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Kornit bridges screen & digital DTG printing gap at FESPA
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Nov '14
Kornit Digital, a global marketer of industrial direct-to-garment (DTG) textile printing technology said it is showcasing its latest technologies at FESPA China & CSGIA 2014.

One of the highlights at its booth – 1401, Kornit said, will be the breakthrough Kornit Paradigm II, an add-on that bridges the gap between traditional screen-printing and digital, direct-to-garment printing technology.

According to Kornit, Paradigm II add-on offers screen printers the ability to print digitally on textile.

By expanding traditional screen print equipment, such as the carousal or oval machines, to become digital screen-printing machines, the Kornit Paradigm II enables traditional print providers to easily and cost-effectively, adapt to the changing and growing needs of their customers.

“The Paradigm II embodies the core vision and values that have made Kornit the perfect choice for countless successful customers,” Eyal Manzoor, managing director for Asia Pacific, Kornit Digital said.

“The result is a previously unimagined ability to capitalise on new market opportunities for increased profit and growth,” he added.

With eight Spectra Polaris electric print heads, the Paradigm II is the fastest, most stable and most reliable add-on station in the market.

It can print up to 200 shirts per hour, depending on the resolution, quality mode and carousel movement time.

Its advanced design reduces the amount of color passes and screens required and an automatic computer-to-print process and accurate registration add to its outstanding performance.

“The new Paradigm II and Avalanche Hexa and Storm II direct-to-garment printers showcased at FESPA are concrete examples of our commitment to innovation and solid industry leadership,” said Eyal Manzoor. (AR)

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