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Kornit Digital's Allegro sold on first day at ITMA Asia
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Oct '16
Digital textile printing machine manufacturer Kornit Digital’s machine Kornit Allegro was sold on the first day of the ongoing ITMA Asia + CITME 2016 exhibition in Shanghai, China. The 1.80 metres wide roll-to-roll printing system based on Kornit’s NeoPigment printing technology was bought by Bangalore, India based Fashion Matrix Overseas.

Kornit Allegro completely eliminates pre- and post-treatment processes for both natural and synthetic fabrics. Unlike typical digital technologies, the Kornit Allegro offers an innovative, enabling solution, saving on energy, water, space, and labour time.

The Allegro eliminates the entry barrier to digital fabric printing. Through its simple operation the machine enables the development of new business models which cater for the strong trends of mass customisation and personalisation of textile in fashion and home decor.

Another advantage with Kornit Allegro is that it can be located anywhere without environmental constraints, designed to support ultra-short up to medium-length runs. It offers amazing print quality, a vivid and wide colour gamut, excellent colour fastness and hand feel, a fully sustainable and safe process, and is Oeko-Tex 100 certified and GOTS pre-approved.

The print engine, which enables speeds of up to 100 linear metres per hour, features print heads with an advanced recirculating ink system. The printed fabrics are UV-resistant, with excellent wash fastness and an attractive hand feel. With full support for mass customisation and personalisation business models, the Kornit Allegro has a robust construction and compact footprint that makes it the ideal solution for production houses that need to print direct to virtually all types of fabric. (RKS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – China


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