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ColorJet to display digital textile printers at Heimtextil
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May '16
Courtesy- ColorJet Group
Courtesy- ColorJet Group
ColorJet Group, the largest manufacturer of digital inkjet printers in India, will be introducing its wider width direct-to-fabric digital home textile printer Fabjet Grand at the Heimtextil, New Delhi in hall 11, booth H06 from June 22-24, 2016.

ColorJet will showcase the live demonstration of home textile printing on products like bedsheets, pillow cover, curtains, table covers, etc on the Fabjet Grand which is suitable to print on all inks, viz. reactive, pigment or disperse.

The printer has two heads per colour in staggered position, and an extremely high practical printing speed, enabling high daily printing volumes and outstanding runability for overnight printing without banding and colour deflection.

It has an automated feed and a take-up system, synchronized with tension bars for long unattended print runs on various types of fabric. It operates via a pneumatics control based tension-bar on media feed and take up, to ensure consistent tension on fabric and adjusts automatically based on the type of fabrics being used.

It is further equipped with advanced colour management engine and colour processing tools which ensure faster processing of files leading to saving time and increasing productivity, and also has user-friendly and easy-to-use colour controls to manage colours.

The Fabjet Grand is targeted especially at the customised home furnishings textile segment, particularly for producers of home decor products like curtains, bed covers and sofa covers to directly print on cotton and polyester-based fabrics and use environmental friendly aqueous based pigment, reactive or disperse inks.

“Apart from the price being very competitive, since our digital textile printers are manufactured at a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in India itself, buyers of our machines are eligible for various subsidies and benefits offered by the government of India under EPCG & TUF schemes,” said Smarth Bansal, brand manager, ColorJet Group. (NA)

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