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Kornit Allegro to revive digital textile pigment printing
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Jun '12
Kornit Digital announced the launch of the Kornit Allegro, the industry's only complete solution for digital pigment printing on textile, which will expand printing options while decreasing additional time and costs in the printing process.

Kornit Allegro is a one-step production line, enabling the shortest printing cycle from file preparation to a finished printed fabric. This unique and innovative approach is achieved by Kornit's patent pending chemical solution that eliminates the need for any external process steps. This solution will create a differentiated printing experience, helping to achieve higher quality, faster results and increased revenue at lower costs.

By using Kornit Digital's unique pigment ink, textile printing businesses can now print on any type of fabric using the same Kornit Allegro printer and Kornit ink set and experience results of vivid colors and superior hand feel.

As a leading international company for digital ink development, Kornit Digital adopts the most stringent standards for protecting both human health and the environment. By using Kornit's 100 percent biodegradable ink and eliminating energy and water consumption, the Kornit Allegro is the most eco-friendly solution in the textile printing industry.

"We are very excited about this new solution," said Ofer Ben-Zur, Kornit Digital's chief executive officer. "Because the Kornit Allegro eliminates the need for special fabric preparation and post-print wet processes, we truly believe this solution will revolutionize the textile printing industry. Kornit also provides the only digital pigment ink in the marketplace. With our vast experience in creating chemical solutions, we are able to push the industry limitations and revive pigment inks with our innovative digital solutions portfolio."

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