Digital printing machine for Textile
Stork Prints introduces the digital textile printer Sphene to the Chinese market at ITMA Asia
Boxmeer, The Netherlands, March 2012: Visitors to the Stork Prints stand (Hall E1, booth D01) at the ITMA Asia in Shanghai on June 12 through 16, will be able to see how we continue to lead the way as a total systems solutions provider for the textile printing industry. On display will be the new digital textile printer Sphene as well as consumables like rotary screens and digital ink.
New digital textile printer Sphene and digital inks
Stork Prints is one of the leading digital ink producers to the industry who also builds and sells printing machines and RIP software. Besides the complete digital ink portfolio, visitors can witness live demonstrations of the brand new digital textile printer Sphene. Stork Prints’ Sphene is the future for digital textile printing with print speeds up to an amazing amount of 555 m²/hr. The Sphene makes it amazingly easy - and cost-effective - to carry out top-class digital textile printing. Its industrial fabric feeding system allows virtually any fabric imaginable to be used, at widths of up to 1.85 meters. There will also be plenty printing samples of Stork Prints’ new NEBULA reactive, acid and disperse ink sets for Kyocera print heads. With the special Reactive Deep Black ink, you get a profoundly intense and dark black that really has to be seen to be believed. Stork Prints will also presents its complete range of FLARE inks that run on all printers using Epson print heads, including Robustelli Monna Lisa printers. Underlining the fact that the unrivalled Stork Prints inks are not just suited for the new printer Sphene, but can also run on the Reggiani Renoir, MS JP and MS JPK-series printers and the La Meccanica Qualijet K-series.
Recently, Stork Prints has developed a dedicated range of inks, known as QUASAR, for the MS LaRio, for partner and leading Italian manufacturer MS. The suitability of QUASAR inks for the LaRio stems from Stork Prints’ considerable experience in developing inks for its own single-pass digital printing machines for label printing, the DSI®. For a number of years the company has been optimising ink performance for high-speed digital printing machines to help deliver superior image quality. This includes patented technology to prevent striping.
Quasar ReAcid ink is already being used in the very first LaRio prototype, currently running at a customer site in Italy. Visitors to the Stork Prints stand (Hall 7, booth 712/A) will also be able to find out more about two new types of QUASAR ink; reactive and acid.
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