The company will be demonstrating its proven textile printers to customers and prospects, alongside its latest introductions, including the Kornit Avalanche Hexa and Kornit Avalanche 1000. Kornit will also launch a refreshed visual identity while supporting several activities during and around SGIA, such as donating printed shirts from the show to The Mustard Seed Furniture and Clothing Bank in Orlando, Florida.
“This year’s SGIA exhibition is a very important milestone for Kornit and our customers, as we celebrate our tenth year and the launch of two groundbreaking products for the DTG industry, the Kornit Avalanche Hexa and Kornit Avalanche 1000,” explains Ofer Ben-Zur, CEO of Kornit Digital. “Both systems incorporate our innovative NeoPigment printing process, which has revolutionized digital textile printing.”
With the NeoPigment process, Kornit users benefit from the advantages of pigment ink while avoiding its drawbacks. NeoPigment meets stringent environmental regulations, including Oeko-Tex Standard 100, GOTS V3.0, and offers increased efficiency over dye-based formulations.
Suitable for printing on multiple fabric types, its versatility is unmatched. Additionally, NeoPigment prints have an excellent hand feel, a wide gamut of bright and intense colors, as well as long-term durability and washfastness. Lastly, NeoPigment significantly reduces printing time and production cost as compared to solutions that require offline pre-treatment.
SGIA attendees visiting Kornit’s booth (1618) will have the opportunity to see live demonstrations of the two enhancements to the Kornit Avalanche product family, designed for high speed, excellent print quality and low cost high-volume production of light and dark garments.
The company will debut the Kornit Avalanche Hexa with six color channels plus white, for a wider gamut and improved spot color handling. The new Kornit Avalanche 1000 features higher productivity, a backup battery system and an advanced integrated humidity system.
It makes production even more reliable and can be operated at a stunning speed by a single operator, making the Kornit Avalanche 1000 the fastest direct-to-garment printer in its sector, and the fastest one ever delivered by Kornit. Both new products offer full International Customer Support (ICS) service for color accuracy and high levels of productivity.
Kornit will also exhibit two longstanding systems, including the single-pallet Kornit Breeze and dual-pallet Kornit Storm II. Both solutions have been engineered to combine high-end technology and performance with affordable printing cost. The Kornit Storm II will be located at the Hirsch International booth (454), one of Kornit’s three North American distributors.
Kornit’s direct-to-garment and textile decoration solutions are available globally through a network of specialized resellers located via the company’s regional offices in the US, Germany and Hong Kong.
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