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Colorjet to debut Metro with Kyocera printheads at Gartex

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Aug '18
Courtesy: Colorjet India
Courtesy: Colorjet India
Colorjet India Ltd, India’s largest manufacturer of digital printing technologies, will be launching and showcasing live demonstrations of direct to fabric printers at Gartex 2018. The garment and textile machinery show will run from August 18-20 at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi. At the expo, Colorjet will exhibit in hall no. 11, booth no. B-4.
 
 This year Colorjet will display the Metro and Vastrajet at the show. The Metro is a truly advanced industrial grade 1.8 metres wide digital textile printer, which incorporates the latest technology and efficient engineering to meet the ever-growing demands of the textile industry, Colorjet said in a press release.
 
With up to 16 Kyocera printheads, the Metro is a full-fledged production machine. It stands apart in terms of maximum printing speed of up to 200 sq. metres per hour, linear motor technology for fast and precise ink jetting, and water efficient cleaning of sticky belt.
 
“This robust printer lends itself to highest accuracy and precision for high speed and ultra-sharp printing, while its rigid structure provides stability. The stability ensures high productivity with the ability to print small or large quantities on demand, which is a huge advantage when time is a factor and take the production to the next level, driving profits higher,” the release added.
 
Colorjet emphasises strongly on low energy consumption and minimal waste. Colorjet printers use a dry heat curing method, leaving no air pollution and saving water resources due to water recirculation and filtration system. This results in efficient consumption of resources.
 
Recently, Colorjet received the ‘Industrial Excellence Awards 2018’ for being the largest manufacturer of digital textile printers in India and contributing aggressively towards Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ initiative.
 
Colorjet maintains its No.1 position in India as per the latest IDC 2018 Q1 Super Wide Format report, while assiduously pursuing excellence in digital printing since 2004. At present, over 4,000 Colorjet printers are in operation around the world, across India, Middle East, Australia and Europe. (RKS)
 

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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