Kornit Digital has announced the launch of its new Avalanche R-Series with ink recirculation system in the direct-to-garment printing system. This technology, which Kornit already uses in the Storm series, the Allegro and the Vulcan, optimizes print quality, reliability and ink efficiency of the new Avalanches. As a result, users of the Avalanche R-Series benefit from up to 20% ink savings and faster system availability after the start-up process.
New R-Series versions will replace the current systems
“Kornit keeps innovating on all fronts,” stated Guy Zimmerman, Kornit Digital’s Vice President of Marketing and Business Development. “The new Avalanche R-Series is a great example how a proven flagship product can be optimized towards even higher print quality, reliability and cost efficiency, and we have noticed great reception of this new concept during the beta stage.” The new R-Series versions will replace the current systems. The capabilities of the R-series are also available for existing Avalanche Hexa and Avalanche 1000 installations as an upgrade, from January 31st on.
For all day, every day and all volumes
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.
Thanks to a unique double bridge architecture, the white and the color print phases can happen in parallel, for optimized and unique dark garment efficiency. 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. Both systems feature a print area of up to 90 x 60cm and 12cm wide pass printing. An automatic height adjustment mechanism allows printing over buttons, zippers and other protruding objects.