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Spoonflower invests in two more Durst Alpha 330 Series 5 machines

Spoonflower, the US online business that has built its bedding and table home décor business around Durst’s pigment technology on the Alpha platforms, has bought two more Durst Alpha 330 Series 5 with pigment - one for North Carolina, USA, and the other for Berlin, Germany.
Spoonflower, founded in 2008, allows individuals to design, print and sell their own custom-designed fabric, wallpaper, and home decor products. It now hosts over a million designs. Co-founder Gart Davis said: “Spoonflower is not just a service for custom fabric printing, we are a community that prizes individuality, self-expression, and a human connection between designers and those who want to bring design into their homes. Pigment printing is a future technology that we use today thanks to the hard work and strong partnership with Durst. Our collaboration on home decor has been successful - the Alpha produces beautiful fabric with a precise, fine print, a broad gamut, and strong fastness properties, which is why we have invested in two more pigment Alpha 330s.”

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