Karl Gröner GmbH will be present at Fespa with two focal topics: on one hand, textile decoration and on the other hand, special tools for advertising practitioners. In order to meet the needs of these topics, Gröner will be present in two different halls.
In Hall B1, stand B1–15, Gröner will show DTG-Print, screenprinting pre-press, sublimation and textile transfer. Worthy of a special note here are the direct-to-garment printer and the automatic pre-treat machine from the Rainbow series, which not only makes digital direct printing simple and reliable, but also financially attractive.
Screenprinters can discover on-site the new possibilities of the digital pre-press processes and the preparation of films with inkjet-media. Gröner will show, with plenty of designs that are printed for the visitors live on the show, how simple screenprint transfers and textile transfer films can be processed and which new styles are marking the actual trends.
With a workflow with the Summa plotter, Gröner will demonstrate how to cut textile transfer films professionally. With MagicTouch WOW 7.0, Gröner will display an innovative transfer material. With this it is also possible to apply images on dark textiles with a low budget and to enter the market of customised textile decoration.
Combined with the sublimation technique, Gröner will show a selection of transfer presses and the workflow with desktop devices from Ricoh and inks from Sawgrass. The offer is completed with a selection of garment designs from different manufacturers, such as B&C, Fruit of the Loom, Stormtech and Tee Jays.
In Hall A2, stand A2–A58, Gröner shows all the tools an advertising practitioner must have. Some new developments, such as the Smooth Roller, will be especially appreciated by specialists in vehicle decorations.
The new brand in the Gröner portfolio, Tools-u-Need, stands also for accuracy and quality. With it, advertising practitioners will receive selected tools for special trade-fair prices. Special tools, from the ultra-fine tweezers through cutters, needles and fabric gloves for handling films up to electrical dryers – the stand, presented as a trade-fair shop, offers the possibilities to stock up on tools right on-site.