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Kornit Digital brings direct-to-garment printing to traditional Turkish markets at FESPA Eurasia

Storm II and Paradigm II demonstrate digital versatility with cost efficiency and greener production

With Turkey now acknowledged as a rapidly growing area for digital textile printing, global leader Kornit Digital will address the huge market potential for direct-to-garment production by exhibiting at FESPA Eurasia. Live demonstrations of the mid-range Kornit Storm II and the Kornit Paradigm, which enables screen-printers to include digital versatility in their applications, will be presented as examples of the company's NeoPigment process. Incorporated into every Kornit Digital machine, of which are there are now 1,300 installed world-wide, this one-step, no pre-treatment solution achieves high quality and environmentally-friendly results on virtually all fabric types.
The strong presence of the screen process in Turkey is now being challenged by the drive for greater versatility and lower volumes, and Kornit Digital's systems are ideal for businesses wanting to complement their carousels with user-friendly technology and a fast return on investment. To explain and demonstrate the benefits of direct-to-garment systems, the company's resellers Tetas AS and Pekiz Makina will be in attendance throughout FESPA Eurasia, along with Doga Ipek, Kornit's Country Manager for Turkey.
Kornit Digital's comprehensive series of direct-to-garment printers includes the Storm II which will be demonstrated at FESPA Eurasia. Engineered for high-end productivity and performance, it is ideal for businesses wanting the benefits of fast throughput with low running costs, even on one-offs and short runs. This system's continuous workflow enables garments to be loaded while printing is taking place, and its 1.5 litre bulk ink system enhances uninterrupted use. With eight height-adjustable industrial Spectra print-heads that simplify printing over zips, buttons and raised objects, this machine has a print area of 50 x 70cm and the capacity to produce 150 garments per hour.
Screen-printing companies that want to add digital capabilities to their existing analogue production methods can see the Kornit Paradigm II in action, engineered to work in-line with traditional carousels and oval machines. This versatile system enables complex combinations of screen and digital technology to be created in a single job so that special effects and finishes can be merged with high quality personalisation and variable data.
The Kornit Paradigm II's robust engineering and ergonomic design make it well suited to 24/7 production, with its industrial high volume Spectra Polaris print-heads generating consistently high quality results. Transfer between print stations and fast set-up are complemented by automated processing and precise registration.
"All Kornit Digital's direct-to-garment printers, plus the 1.8m high speed roll-to-roll industrial Allegro, benefit from the company's NeoPigment process that meets the requirements of businesses wanting to work with virtually all textile types without being compromised by the ink chemistry," states Wilfried Kampe, Managing Director of Kornit Digital Europe. "The versatility and convenience we can offer our customers is particularly important within Turkey and surrounding territories which, increasingly are seeing a return to onshore production after a period of strong competition from the east."
Kornit Digital's infrastructure in Turkey has been bolstered with the addition of a powerful sales network and a streamlined and highly efficient support infrastructure. FESPA Eurasia provides the company with the strong opportunity to demonstrate and discuss its successful serious of printers all of which feature no pre-treatment, unmatched versatility and toxin-free ink technology.
Kornit Digital is the leading innovator and manufacturer of direct-to-garment printers, with models for all sizes of business from start-up operations through to those requiring high speed 24/7 production. The NeoPigment printing process is continuing to transform digital textile printing with its innovative environmentally friendly pigment ink that requires no pre-treatment, minimal finishing and the ability to print to multiple fabric types.



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