digital textile printing innovation

Kornit Digital (NASDAQ: KRNT), a global market leader in digital textile printing innovation, won a silver level “Hong Kong Digital Printing Award 2018 (Special Material Category)” presented by the Hong Kong Digital Printing Association. The award was given for color vibrancy and print quality of a neon neck pillow printed on the Kornit Allegro using the company’s unique NeoPigment™ Intenso Neon Inks.

The Kornit Allegro is a single-step, waterless printing solution equipped with NeoPigment™ Intenso Neon Inks. These inks — which are the only pigment-based Neon inks in the digital textile printing industry — can be used in several print modes, to replace process colors or to extend the color range of a printed design. The NeoPigment™ Intenso Neon Inks open-up new applications, allowing Allegro users to tap into new market segments and to increase solution utilization, in fashion, sportswear and children’s costumes.

The Kornit Allegro roll-to-roll digital textile printing solution demonstrates its unparalleled flexibility as the only stand-alone, one step, no-pretreatment, digital printing solution. The Allegro can produce a finished fabric from the digital file in less than seven minutes. Kornit’s NeoPigment™ printing process works on both natural and synthetic fabrics. Unlike typical digital technologies, the Allegro offers an innovative solution that eliminates the need for multiple steps of pre-press and post-press treatments. Kornit’s technology is leading in sustainability with a 100% waterless process utilized in all the company’s printing solutions. All the latest developments are geared towards making digital textile printing more competitive, profitable and straightforward.

Founded in 2003, Kornit Digital is a global company, headquartered in Israel with offices in the USA, Europe and Asia Pacific, and serves customers in more than 100 countries worldwide.

The company also announced the introduction of the Kornit Atlas in January 2019. The Atlas is the first instance of the company’s next-generation direct-to-garment printing platform, providing garment decorators and screen printers a unique tool for mastering the current and future challenges of the textile supply chain.

The all-new Atlas comes ready for Kornit’s future releases of its cloud-based business intelligence, productivity analytics and optimization software platforms, scheduled to be released in the second half of 2019. It will allow for easy future network connectivity required to support fleet management and optimization of global multi-systems and multi-site enterprises.

Source: Kornit Digital