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3D for direct-to-garment printing Kornit new MAX technology Photos courtesy of Kornit

3D for direct-to-garment printing Kornit new MAX technology

When it comes to printing direct-to-garment, we’ve seen all kinds of prints and patterns printed on different types of fabrics and color schemes. Kornit recently launched the new MAX digital printing technology which delivers a high-density graphic design decoration and it can simulate embroidery, vinyl, and heat transfer in a single and waste-free process making it a revolutionary technology for the industry.

Courtesy of Kornit.

This new product is creating huge expectations into the fashion and apparel industry aiming at MAX technology is coming to expand its resources of digital on-demand textile production and not just keeping it with mainstream fabric types.

“Kornit’s new MAX capabilities bring sustainable on-demand production to the mainstream,” said Omer Kulka, Kornit Digital CMO. "We plan to roll it out to additional market segments such as team sports, athleisure, diverse categories of fashion, and home décor applications."

Courtesy of Kornit.

The Kornit Atlas MAX is available on the market now. Its industrial-scale direct-to-garment production system provides great printing quality and a wide and vivid range of colors. It is currently working with the new XDi technology for 3D printing and a new Kornit Atlas system update will be delivered during the first months of 2022.

These are some of the specs for MAX Technology according to Kornit:

  • Powered by advanced MAX technology
  • Enhanced print durability
  • Eco rapid ink set with eco-fix fixation
  • Eco rapid QFix and Intensifier
  • Reduced staining on challenging fabrics
  • Robust & user-friendly production
  • A single setup for multiple fabrics and needs
  • Kornit's XDi technology: 3D effect & high-density printing
  • CO2-neutral, GOTS, and OEKO TEX approved.

  • Courtesy of Kornit.

    Besides Kornit’s MAX, its ActiveLoad Automation technology is a new robotic system and its main purpose is to ensure continuous production and consistency without having human error, in a labour-intensive media handling for the textile industry.

    “There’s a growing realization and acceptance that on-demand production is the answer to meeting the demands of today’s consumer,” added Ronen Samuel, Kornit Digital CEO.

    So Kornit is basically evolving and launching innovative products for the wide-format printing market. It makes users and consumers excited to always see what else we are going to see from them in the future.

    Photos courtesy of Kornit.

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