Digital printing films
Especially the demand for high quality films for digital textile printing was noteworthy. In the area of solvent technique the expansion of the film portfolio has proven to be well worth. Also the X-Film portfolio stirred up interest, as well as the PVC banners in different versions. Borchert+Moller also showed the advantages of the Mimaki CJV Series in this context.
The auto-adhesive flock film Bomo-Cut Stic, plotted as Halloween pumpkins for this occasion, attracted many curious visitors. It is a good alternative to apply flock films on heat sensitive surfaces with complex geometric surfaces. Bomo-Cut Stic delivers a very strong bond and its polyester flock version can additionally be printed with the sublimation technique.
An ideal connection to the screen-printing materials was the new flex-film Bomo-Flex Soft, which is especially suited for textile surfaces with a strong ink absorption and coarse structures. Due to the deep fixture in the textile, the Bomo-Flex Soft looks surprisingly similar to screen-prints.
Since mid 2012 Borchert+ Moller is the official distributer of QCM phthalate-free plastisol inks. Of course also the flock for direct printing and the water-based screen-printing inks, such as Aquaflex – the water-based screen-printing ink for producing transfers – attracted a lot of interest.