Epson unveiled new printers in its Monna Lisa vary on the textiles expertise commerce present ITMA 2023 (8-14 June) in Milan, Italy. The brand new Monna Lisa 24000 is the primary within the ML vary with 24 Epson PrecisionCore printheads and 12 colors.
Epson has launched the Monna Lisa ML-16000/HY and Monna Lisa ML-24000 (pictured) fashions, as nicely the brand new REACID configuration Monna Lisa ML-8000 and the Monna Lisa ML-32000 in new 340 cm width.
“Epson is consistently targeted on renewing and increasing its vary of options for textile printing and providing its clients the chance to fulfill the wants of an more and more demanding and aggressive market looking for the experimentation of latest approaches, from shorter processes to the usage of new fibres,” says Paolo Crespi, business director Epson Como Printing Applied sciences (pictured proper).
“Due to our prolonged Monna Lisa sequence, we strongly need to spotlight how the transition to more and more sustainable textile manufacturing processes may be carried out by extremely versatile options.”
Monna Lisa ML-16000/HY –
“The revolutionary Monna Lisa ML-16000/HY is the perfect printer for firms that have to optimise the manufacturing of advanced prints and provide the market extra creativity,” mentioned a press launch. “It could possibly uniquely digitally create any kind of probably the most refined particular results for contemporary printed materials with gold, silver, and shiny tints, starting from shiny lacquer by to gold and silver steel and opaque white.
Monna Lisa ML-24000 –
“Idea of flexibility and effectivity is raised to the subsequent degree due to the wide selection of obtainable colors, the discount within the downtime required to alter inks and the potential for producing licensed printed materials with out altering the kind of inks within the machine. The primary to be geared up with 24 Epson PrecisionCore printheads and 12 colors, Monna Lisa ML-24000 can print on all kinds of materials from pure, synthetic, and artificial materials by to probably the most progressive vegetable fibres. Due to the wide selection of inks supported, firms can lastly acquire any particular required certifications (reminiscent of GOTS or OEKO-TEX) in a short time and simply by counting on one single machine.
Monna Lisa ML-8000 with REACID configuration –
“Monna Lisa ML-8000 is the primary printer within the sequence to be designed with the brand new REACID configuration, which is an absolute novelty within the Monna Lisa panorama and can quickly be obtainable on all different printers within the sequence. This new configuration provides a big selection of different supplies and fibres to the checklist of materials already supported by Monna Lisa printers, together with non-traditional fibres, and thus reinforces Monna Lisa’s capacity to adapt to a variety of printing necessities, offering better flexibility of use.
Monna Lisa ML-32000 (width 340 cm) –
“The Monna Lisa ML-32000 combines Epson’s high-tech digital expertise with unprecedented versatility. Its new width of 340 cm permits two items of cloth to be printed on the similar time, thus rising productiveness and decreasing power and useful resource consumption. The brand new printer’s width is especially appropriate for furnishing and residential textile, permitting even sooner printing of curtains, bedspreads, furnishings and ornamental equipment.
“Epson may also show its SureColor sequence together with its DTG high-productivity printer Epson SureColor SC-F3000, which presents reliability, flexibility and high-quality printing on completed textile merchandise; Epson SureColor SC-F10000H, permitting firms to acquire highest high quality outcomes over a variety of purposes, particularly for trend and inside design with cyan and light-weight magenta; and Epson SureColor SC-S80600L, which is provided with a 10-colour ink set for prime quality printing on fake leather-based for trend, equipment, and inside ornament.
“On Epson’s stand it’s attainable to see and contact some examples of trend creations by a number of the most famed Far Jap trend designers, who depend upon Epson’s high-quality printing expertise for his or her trend works. Designers exhibited are: Korean high clothier Lie Sang Bong, clothier and artwork director Aguri Sagimori and Japanese clothier based mostly in Paris, Yuima Nakazato. Particularly, Nakazato’s inventive works come straight from Paris Trend Week Haute Couture, the place a few of his creations had been based mostly on the brand new, extra sustainable and probably industry-transforming textile manufacturing idea known as Dry Fibre Know-how (DFT). Epson’s Dry Fibre Know-how idea, which is already used commercially to recycle workplace paper and which requires just about no water, might be tailored to supply printable non-woven cloth from used clothes.”