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Stovec to show intelligent digital textile process at ITME
Nov '12
Stork Prints’ Indian subsidiary Stovec Industries Ltd. will be demonstrating its unrivalled expertise in many different aspects of rotary screen and digital printing for the textile industry at the ITME, December 2 – 7 at the Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre (BEC) in Mumbai, India. 

Dedicated to the Indian market, the Stormac RD VI Gold is the new techno-enhanced incarnation of the Stormac RD IV rotary screen printing machine, with a golden touch of quality and a host of enhanced functionalities. So much so, there was no better name to call it, but Gold. Benefits such as the permanent magnet beams, the single AC servo drive motor ensuring optimal repeat accuracy, the proven closed bearing system - all guarantee superior printing sharpness. The RD VI Gold offers a choice between a blade and roller squeegee system, or a combination of both.

The new machine is very easy to operate and extremely versatile: suitable for all fabrics ranging from light synthetics to heavy cottons with a repeat range of 640 to 1018 mm. Moreover energy savings of up to 30% can be achieved. With corrosion resistant SS covers, fasteners and Chrome plated main drive roller, the life of the machine is improved further. In sum, the Stormac RD VI Gold offers the best price performance ratios for the Indian market.
Nowadays, the textile industry has increasing demands for high-quality pre-press and printing, but wants to decrease the complexity of the production processes at the same time. Stork Prints has the perfect solution. As an exclusive at ITME, Stovec will launch the brand new smartLEX machine to the Indian market. This new direct laser exposing system, containing Stork Prints’ blue-ray technology, combines perfect imaging quality with an unmatched ease of use. Anyone who is capable of using a smartphone, can make perfectly imaged screens. The machine has intuitive design and is operated via a very user-friendly oversized touch screen. Perfect engraving of halftones or geometric designs is literally only a few button touches away. Based on design and screen type, the intelligent software chooses the optimal process settings fully automatically. This also ensures - especially in combination with Stork Prints screens - an unmatched reproducibility. 
Due to Stork Prints’ thirty years of experience in laser engraving, the machine ensures extreme high productivity and utmost reliability, with a rapid Return of Investment. The TCO per engraved screen is very competitive. The specialists will be more than willing to demonstrate the latest innovation in laser engraving and prove that this machine is in fact the future of intelligent pre-press. 
Stork Prints is one of the leading digital ink producers to the industry who also builds and sells printing machines and RIP software. Besides the complete digital ink portfolio, there will also be plenty printing samples of Stork Prints’ new NEBULA reactive, acid and disperse ink sets for Kyocera print heads. 
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