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Kornit Presto DTF Printer

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Mid-April, Kornit announced the launch of its new wide-format Presto printer, a single-step solution for direct-to-fabric printing. Presto removes the need for pre and post treatment of fabrics; it does not consume water in the printing process, which makes it more eco-friendly than other textile printers.

Kornit Presto uses the same NeoPigment process used by the Allegro, combined with their new NeoPigment Robusto inks. These inks provide standard wash and rub results plus color fastness; they cure faster and provide the same brilliant and vivacious color gamut as previous Kornit models.

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Kornit Presto direct-to-fabric printer.

The NeoPigment Robusto ink was developed with sustainability priorities and is ECO PASSPORT and GOTS positive listed.

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“Kornit is on a mission to reinvent the textile printing industry with game-changing sustainable technologies for growing market segments. We continue to see demand growth for on-demand production in fashion and home décor. This revolutionary technology is further proof of Kornit’s commitment to address the textile industry’s most urgent needs”

commented Omer Kulka, Kornit’s VP of Marketing and Product Strategy.

 

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