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Colorjet shows Vastrajet digital printer at Gartex 2016
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Aug '16
ColorJet, India’s leading manufacturer of digital printers, is showing a live demonstration of direct to fabric digital textile printer ‘Vastrajet’ at Gartex 2016, which opened today in New Delhi. Vastrajet offers precise dot placements and high precision printing, and is suitable for a variety of fabrics like cotton, silk, wool, polyester and their blends.

Visitors to Gartex 2016 trade show can see Vastrajet in operation at booth 114, hall 14 for three days till August 29. The state-of-the-art and efficiently engineered Vastrajet printer is a commercial grade entry level digital textile printer. It meets the normal daily requirements of a textile printing house, while being suitable for a variety of fabrics including stretchable and normal fabrics.

Vastrajet is excellently designed to handle high speed production and precise dot placements, while the proprietary AIVC technology ensures high precision printing. The high speed is achieved through specially designed jetting controls to optimise printheads performance, to match the high jetting frequency.

The digital textile printers are manufactured at a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in India itself, ensuring easy availability of spares and services.

“ColorJet eyes Gartex as a great platform to exhibit its technological advancements. Vastrajet digital textile printer has written a long story of success in different geographies globally. The fabrics printed on ColorJet digital machines are exported to many developed economies. In fact many designer fabrics are also printed on our machines,” said Colorjet brand manager Smarth Bansal.

“Also since ColorJet markets its digital textile printers directly to the end-user, it brings down the total cost of ownership and also the payback period substantially, which makes our machines more competitive than those in the market,” he added. (RKS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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