Epson expands textile printer range

Epson has launched new printers to its Monna Lisa vary at textile and garment expertise exhibition ITMA, which opened yesterday (8 June).

On the Milan occasion, which is working till 14 June, the producer has launched the Monna Lisa ML-16000/HY and Monna Lisa ML-24000 fashions, as nicely the brand new REACID configuration Monna Lisa ML-8000 and the Monna Lisa ML-32000 in new 3.4m width.

With 16 Epson PrecisionCore printheads, the 1.8m-wide ML-16000/HY can digitally create subtle particular results for contemporary printed materials, starting from shiny lacquer via to gold and silver steel and opaque white.

The 1.8m-wide ML-24000, the primary to be geared up with 24 Epson PrecisionCore printheads and 12 colors, can print on all sorts of materials from pure, synthetic, and artificial supplies via to revolutionary vegetable fibres.

This machine boasts a discount within the downtime required to vary inks and can produce licensed printed materials with out having to vary the kind of inks within the machine.

Monna Lisa ML-8000 REACID configuration is the primary printer within the collection to be designed with REACID, a brand new configuration that 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.

Lastly, the brand new 3.4m-wide Monna Lisa ML-32000 allows two items of material to be printed on the identical time, subsequently growing productiveness and lowering vitality and useful resource consumption. Epson stated its width is especially appropriate for furnishing and residential textiles, enabling sooner printing of curtains, bedspreads, furnishings, and ornamental equipment.

“Epson is continually centered on renewing and increasing its vary of options for textile printing and providing its prospects 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 using new fibres,” stated Paolo Crespi, industrial director at Epson Como Printing Applied sciences.

“Due to our prolonged Monna Lisa collection, we strongly need to spotlight how the transition to more and more sustainable textile manufacturing processes will be applied via extremely versatile options”.

At ITMA, Epson can be exhibiting its SureColor collection, together with its excessive productiveness DTG printer, the SureColor SC-F3000; the SureColor SC-F10000H; and the SureColor SC-S80600L.

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