Kornit Digital’s North American subsidiary based in Mequon, Wisconsin is set to host an Open House Event out-and-out for industrial-grade direct-to-garment printing and textile mass customization, from July 11-29.
Various manufacturing brands, garment decorators, screen printers, e-commerce businesses and promotional goods manufacturers will be visiting the event to see the demonstrations. Besides its entire line of direct-to-garment printing systems, Kornit will also showcase its new high-productivity, low-cost-per-print Vulcan system for the first time in North America, states the company’s press release.
The Vulcan was premiered at ITMA 2015. It can produce excellent photorealistic quality, featuring 60 new-generation print-heads with an advanced recirculating ink system in a six-colour-plus-white configuration. The system caters for multiple print sizes and configurations with a maximum print size of 70 cm x 100 cm/27.5 x 39.5 in.
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“Kornit Digital works continuously on pushing out the break-even point between analogue and digital production methods. With drastically lowered ink consumption and unit cost, the Vulcan competes with screen printing carousels not only for short but also for mid to long runs. Plus, it offers the ability to offer completely new products and services, such as high-quality, photorealistic prints and variable data printing. In essence, the Vulcan is a ground-breaking technology that every major garment decorator and screen printer should be interested in,” avers Rich Thompson, Marketing Director of Kornit Digital North America.
Based in Israel, Kornit Digital produces high-speed industrial inkjet printers, and pigmented ink and chemical products for the garment and apparel industry.