With a working printing width of up to 180 cm, Vastrajet can be easily integrated into an existing process house set-up. The machine produces brilliant quality prints onto textiles with high colour consistency, using water-based inks which are suitable for printing on a variety of fabrics like cotton, silk, wool, polyester and their blends.
Vastrajet offers precise dot placements and high precision printing and is available in 4 & 8 colour variants and is built on industrial grade jetting assembly. For outstanding print quality and perfect print registration, it uses an adhesive belt with built-in automatic washing system.
The structure of Vastrajet is designed to handle high speed production and precise dot placements, while the proprietary AIVC technology ensures high precision printing. The high speed is achieved through specially designed jetting controls to optimise printheads performance, to match the high jetting frequency.
“Vastrajet is the most successful model from the Colorjet India digital textile printer portfolio, with a tried and tested method of printing. Within a short span of time, since its launch, more than 60+ Vastrajet printers have been installed all over India,” said Smarth Bansal, Sr. Product Manager at Colorjet India.
“Colorjet India designs, manufactures and integrates every component of its printers like inks, printheads, and the control system to ensure maximum quality, reliability and uptime, combined with low total cost of ownership,” he added.
For those looking at higher productivity, Colorjet is also showing the Metro, which comes with 16 heads and production speed in the range of 200 sq. metres per hour. This model too has found good response from Surat and Jaipur. (RKS)
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