Putting proven direct-to-garment technology on display, Kornit enables graphics market to embrace digital textile production for new business growth and accelerated revenue streams
drupa to feature collection of market leading direct-to-garment and direct-to-fabric printers, making it easy and affordable for commercial printers to expand their portfolios, drive new revenue

Kornit Digital LTD. (NASDAQ: KRNT) (“Kornit” or the “Company”), a worldwide market leader in sustainable, on-demand digital fashionx and textile production technologies, announced today a groundbreaking partnership with Ball & Doggett - Australia's premier distributor of printable materials, press consumables, and printing equipment. This collaboration marks a significant milestone in the print industry, poised to redefine print-on-demand capabilities for businesses across the Australian market.

By establishing touchpoint textile, drupa has created a special forum to showcase pioneering applications in digital textile printing. The highlight will be the Digital Textile Micro Factory – a fully connected, integrated process chain starting with the customer enquiry and design through to large-format digital textile printing.

Kornit solutions help reduce inventories, enhance time-to-market, adopt nearshore production, and promote sustainability

Retailers and brands embrace new Kornit Atlas MAX PLUS, reinforcing the highest standards of quality, reliability, vibrant color matching, and unwavering consistency.

• Mimaki’s new textile pigment transfer printing system, named TRAPIS, makes significant savings on wastewater compared to conventional methods
• Latest innovation also broadens application possibilities for print service providers, with the ability to print on a multitude of materials, including natural fibres
• System to be demonstrated with Mimaki’s inkjet printer, the TS330-1600, in Mimaki’s booth at FESPA Global Print Expo 2024 (Stand F10, Hall 12)

3DFashion™ direct-to-textile 3D printing technology on show at Texprocess in Frankfurt, 23-26 April (Hall 8.0, #D28)

Live demonstrations of the J850 TechStyle™ 3D, which applies full-color, translucent, rigid, and flexible materials directly onto textile and garments, offering intricate patterns and optical illusions
Commercial availability of Original Urban Tattoo Collection to be announced at Texprocess

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