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Kornit Digital to participate in SGIA expo in October
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Oct '17
Kornit Digital to participate in SGIA expo in October
Kornit Digital, a global market leader in digital textile printing technology that develops industrial digital printing technologies for the garment, apparel, and textile industries, is set to participate in the upcoming SGIA (Specialty Graphic Imaging Association) show, to be held in New Orleans, Louisiana, from October 10 to 12, 2017, in booth #1617.

The company will show a variety of systems and solutions for both direct-to-garment and direct-to-fabric printing. The Allegro direct-to-fabric printer will, for the first time, print using neon inks, enabling new and creative applications. As part of Kornit’s ambition to provide customers a seamless end-to-end workflow experience, the company will set up a garment decoration factory where visitors can design their individual shirts and have them produced live during the show.

In addition, visitors can experience live demos of the heavy-duty direct-to-garment printing system Avalanche 1000 R-Series and the Kornit Vulcan, a digital alternative to screen printing. The Vulcan is the winner of the SGIA’s prestigious 2017 Product of the Year Award, in the category “Direct-to-garment printers (Colour Shirt – Not White)”. Kornit’s partner Hirsch will display a Storm Hexa at booth #1977.

The Kornit Allegro is the only true digital solution for direct-to-fabric textile printing which eliminates the need for pre and post-treatment for multiple fabrics, all within a seven meters integrated production line. 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 OekoTex 100 certified.

Designed for the mass production of garments, Kornit’s Avalanche 1000 R-Series has dual pallet industrial production capability, and is a very robust platform designed for heavy duty use. The system generates very high speeds and excellent print quality. It prints up to 220 light and 160 dark garments per hour. The Avalanche 1000 R-Series is perfectly suited to be used all day, every day and for all volumes. It is equipped with a recirculating ink system.

Kornit’s Vulcan – commercially available since beginning of 2017 – is a digital alternative to screen printing machines. This heavy-duty production system is targeted to screen printers producing collections and short runs for retailers and promotional purposes. The Vulcan offers the lowest cost per print for run lengths between 50 and 500 garments. Unlike Kornit’s traditional direct-to-garment printing systems, the Vulcan sports a conveyor system for the printed pallets with pre-treatment, white and CMYKRG printing happening in sequence. The Vulcan prints up to 250 garments per hour, both on dark and light garments. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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