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Demo of next generation of Kornit DTG printers at SGIA
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Sep '10
Kornit Digital, a leading-edge company that develops, manufactures and markets high-speed industrial digital inkjet printers, superior pigmented ink and unique chemistry solutions for the textile decorating industry, will demonstrate the next generation of the Kornit Direct-On-Garment printers at the 2010 SGIA expo in Las Vegas, featuring unprecedented printing speeds with the new Kornit Avalanche 951 Digital printer for high-volume production businesses.

Kornit Avalanche 951 is a dual-pallet industrial digital inkjet printer for the high-volume production of light & dark garments. With an extremely innovative and robust industrial platform, designed for printing vast quantities in a high-level production environment, the Kornit Avalanche 951 demonstrates an unparalleled ability to generate spectacular 4 color process prints at an impressive rate of up to 300 garments per hour.

With its advanced, fully automated system that insures a smooth and seamless production workflow, the Kornit Avalanche 951 enables garment decorators to produce remarkable multi-color prints on a wide range of textile applications and finished garments, and to efficiently and cost-effectively reach optimum digital printing results for 24/7 short & long run production.

Featuring matchless printing capabilities, the Kornit Avalanche 951 is the optimum solution for massive-level production DTG businesses and traditional screen printers that are looking to expand towards hybrid apparel decoration enterprises.

"For the past two years Kornit has extensively invested in research and development for the purpose of providing customers with a better, bigger and faster solution to their printing needs, pushing the limits of innovation" says Ofer Ben Zur, CEO of Kornit Digital. "As the garment decoration industry undergoes digital migration, we are proud to introduce to the market the next generation of breakthroughs, delivering undeniably differentiated printing experience with the Kornit Avalanche 951".

In addition to the new Kornit Avalanche 951, Kornit will exhibit the Breeze 921 entry-level printer for new and expanding businesses, and the Kornit Storm 931-8 dual-pallet printer for high-volume production. Along with our advanced product-line of Direct-On-Garment printers, Kornit will demonstrate a wide variety of printing solutions and business tools; including the new and exciting Wilcom DecoNetwork solution for online shop applications, a variety of Kornit QuickP RIP file preparation & pre-press tools, and a "Design your T-shirt" kiosk for shopping & entertainment sites supported by Shirtinator. Live-demonstrations will be conducted throughout the show during all expo hours.

Alongside the company's participation as a main SGIA exhibitor, Kornit Digital will exclusively sponsor the first SGIA Garment Decoration Community Reception on 'Reception Row', that will be held on October 13th from 5:00-6:00 pm at the Las Vegas Convention Center. "As the market leader in direct-to-garment solutions, Kornit Digital is always keen to support events such as SGIA 2010, which share our commitment to promoting innovative technological solutions to a global audience", Ben Zur states.

"We strongly believe that the SGIA show is not only about the core technology, but about those who use the technology to solve business challenges. We are proud to sponsor the Garment Decoration Community Reception for this year's SGIA, and would like to invite all SGIA visitors and garment decorators to be a part of our own Kornit community at this event".

Kornit Digital Ltd

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