PrinTEX DIGI installs Kornit Storm HD6 garment printer



Arrow Digital has announced that PrinTEX DIGI from Mumbai, India, has installed its first Kornit Storm HD6. Arrow Digital distributes a range of materials and equipment for the digital printing and cutting markets. The Kornit Storm HD6, allows high-definition image quality and improved hand feel, with an enhanced colour management experience.

The Storm HD6 includes six colour channels (CMYK, Red, and Green) plus white, for a wider gamut and improved spot colour matching. Users can easily reproduce the true colours of licensed sports teams and accurately match and repeat corporate logos. This new HD system is an attractive choice for screen printers and digital printers for print runs between one and 500 garments. The print quality is enriched by ColorGate’s professional RIP software adding advanced colour management and screening capabilities, improved white base creation and pre-defined colour libraries for the ultimate colour matching, according to a press release by Arrow Digital.

The HD technology is created to accelerate production speeds and volume, users enjoy unparalleled print quality, and fast turnarounds, and. The Kornit Storm HD6 provides a non-stop production workflow that enables garment loading while printing. It features dual-pallets, fully automated processes and an advanced user-friendly front-end. Specifically engineered for 24/7 non-stop industrial use, the advanced machine controller enables multi-function operational efficiency that also increases the production speed. Additional benefits of Kornit printing technology are; it eliminates pre-treatment separately as this is the only wet on wet digital printer on the market, and is capable of printing almost all type of fabrics. As this is a non-contact printing process, one can print finished garments, over buttons, zippers, pockets, and much more.

“We are very much excited to explore the new opportunities in the rapidly growing DTG Sector. The emerging global trends of personalisation, online shopping/e-commerce, social media impact, as well as consumer awareness for sustainability are forcing garment/apparel printers to understand the need to go digital. Green technologies, better quality, and on demand short runs are now the trend. With social media and e-commerce, this is increasing the demand and has convinced us to move to digital and add a sustainable option,” the founder of PrinTEX DIGI, Umang Jhunjhunwala said.

The HD technology continues to be a success story. The screen-like look and feel meets the market demands that are growing significantly. It provides instant prints of our choice in excellent quality and bright colours with the most eco-friendly inks on demand. We can print one or print thousands of t-shirts, apparels, masks, aprons, bags, hoodies, and much more.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (GK)

Arrow Digital has announced that PrinTEX DIGI from Mumbai, India, has installed its first Kornit Storm HD6. Arrow Digital distributes a range of materials and equipment for the digital printing and cutting markets. The Kornit Storm HD6, allows high-definition image quality and improved hand feel, with an enhanced colour management experience.

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