Sefar at Fespa 2005 in Munich

Date: 11 April 2005
Source: Sefar AG
The Switzerland-based Sefar Group is celebrating 175 years of business in 2005. The Printing Division is known the world over for its high-quality screen printing mesh, stretching systems, measuring instruments, and customer-oriented solutions.

Innovation, quality, reliability and service have dominated in the company's business philosophy for 175 years.

The Sefar presence at this year's FESPA will feature some world premieres, along with marked improvements and optimisations to existing tried and well proven products.

We would especially like to point out the following highlights:

SEFAR PET 1500: This new mesh range represents the upcoming standard for screen printing and will incrementally supersede the popular SEFAR PET 1000 line. This mesh simplifies stencil making, improves printing quality, and helps to reduce costs.

SEFAR LFM: This brand-new screen printing mesh receives its public debut in Munich. The product name says it all: Large Format Mesh has been specially developed for absolute top-quality large-format printing. Even though it is woven from very fine threads, this mesh proves tremendously sturdy in the stretching process. Even full-area printing with demanding UV inks is no problem. It is being introduced in widths up to 234 cm, and the range will shortly be expanded to as wide as 394 cm.

Documenting Sefar's inventiveness will be a special 'innovation corner' exhibit of interesting prototypes of new developments and trends that are not yet on the market.

Sefar has nurtured deep and involved customer relationships for the past 175 years. The know-how built up over this long period, with experience to match, continually finds its way into our products and solutions. All our customers benefit, be it from a recommendation for the best choice of mesh, or technical questions about stencil making and the printing process. Sefar will be pleased to pass on 175 years worth of knowledge at the company's FESPA stand.

600450 Sefar at Fespa 2005 in Munich
Date: 11 April 2005
Source: Sefar AG

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