Xennia Technology Ltd is a major driving force in the world of inkjet printing, with over 14 years in the industrial inkjet industry. As the world’s leading industrial inkjet solutions provider, Xennia has been instrumental in revolutionising outdated manufacturing processes by creating reliable inkjet products and processes for markets like textiles, ceramics, packaging, product decoration, bio/healthcare and printed electronics. Xennia solutions comprise research and development capabilities, printers and printing modules, software and printing fluids. Xennia’s headquarters, R&D and manufacturing operations are located in Letchworth, UK, with regional sales offices in the USA and China.
InPrint 2014, which took place in Hannover 8-10 April, has signaled the establishment of a new industrial print marketplace by attracting a unique profile of high quality visitors that exceeded exhibitor expectations.
Xennia Technology has announced that its XenInx Zircon range of digital ceramic printing inks has been awarded formal approval for use in recirculating printheads from major printhead manufacturer Xaar plc.
Fabric graphics are one of the industry niche markets predicted to grow in 2012. But for print service providers looking to enter this lucrative market, what issues need to be addressed before leaping in?
Xennia Technology Ltd. has introduced XenInx Amethyst, a high quality reactive dye ink for textile printing applications, bringing the benefits of colour saturation and wash fastness to the digital textile printing industry.