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Epson, For.Tex & Robustelli display printing solutions
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Nov '15
Courtesy: Epson
Courtesy: Epson
Epson, one of world's leading companies in digital textile printing, For.Tex, a company owned by Epson Italia providing dyes, thickeners and specialty for printing, and F.lli Robustelli, a company designing and manufacturing textile printing machinery and systems, are together displaying two new solutions for digital textile printing at ITMA 2015 in Milan till 19 November, as per a press release.

The two cutting-edge solutions Monna Lisa Vinci and Monna Lisa Evo Tre, designed by Robustelli and based on Epson technology, mark an extraordinary evolution of textile printing technologies and are displayed at hall 18 stands D101-102-103 at the ongoing ITMA fair.

The new solutions Monna Lisa Vinci and Monna Lisa Evo Tre developed by the three companies provide features crucial in meeting the needs of an ever-changing and demanding market, both in the fashion and in the general textile and clothing industries. The machines provide low-cost sampling in line with production, reduced production time, the possibility of printing on any fabric and high quality printing on textiles.

The key features common among these two machines are high flexibility, new TFP Precision Core heads for accurate and high quality printing, use of up to 12 colours for new design possibilities, and use of Genesta inks by Epson for precision and fastness of textile prints. Monna Lisa Vinci has printing speed of around 1,000 square metres per hour, whereas Monna Lisa Evo Tre prints at about 740 square metres per hour.

The three companies have been cooperating for 15 years bringing together their expertise and to provide the market with a digital textile printing total solution. Their union first became reality in 2003 with the first Mona Lisa, a production-line digital printer equipped with Epson piezo-electric inkjet technology that was conceived in order to provide the textile market with the digital tool necessary to jump from a pioneering, sampling phase to reliable industrial production. (HO)

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