Confirming its position as a leading manufacturer and innovator of digital textile printing solutions, Kornit Digital is taking significant stand space at Fespa 2013. Kornit will also launch a refreshed visual identity.
As the corporate sponsor for Fespa Fabric, the company will be demonstrating its proven textile printers to customers and prospects, alongside its latest introductions. Kornit will also launch a refreshed visual identity and support several activities at and around Fespa, like donating printed shirts from the show to Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity.
Kornit Digital celebrates 1,000 printers in 100 countries and 10 years of experience with major presence at Fespa 2013. “This year’s Fespa exhibition is a very important milestone for Kornit and our customers, as we celebrate our tenth year, our presence in 100 countries and our 1,000th printer installed,” states Ofer Ben-Zur, CEO of Kornit Digital. “We also wanted to mark the occasion by being the corporate sponsor of Fespa Fabric 2013. This endorses our commitment to the industry and our customers, as well as our leading position as the developer of the first industrial digital direct-to-garment print solution and our innovative NeoPigment process which continues to revolutionise fabric printing.”
Customers and prospects visiting Kornit’s Fespa booth will be able to see live demonstrations of two enhancements to the Avalanche product line, designed for high speed and low cost high-volume production of light and dark garments. The new Avalanche 1000 features new print-heads, higher productivity and an advanced integrated humidity system. It makes production even more reliable and can be operated at a stunning speed by a single operator, making the Avalanche 1000 the fastest direct-to-garment printer in its sector and the fastest one ever delivered by Kornit.
The company will also show a preview of its Avalanche Hexa with six colours plus white, for a wider gamut and improved spot colour handling. Both new products offer full ICC profile support for colour accuracy and high levels of productivity.
As a digital add-on for screen-printing carousels, Kornit’s new Paradigm II will be featured combining photorealistic graphics with analogue options such as foils, flocks and glitter effect inks. Kornit will also be demonstrating its new Allegro roll-to-roll printing system.
Kornit Digital, stand G15N