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ColorJet to launch green digital printing at Knit Show
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Jul '16
Digital inkjet printer manufacturer, ColorJet Group, will introduce its direct to fabric digital printing machines using water based pigment inks aimed at green digital printing at the Knit Show, to be held from August 7-9, 2016 in knitwear hub of Tirupur.
 
At the show, ColorJet will present samples printed on its best-selling direct to fabric digital printing machines—the Metro and Vastrajet, which use the groundbreaking and environment-friendly water based pigment inks.
 
“Challenging the industry status-quo is ColorJet's goal, by way of introducing groundbreaking eco-friendly digital textile printing machines using water based pigment inks,” says ColorJet brand manager Samarth Bansal.
 
ColorJet's advanced high speed industrial grade digital textile printer, the Metro, incorporates the latest technology and efficient engineering to meet the ever growing demand and operates at a maximum speed of 362 sq metres per hour. The high speed is achieved through specially designed jetting controls to optimise print heads performance, and to match the high jetting frequency. The mechanical structure is designed to handle high speeds and precise dot placements.
 
Compatible to work with all types of inks like reactive, acid, disperse and pigment, this printer weaves magic on a variety of fabrics. Be it any kind of fabric, ranging from 0.1mm to 30mm including cotton, polyester, silk, viscose, wool, nylon, acetate and various blended fabrics can be printed on the Metro.
 
The Vastrajet, another direct to fabric printer with moderate production capabilities, is geared up to help southern Indian textile mills attain economies of scale by reducing turnaround time. It is also suitable for natural as well as polyester based fabrics like georgette, moss crepe, weightless, chiffon, etc.
 
With awesome scalable properties, Vastrajet can suit all the needs of the textile printing business and delivers in the least payback period. It is equipped with a heater and feeder and is capable of meeting the ever changing requirements of the fabric printing industry. (RKS)
 

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