as the international visitors used the opportunity to complete their existing equipment.