Almost everyone has a product at home that has been printed with systems from the Kufstein company ZIMMER. The special mechanical engineering company uses 154 success factors. A company history with networked satellites and quite unique meeting rooms for creative discussions.
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Excerpt from TEXTILE WORLD (01/02) – www.textileworld.com (Dr. Lisa Parillo Chapman, Technical Editor)
Austria-based ZIMMER AUSTRIA Inc. is a producer of machines for textile and carpet finishing. For special applications that require colorant penetration through the substrate such as carpeting, terry towels, flags, and plush, or heavy automotive and home décor fabrics, ZIMMER offers the COLARIS high-performance pre-treatment, digital printing, and colorant systems. The COLARIS series of printers can be used with a variety of colorants such as reactive, disperse, acid, pigment, and vat. Inline pre- and post-treatment systems can be added to improve print quality and increase ink penetration.
From 1 to 500 ZIMMER AUSTRIA is celebrating the benchmark of delivering its 500th MAGNOROLL coating machine.
The sky is the limit. Another milestone has been achieved in the company's history by successfully shipping its 500th MAGNOROLL coating machine.
“A milestone indeed and honor for us as well“, says Bruce Stalker from Eclipse Blinds, excited to receive the machine in Scotland (www.eclipseblinds.co.uk).
Digital printing makes floor carpeting attractive again
With their carpet companies Infloor and Girloon, Stefanie Ritterbach und Ulrich Dresing have successfully established digital carpet printing. They expect that the many advantages of digital technology will boost the sales of textile floor coverings.
ZIMMER AUSTRIA: Officially certified „Excellent Tyrolean Apprenticeship Employer“ since 2001
Successful apprenticeship training at ZIMMER AUSTRIA
For more than 60 years, ZIMMER AUSTRIA, the innovative digital competence centre for textile and carpet printing machines, has been offering apprenticeships in Mechanical Engineering and in Mechatronics, and by now also in Textile Chemistry – and all of them with great success. Currently, about half of all apprentices (9 from 19), were able to finish the vocational training school with excellent results, another 6 with good success.