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Fashion industry goes digital with Kornit Avalanche DC Pro
Jun '12

Kornit Digital introduces the Kornit Avalanche DC Pro solution, which enhances its current offering and chemistry development apabilities. Focusing on the fashion market demand for a great hand feel, this solution offers complete control when using the combination of Oeko-Tex 100 approved discharge and white ink in a print. This unparalleled flexibility is unprecedented in the digital printing industry.

Textile printing businesses seeking to enter the fashion industry can now print on dark garments without a white layer base, which can create a "thick" feel on the design. With the Kornit Avalanche DC Pro’s two additional print heads, a discharge chemical is applied to remove the dye molecules of the dark garment, providing a smooth base for CMYK and white printing, and creating a great hand feel for the finished product.

This solution will create a differentiated printing experience, helping businesses to achieve higher revenue and shorter turnaround times by using less white ink layers and by eliminating the need for a costly pre-treatment process.

“We are delighted to meet the fashion market demand for soft hand feel of the finished printed product,” said Sarel Ashkenazi, vice president, marketing and business development at Kornit Digital.” The Kornit Avalanche DC Pro, with its unique combination of discharge and white ink, will enable printing businesses to step into the fashion market and maximize value and customer satisfaction in this highly demanding segment.

Retaining all the advantages of digital garment printing and the other advanced features of the Kornit Avalanche, including its high production rates, low printing and operation costs and the largest print area in the market, the Kornit Avalanche DC Pro is the perfect solution for vendors wanting to utilize digital printing for the high fashion market.

Kornit Digital develops, manufactures and markets industrial and commercial printing solutions for the garment, apparel and textile industry. Leading the digital textile printing industry with its integrated pre-treatment solution and its unique pigment inks, it directly caters to the needs of both designers and manufacturers. 

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