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MILAN - Japanese digital print machinery builder Mimaki has revealed a unique way to remove dye sublimation inks from polyester fabrics so that the textiles can be re-printed again or dyed immediately afterwards.

Shown publicly for the first time as a prototype at the recent ITMA in Milan, the process is said to not only eliminate waste, but also reduce the overall energy consumption associated with textile recycling and eliminates the need for incineration.

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