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Fabric Direct Printers
ReNOIR the digital excellence
A link between innovation and tradition, ReNOIR is the Digital Printing Machine able to process any kind of substrate ensuring the highest standards of productivity, reliability and quality.  Thanks to water based inks and low consumptions, all the ReNOIR Digital Printing Machines are fully eco-friendly.

EFI ReNOIR ONE Fabric
Do you need the same performances of a big machine with limited investment costs? ReNOIR ONE is your best solution.
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Specifications ONE 300  

  •  180 cm printing width
  • Production speed (max) 700 sqm/h
  • From 4 to 8 printing heads
  • From 4 to 72 pl drop size
  • Up to 2400 DPI
  • Fabric weight from 30 to 450 gr/sqm
  • Fabric feed (Entry):
    • small roll unwinder up to ø 400 mm
  • Fabric take-up (Exit):
    • fold
    • small roll winder up to ø 400 mm
    • fold and small roll winder up to ø 400 mm
  • Dryer:
    • one industrial chamber

Optional

  • Fabric feed (Entry):
    • roll unwinder up to ø 500 mm  

Specifications ONE 600

  • 180 cm printing width
  • Production speed (max) 350 sqm/h
  • 8 printing heads
  • From 4 to 72 pl drop size
  • Up to 2400 DPI
  • Fabric weight from 30 to 450 gr/sqm
  • Fabric feed (Entry):
    • small roll unwinder up to ø 400 mm
  • Fabric take-up (Exit):
    • fold
    • small roll winder up to ø 400 mm
    • fold and small roll winder up to ø 400 mm
  • Dryer:
    • one industrial chamber  

 Optional

  • Fabric feed (Entry):
    • roll unwinder up to ø 500 mm  
EFI ReNOIR PRO Fabric
ReNOIR PRO: extreme flexibility, large productivity, and high efficiency with a maximum printing width of 340 cm
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Printing width: 180-240-340 cm
Max. speed: (max) 600-700-800 sqm/h
Print heads: 8-16
Drop size: 4-72 pl
Resolution: up to 2400 DPI
Fabric weight: 30-450 gr/sqm
Brochure: Click to download
EFI ReNOIR TOP Fabric
EFI Reggiani ReNOIR TOP Fabric equipped up to 32 heads is the perfect solution for large production needs
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Printing width: 180-240-340 cm
Max. speed: 1200-1400-1600 sqm/h
Print heads: 32
Drop size: 4-72 pl
Resolution: up to 2400 DPI
Fabric weight: 30-450 gr/sqm
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Paper Sublimation Printers
The expertise of digital printing on paper
High performance or low operating costs? Printing speed or quality? Low ink consumption or low cost? Why compromise when you can have it all in a single solution? ReNOIR for Paper has been designed to revolutionize sportswear, graphics and fashion markets with its incredible combination of cost, speed and quality.

EFI Reggiani ReNOIR NEXT
EFI Reggiani industrial beltless digital printing machine, prints on paper for transfer with four double heads and very brilliant colors. 

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White Ink: Yes
Max. Print Width: 185-340 cm printing width
Resolution: From 300 Up to 2400 DPI
Dryer: Electrically heated plate
Fabric Weight: From 40 to 300 gr/sqm
Drop size: From 4 to 72 pl
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EFI ReNOIR ONE Paper
ReNOIR ONE is able to print with any kind of paper and inks with limited investment costs

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Printing width: 180 cm
Max. speed: 365 sqm/h
Print heads: 2-4
Drop size: 4-72 pl
Resolution: From 300 up to 2400 DPI
Fabric weight: 40-160 gr/sqm
Brochure: Click to download
EFI ReNOIR Compact Paper
EFI Reggiani ReNOIR Compact is the ideal solution both for sampling and production, easy and friendly usage and low maintenance costs.Learn more
Printing width: 180 cm
Max. speed: 600 sqm/h
Print heads: 8-16
Drop size: 4-72 pl
Resolution: up to 2400 DPI
Fabric weight: 40-160 gr/sqm
Brochure: Click to download
EFI ReNOIR TOP Paper
ReNOIR TOP digital printing machine is the perfect solution for large production, equipped with 32 heads in 180 cm

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Printing width: 180-240-340 cm
Max. speed: 1200 sqm/h
Print heads: 32
Drop size: 4-72 pl
Resolution: up to 2400 DPI
Fabric weight: 40-160 gr/sqm
Brochure: Click to download

Reggiani Soft Signage Printers

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EFI Reggiani ONE 180
The greatest value on the market if you are looking to aggressively develop and drive more profitability into your soft signage business.

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Max. Prints Width: Up to 70 in. (180 cm) wide
Resolution: Up to 2400 dpi
Max. Speed: Up to 3,336 sqft/hr (310 sqm/hr)
Fabric Weight: From 30 to 450 gr/sqm
Dryer: 1 industrial chamber (gas or electric)
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EFI Reggiani PRO 180
EFITM Reggiani PRO series printers are the superior choice for established soft signage producers looking to further grow business with industry-leading image quality and higher volume capacity.
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Max. Print Width: Up to 70 in. (180 cm) width
Resolution: Up to 2400 DPI
Max. Speed: Up to 6,135 sqft/hr (570 sqm/hr)
Fabric Weight: 30 to 450 gr/sqm
Dryer: 1 industrial chamber (gas or electric)
Brochure: Click to download
EFI Reggiani PRO 180
EFI Reggiani PRO series printers are the superior choice for established soft signage producers looking to further grow business with industry-leading image quality and higher volume capacity.
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Max. Print Width: Up to 133 in. (340 cm) width
Resolution: Up to 2400 DPI
Max Speed 8H: Up to 4,305 sqft/hr (400 sqm/hr)
Max Speed 16H: Up to 8,611 sqft/hr (800 sqm/hr)
Fabric Weight: 30 to 450 gr/sqm
Dryer: 1 industrial chamber (gas or electric)
Brochure: Click to download
 

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TRADITIONAL INDIAN TEXTILE COMPANY VERY SATISFIED WITH BRÜCKNER SANFORIZING RANGE

Morajee Textiles Ltd. a traditional Indian textile company and one of the leading players in the Indian textile industry is very satisfied with their BRÜCKNER Sanfor range.

Morajee Textiles Ltd. has been established as early as 1871 under the name of Morarjee Goculdas Spinning and Weaving Co. Ltd. and is one of the first five companies listed on the Indian stock exchange. After an unparalleled growth and extension Morarjee is now part of the Ashok Piramal Group, a diversified and leading business group in India. With more than 100 years of experience and modern integrated manufacturing facilities for 100% cotton premium Yarn Dyed Shirting and printed fashion fabric, Morarjee makes cutting edge fashion a reality and is today one of the leading players in the Indian textile industry.

Morarjee counts all the premium international and domestic brands as its customers and supplies its products across the globe.

In 2015 the company bought a BRÜCKNER sanforizing range. The main components of the line are the rubber-belt compressive shrinking range, a felt calender and the cooling cylinders. The company’s Managing Director Mr. Rajendar Kumar Rewari confirms that this BRÜCKNER machine has been the right choice for their very light and thus particularly sensitive fabrics made of 100 % cotton, viscose or crepes for woman dresses and Men’s Shirting fabrics. The compressive shrinking line provides the fabric with a more stable structure, a silk-like shine, a smoother touch. In addition it reduces the residual shrinkage from -10 % to -3 %.

The machine works smoothly and is easy to manage. The control of tension and the software allow to treat very light fabrics without problem or marks. The production speed is between 60 and 70 m/min.  The production team is very satisfied with the machine and they recommend this machine for difficult and sensitive articles.

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NEW YORK DENIM DAYS 2017: REALITY AND VISION PUT ON CANVAS, OR RATHER, ON DENIM

After the first part devoted to “Reality” and presented in April in Amsterdam, Tonello exhibits the panels dedicated to “Vision” in New York.

Once again, designers from all over the world have painted, stained, scrambled, and abused denim in every possible way, using it as a canvas to express themselves freely, mixing different languages and artistic tendencies: poor art and material, action painting, conceptualism…

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The result is remarkably surprising and visitors to the New York Denim Days, scheduled between 30 September and 1 October, will have the opportunity to admire the project in its entirety, and to get to know the participants in this real contest intimately, the winner of which – already selected by a jury that included some of the most important denim makers in the world during the recent event of “Inspiring” – will be officially proclaimed during the event.

Let’s remember the designers who agreed to get involved: Grace Warland, Matias Sandoval, Serena Conti, Kim & Jon Rouleau, Mika Mitarai, Juan Manuel Gomez, Ilinca Trif, Stefan Vella, and Greta Giannini.

All of them have freely expressed their “feelings”. In the first part, they expressed essentials, sufferings, cathartic representations of the reality we live in – with ecological, mystical, dramatic, and apocalyptic tones. The second part is devoted to the vision of possible worlds, with their works, because in fact, they are, in all respects, artistic works. The designers wanted to “write” their hopes and fears on denim cloth, but also to weave dreams of a better future, made up of connections between people, a relaunching of deep and “human” values, as the only antidote to a reality that, every day, offers more and more disturbing prospects.

The works, of course, have been made of denim and have been realized by Tonello in real and unique pieces. The Jeans have been made using the full potential of Tonello technologies: from Laser Blaze to ECOfree 2, from Bohemia to NoStone®, from Ecospray Robot to Core.

With the Denim Gallery project, Tonello wanted to elevate Jeans as a leader able to interpret its time in a thousand directions. Art and fashion, painting and performance, design and craft have fused into fascinating, mysterious, and yet somehow “talking” items, because they are absolutely original, unrepeatable, contemporary.

It’s a date in New York, then, to discover this new artistic proposal desired by Tonello, less and less a maker of just “machines”, and more and more a reality where technology and creativity meet.

By:IN SHORT, EVER MORE “INSPIRING”

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INSPIRING, WHEN TECHNOLOGY MEETS CREATIVITY

The concept of Inspiring means a lot to us, so much that in a very short time it has become an essential component of our identity.

Tonello Inspiring

TODAY, FOR TONELLO, INSPIRING MEANS BASICALLY 4 “THINGS”:

  • An event, a privileged moment for meeting and exchanging ideas at a high level with the brands, designers, and clients we have invited to participate, to give them a better opportunity to understand our evolution, our technology, and our research activities
  • A physical space and a real “soul place”; an atelier full of samples, machines and garments. To freely experiment with solutions, test processes, effects and technologies; in short, a place where ideas begin and grow, and where it is possible to develop new solutions
  • A new, unique and innovative service for project and technological collaboration with our clients who can count on the support of our technicians and will be able to sample our technologies, our processes, and our accessories to obtain surprising and innovative effects
  • team of professionals, technicians, researchers, and highly creative people, guided by the experience of Massimo Falaguasta and Piero Turk

A new mentality that today finds its realization in our new Creative Area, in our brand new space called “Inspiring”. Offering our clients the opportunity for direct discussions, reporting, learning, keeping up-to-date, and comparing and contrasting with those who live every day in the world of textiles and fashion, who breath it, work it and know all its secrets and potential.

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Obviously, all this does not mean that we deny our nature and our mission as producers of processes and technology. On the contrary, it means that we continue to evolve while remaining faithful to what we have always been: producers of ideas and, as of today, fulfillers of dreams.

COMBINING TECHNOLOGY AND CREATIVITY.

By:

CONDOLENCIAS DON PEDRO SOLA GINESTA

Lamentamos profundamente la triste perdida de

Don Pedro Solá Ginesta  

enviamos nuestro mas sentido pésame

a  toda la  familia, con la esperanza de que se puedan recuperar con entereza de tan sensible perdida.

Daniele Uslenghi          Román Serra         Paolo Gallo

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Todo el personal de Blutec, S.A. de C.V.

 

STARTING THE WORK LIFE

Mahlo welcomes ten new apprentices

From school desk straight into the work life: the new apprentices of Mahlo GmbH + Co. KG have taken exactly this step on 1, September. Ten young people started their career with one of world’s leading manufacturers of measurement, control and automation systems in Saal/Donau. To make their start easier, “introduction days” were first on the time table.

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 A short round of introduction in a friendly atmosphere with their training supervisors Eva-Maria Markl and Andreas Beil, some insights on Mahlo given by CEO Rainer Mestermann, important information, and funny team games: the apprentices’ first day at Mahlo was pretty varied. “This way, they get to know the company and themselves”, Markl and Beil explained the idea behind this. During the game “flying carpet”, the girls and boys immediately could to demonstrate their capacity for team work. In addition to that, the entrants had the chance to state their ideas and expectations, they have about their apprenticeship. A visit to the Mahlo-Museum and some tours through production completed the program of the first work days.

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After that, the future industrial clerks, electronic technicians, mechatronic technicians, industrial mechanics as well as one IT specialist and one technical product designer were shown to their first stations. Every apprentice is employed in different areas of his or her field during the apprenticeship. This is very important, stressed CEO Mestermann in his welcome speech: “Always notice, what happens left and right from you. That is the way to gather a wide knowledge for your future.” Their professional success lies mostly in the apprentices’ own hands: “Continue to be hardworking, curious and determined!” Mestermann wished the entrants all the best and a great time with Mahlo on behalf of all staff.

At a total, 36 apprentices are working at Mahlo right now. The medium-sized family-owned company attaches great value on train their own specialists and on supporting the region as a strong employer.

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This is what our apprentices think:

Thomas Neumayer, future industrial clerk

I already did an internship in the commercial area at Mahlo. I liked it there so much that I wanted to become an industrial clerk. I’m really looking forward to work life. Totally different from school.

Anna Rauch, future technical product designer

Even in school, technical drawing was one of my favourite subjects. The training as technical product designer is perfect, because I can intensify my knowledge on drafting.

Denis Windecker, future electronic technician

I have always been interested in knowing exactly what happens in a switch box and how that works. I’m looking forward to learning how to read circuit diagrams. 

IRANTEX 2017 4 – 7 September in Teheran

VISIT MAHLO AT BOOTH NO. 8, HALL 41

Our team is looking forward to meeting you at booth No. 8, Hall 41 in Teheran. Get information about the latest trends and developments in an ambitious market.

Int. Exhibition of Textile Machinery, Raw Materials, Home Textiles, Embroidery Machines & Textile Products

As early as the 1970s, Germany had close trade relations with Iran. The former Islamic Republic even became the second most important exporting country outside of Europe. Today, as a consequence of the step-by-step reduction of the sanctions imposed on exports to Iran, trade and industry are reconnecting again. That also applies to the textile machinery market. In order to keep up with their foreign competitors, Iranian textile industrials have to invest in their factories. By that, the textile industry with its long tradition – according to governmental information, there are about 10 000 factories with 290 000 employees – shall remain competitive. The Iranian manufacturers favour German technology.

The IRANTEX trade fair, the oldest exhibition for textile machinery and products, is an excellent platform to network and intensify existing relations. About 700 exhibitors for textile machinery, raw materials, home textiles, embroidery machines and textile products present themselves in Teheran in September.

More Information about IRANTEX: www.irantex.com

Mahlo-technology for the Iranian Textile Market

Welcome to our booth at IRANTEX 2017!

In the Iranian textile market, we focus on straightening Technologies with our weft straightener Orthopac RVMC. Another focus lies on energy saving systems like our process control for stentering frames, Optipac VMC, or our drum dryer control Atmoset SMT.

FEATURED MAHLO PRODUCTS AT IRANTEX 2017

ORTHOPAC RVMC-15

Quick and accurate straightening

Orthopac RVMC-15

Orthopac RVMC-15 – The new weft straightener generation!

The Orthopac RVMC is the universally employable weft straightening system from Mahlo for the correction of web distortions for nearly all applications.

It is precisely designed for the demands of the textile industry and can be adapted to the individual requirement through its modular make-up. The user obtains a sophisticated straightening system with maximum possible customer benefit with respect to versatility and operating convenience.

Through interaction with the suitable scanning system web distortions are corrected exactly and without delay. All this is marked by simple operation of the system and unparalleled rugged construction.

The modular construction allows the system to be configured to meet the demands of changing conditions and requirements.

Applications

  • At the feed end of a stenter
  • At the feed end of a levelling stenter
  • On decatisers
  • Ahead of a printing machine
  • Between an open width washing machine and drum dryer
  • On coating ranges ahead of the coater at the feed end of a
    flame laminator
  • At the feed end of wide compactors for knitgoods
  • etc.
Product highlights   Customer benefits
 

  • Ultra-precise realignment
    of weft
  • Quick reacting servo-controller
  • Progressive rate of straightening

 

   

  • Maintains tight distortionrelated
    tolerances
  • Helps avoid complaints
  • Improves customer
    relationships

 

Alternative Types

Product information (PDF)

MAHLO GMBH: BIRTHPLACE OF THE WEFT STRAIGHTENER

On 5 August, Mahlo GmbH + Co.KG celebrates its 72 birthday.

Then, nobody could have guessed the success the “Dr. Eng. Heinz Mahlo Electromechanical Workshops” would have someday. The development of the first automatic weft straightener put the company in the position of a global market leader and ‘hidden champion’. Today, Mahlo employs over 200 people and operates in more than 100 countries.

When Dr. Mahlo founded his Dr. Eng. Heinz Mahlo Electromechanical Workshops” right after World War II ended, he and his team started to build and repair radios. Dr. Mahlo quickly changed the company’s course: in 1948 he developed and produced the first electrical moisture meter for the textile industry, named Textometer RMS. Demands from a steadily growing customer base led to further developments of measurement and control systems.

Global Novelty Weft Straightener

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Orthomat FMC in action, 1958

The worldwide breakthrough for Mahlo, however, was achieved ten years later with the patent for the first fully automatic weft straightener. Dr. Mahlo named his revolutionary machine ‘Orthomat FMC’, introducing it for the first time at the leading textile fair ITMA in Milan in 1959. Every modern weft straightener today is still based on the principle of this system. The Orthomat recognized the weft thread position, no matter which type of fabric, pattern or speed. Up until this point, the inability of the human eye to detect distortions in fast running webs had often limited textile production. But the weft control system does not only display drafts: it makes sure that the goods are produced weft-straight.

To detect the drafts, Mahlo used a combination of sensors (called scanning heads) and a light source, between which the product runs. Arranged on a rack support, Orthomat FMC’s scanning heads capture the position of the weft thread photoelectricly at various points. They scan the light of the headlamps that shines through the fabric and whose intensity is modulated by the weft threads’ position, process it for the control technology and submit a signal to the downstream straightening machine. Thus, the system works with so-called transmitted light. Three easily seen instruments display bow-, skew- or overlaid distortion with bars. Skew distortions are righted with cylindrical rollers, bow distortions with curved ones. The principle is as easy as effective. By correcting the rollers, the on-line cloth has to cover different distances from one side to the other. With that, the distortion gets corrected. To compensate a skew distortion, either the left or the right edge of the cylindrical rollers is swayed further into the fabric. To compensate a bow distortion, the middle of the bow rollers is altered and swayed further into the fabric. Even in 1958, the Orthomat FMC controls the rollers in the stenter frame’s inlet autonomously, albeit the manual handling of the rollers was possible.

Ongoing Developments

Orthomat RFMC: measuring and straightening combined

At the end of the 1950s, the electronic system was still run by electronic tubes – the same that were used for radios, in the 60s transistors were the preferred format. Already in the 1970s, those were replaced by integrated circuits. Mahlo used this system also for its latest coup: In order to guarantee the best possible workflow between regulator and straightening machine, the manufacturer combined both systems in one machine. The Orthomat RFMC was born. The principle was still the same, but again Mahlo created a novelty here. The Orthomat RFMC used for the first time oscillating scanning heads. This means that the cylindrical lens oscillates around its centre in an angle up to ± 45° when scanning the goods. If the lens is parallel to the weft thread, the signal modulation is the strongest. The more the direct axis of the lens wanders from the direction of the weft thread, the weaker is the modulation. The system analyses these changes and converts them in a distortion angle. The straightener uses this data to correct the distortion.

During the next machine generations, Mahlo focused on the development of the screening heads. The company regularly set new standards regarding speed, precision as well as data volume, and met upcoming challenges. With textiles that barely let any light through, a reflecting incident light supplements the proven transmitted light, for example. Used together, they ensure the best possible result. In addition to that, the manufacturer expanded its successful machinery by another system. The Orthopac RVMC was the first to combine the functionality of a weft straightener with that of a process control system in one compact device. Besides the draft, one could measure moisture, temperature, basis weight or width among other things.

Generation 15

Modern Orthopac RVMC-15
Picture by courtesy of Stamperia Olonia srl

In perfect timing for the company’s 70th anniversary, the new generation of weft straightener systems 15 was launched in 2015. The Orthopac RVMC-15 meets every challenge the modern textile industry has in store. Equipped with digital scanning and state-of-the-art processor technology, it adapts the control automatically to different textiles. In the process, Mahlo is steadily pushing the latest trends, for example the concept of Industry 4.0 – the vision of connected and interacting machines. The new generation of Mahlo straighteners, sensors and control circuits are arranged in a way that they can communicate not only with each other but also with alien systems. Thus, the user has access to his machines anytime and from everywhere.  

Aside from all technical innovations, Mahlo can still count on a principle for its straighteners, which was developed almost 60 years ago by visionary engineers. This valuable knowledge and the long-term experience contribute as much to the company’s success as its philosophy. Mahlo is still a family-owned business that emphasises quality, partnership, trust and respect. That is also the reason, why Mahlo can hold its ground in the global market.