PrinterEvolution, the Colorado-based wide and grand format printer manufacturer has announced that it has joined the Industrial Fabrics Association International (IFAI).
“The continued demand for advanced textile printers in this rapidly growing market has brought to light the importance of belonging to and supporting an organization like IFAI,” said Greg Lamb, founder of PrinterEvolution. “We are excited about the vast industry resources as well as the educational and networking opportunities provided by IFAI membership. With the rapid growth of our own product portfolio, the benefits of belonging to the IFAI are immense.”
The IFAI is the largest and longest-running textile trade organization in the world with close to 1,900 members representing the entire specialty fabrics/technical textiles industry. IFAI orchestrates and sponsors the industry’s largest tradeshows and events throughout the world and publishes seven magazines.
PrinterEvolution recently announced the expansion of its pioneering Evo33 series as well as a new commercial product line, The Neo Series, a smaller textile printer available in three sizes, with an onboard fixation unit. “Our products provide excellent price-to-performance ratio, whether it’s a small business just getting started in textile printing or an industrial facility with higher production demands,” Lamb said. “Our mission to continually drive innovation and help customers achieve their goals in all areas of wide and grand format printing, coincides with the IFAI commitment to support digital textile printing with up-to-date information, services and business opportunities. We look forward to being a part of this dynamic community.”
For further information, call 855/593-4089 or visit www.printerevolution.com.