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Lumiere to cut printing lead time with Stork laser machine
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Oct '13
Lumiere, Sri Lanka’s latest state of art knitted fabric mill recently invested in a brand new ‘Stork’ laser engraving facility to strengthen its fabric printing capability.

This laser engraver from Austria can produce up to 600 screens a month which enables Lumiere to offer print strike offs at a very fast lead time of 3 days.

Along with the laser engraver the mill is currently equipped with a Reggiani rotary printing machine and a Viero sample printing machine both from Italy.

This investment also makes it possible for Lumiere to produce printed fabric at a wider width upto 230 cm.

The mill offers both solid and printed fabric at the same width which is preferred by many garment manufacturers to maximize their efficiencies.

Lumiere currently has a capacity of 600,000m of printed fabric per month. It offers the printing service to both knitted & woven fabric.

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