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Arrow Digital deploys Kornit Storm II printer in Ahmedabad

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Nov '18
Courtesy: Arrow
Courtesy: Arrow
Arrow Digital has installed Kornit Storm II, direct-to-garment printer at their state-of-the-art demo-centre in Ahmedabad, India. Arrow launched Kornit at Gartex 2018, and after an outstanding response from customers, it moved forward with a demo printer at Ahmedabad. Arrow is a leader in the digital printing/cutting field and famous in the Indian market.

“Adding Kornit’s DTG to our Democenter, is perfect for our push in the digital textile industry. We had an excellent response from our customers, which impelled us to get the Demo Printer at Ahmedabad. The Indian garment industry is looking at mass customisation and is ready to move from screen to digital, as skilled labour markets get tighter. Adding Kornit at our Democenter, will give our customer the hands-on experience and confidence on transforming from analogue to digital. There are several installs of Kornit in India, and with the proper and strong, service, support and hands on training/sampling, customers feel confident to move from screen to digital printers faster as Kornit is the best solution since decades and the market for DTG is growing rapidly in India and worldwide,” Sam Patel, CEO and managing director, Arrow Digital said in a press release.

Kornit leads digital direct to garment printing market with its exclusive NeoPigment process; offering an extensive list of products from entry level to mass scale customisation. The emerging global trends of personalisation, online shopping, social media impact, as well as consumer awareness for sustainability and how garments and textiles are made, will force garment/apparel printers to understand the need to go Digital. The Green technologies, better quality and on demand short runs are now the trend. With social media and ecommerce, this is increasing the demand for these printers.

The Kornit Storm II is the ideal digital direct to garment printer that answers the needs of high-volume production printing businesses. Created to accelerate your production speed and volume, users enjoy unparalleled print quality, fast turnarounds, and high profitability. Efficiently and cost-effectively attain your optimal printing results for custom high-level direct to garment production with this digital garment printer.

The Kornit Storm II provides a non-stop production workflow that enables garment loading while printing. It features dual-pallets, 1.5 litre bulk ink system, fully automated processes and an advanced user-friendly front-end. Specifically engineered for 24/7 non-stop industrial use, the advanced machine controller enables multi-function operational efficiency that also increases your production speed.

Designed to handle a wide range of garments and textile applications (even up to XXL and cut pieces), this direct garment printer is the ideal choice for businesses already at a high-production level or screen printers looking towards apparel decoration. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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