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Kornit Digital to display cutting-edge solutions in Asia
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Apr '18
Avalanche HD6 printer Rseries; Courtesy: Kornit Digital
Avalanche HD6 printer Rseries; Courtesy: Kornit Digital
Kornit Digital, a market leader in digital textile printing, will showcase its cutting-edge solutions at three major trade shows in Asia Pacific this month. Kornit Digital and its local channel partners will conduct live demonstrations as well as exhibit the latest application samples produced on Kornit direct-to-garment and direct-to-fabric systems.

One of the highlights will be the first showing of an Avalanche HD6 in the Asia Pacific region.

Kornit will be present at Textile Tokyo, Japan's leading trade fair for textiles and materials, to be held from April 4-6, 2018. In East Hall 6, booth #F13-037, Kornit will display samples ranging from t-shirts, denim, sportswear and footwear, bags, home décor products, demonstrating a wide range of applications and printing possibilities. Experts from Kornit and its local market partners will be present to answer questions and support visitors in finding the best-fitting digital textile solution for their business needs.

At the four-day Indo Intertex, to be held in Jakarta, Indonesia, from April 4-7, 2018, Kornit will be present in Hall A1, booth #112. Partnering with its local market partner Samafitro, Kornit will showcase its two highly successful products—its waterless single-step direct-to-fabric printing system Kornit Allegro, as well as the company’s popular direct-to-garment model Storm Hexa.

Kornit’s Allegro is the only true digital solution for roll-to-roll textile printing which eliminates the need for pre- and post-treatment for multiple fabric types, all within an integrated production line measuring less than 10 meters in length.  The Allegro eliminates the entry barrier to digital fabric printing, making it a solution of choice for businesses relying on multiple short runs and extremely short turn time.

Another attraction, the Storm Hexa, has been equipped with state-of-the-art technology, leading to unparalleled print quality and reliability, as well as significantly reduced cost per print over previous versions of the Storm. Features include a recirculating ink system, an integrated humidifier, a quick pallet replacement mechanism and more.

At the 9th Shanghai international digital printing industry fair in China, Kornit will be present at Hall W1, booth #A09 during April 19-21, 2018. Jointly exhibiting with its local market partner Color ICT, Kornit is going to introduce the company’s newly launched HD technology—the Kornit Avalanche HD6.

The new cost per print levels make the new HD system an attractive choice for screen printers who are looking to save money by incorporating digital technology into their existing screen printing business. The new technology reduces the ink consumption and therefore cost per print by up to 45 per cent compared to previous versions of the Avalanche.

“As part of our continuing efforts in promoting Kornit’s advanced digital textile printing solutions in the Asia Pacific region, we are taking advantage of these major industry events to demonstrate how Kornit and our local channel partners help textile printers to explore different business models and introduce how technological advancement can cope with their challenges such as inventory management, turnaround time, cost per print, etc.,” said Buck Kim, President of Kornit Digital Asia Pacific. “At each of these events, we will be highlighting different models from our broad portfolio. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet our experts and will gain a better understanding of how they can leverage Kornit’s solution to achieve success.” (RKS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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