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Mantero Seta adopts Epson's Monna Lisa digital printers

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May '19
Pic: Mantero Seta
Pic: Mantero Seta
Mantero Seta, a Como-based company specialised in the design, production and distribution of luxury fabrics and textile accessories, has adopted Epson’s Monna Lisa digital printers. Mantero Seta chose Monna Lisa not only for its high quality but especially for its wide versatility that enables reliable reproduction of many different stylistic variations.

Developed by Epson in partnership with Fratelli Robustelli, Monna Lisa Evo Tre 32 combines the high quality demanded by the high fashion sector with the productivity required by the dynamism of today’s fashion industry. The innovative proprietary Epson PrecisionCore printing technology, incorporated for the first time in the Monna Lisa Evo Tre series, enables printers to combine unmatched quality and high productivity with even greater reliability. These features make the printer one of the most versatile digital textile printers on the market, said Mantero Seta in a media statement.

One of the most important qualities of Monna Lisa Evo Tre is its flexibility. It provides users with a single printer to meet a variety of different production needs. It can print on any type of fabric, from the simplest to the most complex designs, with speed and perfect repeatability.

Amongst Monna Lisa’s other advantages, Mantero was particularly impressed by the possibility to create both large designs with a wide range of colours and micro designs for ties and accessories where detail is of the utmost importance. An item’s back and front are equally crucial to the accessories market and the fabric colour penetration guaranteed by Epson digital printing is a key element to prevent the image from blurring.

“For us digital printing means Monna Lisa. According to us, the winning features of Monna Lisa have always been the quality and reproducibility of a print, in addition to its reliability and ability to cope with large production volumes,” said Franco Mantero, Mantero Seta CEO.

“We print 120,000 metres of fabrics per month. Each Monna Lisa machine produces on average 18,000-25,000 m per month. Six Monna Lisa printers have been installed at Mantero’s digital printing department, which was established five years ago: two Monna Lisa ML in 2014, 1 Monna Lisa Evo Tre in 2015, 1 Monna Lisa Evo Tre in 2017 and the latest two Monna Lisa Evo Tre in 2018,” said Antonio Rezzonico, production manager at Mantero Seta.

With Monna Lisa and Monna Lisa Evo Tre, the most recent evolution of Epson digital printers which made history for high-quality textile printing, Mantero has succeeded in combining tradition and innovation while maintaining the high quality that distinguishes the brand internationally.

“The Mantero 1902 collection is the stylistic expression of designs from our archives and of the new colour variants produced by our designers and digitally printed by Monna Lisa. The combination of these elements continues to produce remarkable results,” concluded Matero. (PC)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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