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ColorJet India Ltd is demonstrating its Japanese innovation and tech stacked 'TXF' computerized material printer, at Garment Technology Expo (GTE), New Delhi in corridor E, slow down no. 6. The computerized material printer has been delivered by utilizing the most recent Japanese innovation, which encourages the printer to give splendid prints impeccably and that too with decreased upkeep.
The printer can print at paces of up to 24 sq. meters every hour and accomplishes print goals of up to 1,440 dpi and is especially reasonable for mold architects, home materials applications and furthermore is most appropriate with regards to testing and short runs.
Furnished with Epson printheads, the belt driven TXF offers variable spot control for accomplishing smooth degrees, making it reasonable for massive finished materials or more slender textures and furthermore stretchable texture materials, for example, sews.
The advanced printer is well-suited for printing with shade inks, and can print on a texture including cotton, polyester, gooey, silk, rayon or fleece. As the printer utilizes shade inks, the texture does not really require pre-or post-treatment, which enables spare to water and creation times.
The TXF is additionally accessible to work with responsive inks for imprinting onto characteristic textures and furthermore scatter inks for imprinting onto polyester textures.
ColorJet India is additionally a beneficiary of a few honors, a couple of which incorporate the 'Rising Star of Asia' 2016 honor in the computerized inkjet printer producer class at the Indo-ASEAN Global Investment Summit held in Bangkok.
ColorJet was additionally recognized as 'India's Largest Manufacturer of Wide Format Digital Printers' at the yearly sixth Imaging Solution Awards Night held in New Delhi, India. Recently, the organization won the 'Indian Brand Excellence Award 2017' for being the biggest maker of advanced inkjet printers in India.
"ColorJet presented this section level advanced material printer, essentially for form architects and home materials applications. Since the printer is adept for printing with all inks, regardless of whether shade, receptive or scatter, a wide range of textures, including polyester, cotton, silk, thick, rayon or fleece can be printed which opens gigantic roads for various applications," Smarth Bansal at Colorjet India said.
About ColorJet India Ltd :
ColorJet India Ltd, the biggest maker of advanced inkjet printers in India, showcases its items in 14 nations around the world. Established in 2004, the organization keeps up its tasks through two assembling offices and deals workplaces spread crosswise over seven nations, which incorporate India, China, Bangladesh, UAE and Sri Lanka. To-date, ColorJet has introduced and executed more than 4,000 of its printing arrangements and items crosswise over 315 urban communities around the globe sponsored by a solid 278 part group, of which very nearly 100 are in specialized related capacities.