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SENFA expands its textile solutions reach

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SENFA DecoprintSENFA, France-based technical textiles division of the Chargeurs Group, is enabling print businesses to use their existing UV, latex or solvent printers to create stunning textile graphics, with its range of Decoprint textile solutions for sign and display applications.

“We have recently come across plenty of printing companies who are interested in the textiles arena, but feel that they don’t have the knowledge or experience to enter this market. We explain to them that it’s a lot easier than they think,” explains Blaise Humphries, Business Unit Manager, Decoprint –SENFA.

Without the need of initial investment, the companies can print onto practically the whole Decoprint range with their existing printers. Whilst it’s true that there is a learning curve involved, the initial investment is minimal and with the development of Silicon Edge Graphics (SEG), sewing and stitching has become much more accessible, the company mentions.

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Humphries believes that textiles are PVC-free and are therefore much less damaging for the environment than vinyl or banners. They are much lighter, so cheaper to transport, and easier to install.

SENFA Decoprint has a full range of textiles for UV and latex machines. SENFA’s flagship product – Decoprint Pearl is a premium fabric for backlit applications which provides smooth finish, excellent white point and fire certification.

 

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