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Kornit to share best practices in digital printing at FESPA
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May '11
Kornit Digital, the world leader of industrial and commercial digital printing for the garment decorating industry, announced that it will be sharing best practices for industrial and commercial digital printing at the upcoming FESPA Fabric event, being held in Hamburg, Germany, May 24th-26th. Kornit will be presenting as follows:

May 24th, 11.30am: "Can Digital Perform Mass Production"

May 25th, 11.30am: "High-performance Commercial DOG Solutions"

Kornit Digital is also proud to accept lead sponsorship at FESPA Fabric 2011.

FESPA has recognized the different and growing demands of garment decorators and textile printers and has decided to split the FESPA show into two parts: FESPA Digital and FESPA Fabric, each of which will address the issues and trends that are specific to this market.

Sarel Ashkenazi, Vice President Marketing and Business Development at Kornit Digital, said "Digital printing has been going on since the mid-20th century. However, while digital printing on paper and other synthetic materials has seen rapid development, digital printing on textiles has been slow to develop. By understanding the extreme demands made on the textile applications by ink compatibility characteristics, stretchable and flexible materials, and the Wash & Crock fastness standards, Kornit Digital enables real solutions for printing digitally on textiles."

The Kornit Digital presentations will discuss how Kornit Digital offers a complete chemistry solution, based on its unique "Wet-On-Wet" technology, which enables digital printing with the same ink set on any type of fiber, particularly on uncoated cotton, while meeting all of the strict textile institute standards.

The presentations will further discuss how garment decorators today have a variety of solution suppliers and technologies to select from. An understanding of the entire DOG process and its complexity is the first step towards choosing the best equipment. Apparel decorators today are looking beyond just their initial capital investment and ROI. Operating cost, manpower investments and ink & consumables prices, together with service and support standards, are all part of the equation when it comes to choosing a DOG solution supplier.

Kornit offers a complete product line of high-speed industrial and commercial digital inkjet printers and chemistry solutions. Industrially designed for commercial use, the Kornit Breeze is the ideal DOG solution for commercial garment printers and apparel retailers. Kornit Breeze offers a small footprint for space-constrained shops, featuring web-to-print capabilities and pre-integration with online e-commerce solutions and kiosk ordering systems. Small businesses can now benefit from the advantages of Kornit that, until recently, were only available to industrial printers.

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