Colorjet to showcase Metro at India ITME
November 15, 2016 - India
Colorjet India, the biggest Indian manufacturer of digital inkjet printing machines, will showcase its high speed direct to fabric printer—the Metro, at the upcoming trade fair India ITME in hall 2, stall A6. The Metro gives a production speed of up to of 362 square metres per hour, and is upgradable up to 16 print heads for achieving the top speed.
The high speed is achieved through specially designed jetting controls to optimise print heads performance, to match the high jetting frequency. Compatible to work with all types of inks like reactive, disperse and pigment, this printer weaves magic on a variety of fabrics.
Automatic temperature control enables print heads to deliver same print results, while specially integrated VPC technology ensures smooth flow of inks for uninterrupted production runs. The Metro prints on any kind of fabric, ranging from 0.1 mm to 30 mm including cotton
, silk, viscose, wool, nylon
, acetate and various blended fabrics.
“With awesome scalable properties, this printer can suit all the needs of the textile printing business and ensures the least payback period and is capable of meeting the ever changing requirements,” Smarth Bansal, brand manager at Colorjet India, said. “Visitors to the Colorjet stall at India ITME will be able to witness how the Metro has been synchronised and engineered specifically to produce the best results with reactive inks.”
Incorporated with efficient Indian engineering and spearheaded technology, ColorJet aims to be the leader in digital textile printing technology. Through ‘Made in India’ technology and state-of–the-art manufacturing facility, the company has succeeded in keeping its machine costs up to 30 per cent lower than Italian and Japanese machines.
“Colorjet digital printers have minimalistic downtimes since we ensure that multi-point quality checks are done at every stage of manufacturing. Creating customer delight is our top priority and we do not leave any stone unturned in achieving the same,” Bansal added. (RKS)