The Monna Lisa range has been extended with the Monna Lisa Evo Tre 8+8, a digital printer that has changed the textile printing world. The new printer allows two different types of inks to be loaded simultaneously for maximum flexibility, which is a requirement for today's printing companies. Reliability, quality and sustainability have always been the demands of a sector that Monna Lisa has satisfied to the point of becoming a reference point in industrial textile printing. Today, the market demands even more. It wants versatility that allows it to quickly meet any order, without complex operations and with minimal additional costs. Epson and its subsidiaries Fratelli Robustelli and For. Tex developed Monna Lisa Evo Tre 32 8+8 which allows the fabric range that can be printed quickly and efficiently to be expanded, thanks to the possibility of loading two different sets of inks in the same machine.
The printerâ€™s new features result in quality and productivity thanks to the 32 Precision Core heads is configured with the 8+8 external rack that permits the double ink set, eight Genesta acid inks and eight Genesta reactive inks to be loaded. The software driven machine makes it possible to switch from using reactive inks forcellulose fibres, such as cotton, viscose or linen, to using acid inks required for protein fibres as silk and wood, and polyamide synthetic fibres, with unprecedented ease and speed. The advantages are obvious: speed and immediate productivity with a compact machine and minimum costs.
Epson Europe DTF Sales and Marketing Director EMEAR and Americas, Giovanni Pizzamiglio explained: "In digital textile printing, the winner today is the company which offers low investment and maximum versatility. Combining two different types of inks on the same machine enables to obtain better performance and the ability to respond immediately to customer requests. It is like having two machines in one needing less space and investment.â€
Monna Lisa Evo Tre 32 8+8 â€“ Key Points: Configuration 8+8: the external rack can be loaded with the double ink set, acid inks and eight reactive inks, Maximum versatility: being able to load different types of inks makes it possible to print on fabrics of different types without having to change the set of inks, Epson PrecisionCore printing technology is the latest evolution of Epson's Micro Piezo proprietary printing technology. The latest generation MicroTFP print chip combines quality, accuracy and speed,Available on two different printing heights: 180 and 220 cm,Productivity: up to 402 m2/h thanks to the PrecisionCore MicroTFP printhead, Number of colors: up to 8 for typology, Genesta inks: the water-based inks developed by Epson in collaboration with FOR.TEX are created to allow precision and fastness in fabric prints. Genesta inks - acid, reactive, disperse and pigment â€“ enable to obtain the highest quality on any type of fabric.
For the details on Monna Lisa Evo Tre 32 printheads: http://content.epson.it/textile/Datasheet_ML_EVO_TRE_32_Apr2018_RevL.pdf.
Monna Lisa Evo Tre -Monna Lisa Evo Tre is the lucky model of the Monna Lisa series designed for an increasingly dynamic market, which requires the ability to respond quickly to the different needs of the market, both in terms of quality and productivity. Monna Lisa Evo Tre, the first industrial digital textile printer to integrate Epson PrecisionCore's innovative proprietary printing technology, is the right choice for all printers operating in the field of industrial digital printing on fabric and wishing to combine quality and high quality productivity. For more information on Monna Lisa Evo Tre, visit http://content.epson.it/textile/bro_Monnalisa_EvoTre_feb18_lowres.pdf.
About Epson -Epson is a global technology leader dedicated to connecting people, things and information with its original efficient, compact and precision technologies. With a lineup that ranges from inkjet printers and digital printing systems to 3LCD projectors, watches and industrial robots, the company is focused on driving innovations and exceeding customer expectations in inkjet, visual communications, wearables and robotics. Led by the Japan-based Seiko Epson Corporation, the Epson Group comprises more than 76,000 employees in 87 companies around the world, and is proud of its contributions to the communities in which it operates and its ongoing efforts to reduce environmental impacts. www.global.epson.com.
About Epson Europe -Epson Europe B.V., based in Amsterdam, is the Groupâ€™s regional headquarters for Europe, Middle-East, Russia, and Africa. With a workforce of 1,830 employees, Epson Europeâ€™s sales for fiscal year 2017 were 1.7 billion Euros. http://www.epson.eu. Environmental Vision 2050.http://eco.epson.com/
About For.Tex -For.Tex, located in Fino Mornasco (Como, Italy), is a company 100% owned by Epson Italia. Established in the Italian market as a trusted provider for dyes, thickeners and specialty for printing, For. Tex has established and consolidated its expansion to overseas markets with a particular focus on the Asian market with which it has established over the years a fruitful collaboration in particular with the most qualified Japanese companies producing dyes, specialty products for printing and specialty for the essential treatments agents of highly innovative content. In 2000, For. Tex was chosen by SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION, as official partner in regards of the ink developments, of the MONNA LISAÂ® project and for the Genesta ink. www.fortex.it
About F.lli Robustelli - F.lli Robustelli s.r.l, located in Villa Guardia (Como, Italy), is a company 100% owned by Epson Italia. Operating since the 1950s, F.lli Robustelli has always designed and produced photogravure and textile printing machinery and systems. Thanks to an ongoing relationship with its clients and the ability to blend textile and mechanical knowhow with new digital technologies, F.lli. Robustelli has developed partnerships across the world. Over 15 years ago, F.lli Robustelli developed an important partnership with SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION that resulted in the MONNA LISAÂ® project. For this project, the company product engineered the first digital textile printing machine on Epson print technology resulting in a product that is known in the textile industry as the best digital textile printer in the world and making of F.lli Robustelli one of the major players in the digital textile printing revolution. www.monnalisatdp.com.
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