Stork Prints to showcase complete digital textile printing portfolio at FESPA Americas
Charlotte, NC, January 27 2011 - Stork Prints will present her full line of digital textile inks on February 24 through 26, at FESPA Americas in Orlando, Florida.
Being a pioneer in digital textile printing and active in the industry for over 20 years, the company is now ready to expand her leading position to the US market.
Besides reactive, acid, disperse and sublimation inks for Mimaki, Roland, MS, La Meccanica and Mutoh digital textile printers, Stork Prints will also show her line of reactive inks for Robustelli Monna Lisa printers.
Stork Prints is one of the scarce digital ink producers in the industry, who also builds and sells printing machines and RIP software. Besides the complete digital ink portfolio, Stork Prints will present her full line of digital textile printers, based on the market leading Mimaki JV5. All printers are standard equipped with Stork Prints’ unique proprietary High Speed software, that boosts printing speeds up to 60 m²/hr.
Last but not least, visitors can obtain a sneak preview of Stork Prints latest digital textile printer Sphene. Stork Prints’ Sphene is said to be the future for digital textile printing with print speeds up to an amazing amount of 550 m²/hr. There will also be plenty printing samples of Stork Prints’ new reactive ink set for Kyocera print heads. Underlining the fact that the unrivalled Stork inks are not just suited for the new printer Sphene, but can also run on the Reggiani Renoir and MS JP-series printers.
For a live demonstration of the fully operational machine, visitors will have to wait until FESPA Digital, from May 24 through 27 in Hamburg, Germany.