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Kornit to show direct-to-garment printer at Visual Impact
May '15
Kornit Digital, leading developer of industrial digital printing solutions, is set to present its dual-pallet printing system Storm II, the company’s best seller for high-volume production requirements, at Visual Impact Show in Sydney, to be held from May 13 to 15, 2015 at Sydney showground, Sydney Olympic Park Hall 3.

Kornit Digital in conjunction with Australian distributor of textile printing products Kiwo, will be displaying high-quality, industrial-level direct-to-garment printing.

Strom II is the prime example of Kornit’s broad portfolio of industry-leading textile printing technology. Like all Kornit systems, the Storm II features in-line pre-treatment. It does not require external preparation steps and provides one of the most efficient and cost-effective ways to print on garments. It prints on a variety of fibres, such as cotton, polyester, blends, wool, silk and more. Storm II is also available with an optional humidifying system to ensure performance even in demanding environments, Kornit informs in a statement.

Kornit Digital is the only manufacturer offering direct-to-garment printing systems from entry-level through to industrial production scale, which all benefit from Kornit’s innovative NeoPigmentTM process: eliminating the need for external pre-treatment or preparation processes, with just one ink set, users can print on the widest variety of fabric substrates and experience excellent results every time.

Sandy Lui, marketing manager for Kornit Digital Asia Pacific, will be a presenter in the show’s workshop program. She will share how digital textile printing can meet the challenges of budget, creativity and quick turnaround time, and introduce the world’s first and only six colour digital textile printing system, the Kornit Avalanche Hexa, to the audience.

Kiwo’s selection of digital, graphic and textile printing products are spread across a diverse range of printable materials such as textiles, wood, paper, glass, metal, plastics and many more.

Kornit Digital develops, manufactures, and markets industrial and commercial printing solutions for the garment, apparel, and textile industries. (GK)

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