The Monna Lisa Evo Tre scanning printer with 64 PrecisionCore printheads is Epson’s new flagship high volume textile printer, offering a complete solution for all textile market needs.
The printer is built for high productivity (maximum printing speed of 779m sq/hr) without compromising the printing quality. Monna Lisa Evo Tre 64’s PrecisionCore technology combines quality, accuracy and speed which provides the maximum level of flexibility and reliability so that it is the right solution for a dynamic and diversified textile market.
Also, recently released is Epson’s new breakthrough Genesta PG-Revo pigment ink, which provides industry-standard dry and wet rub fastness in deep shades (same results as traditional printing according to ISO 105 X12) without post-treatment of fabric by faster chemical and physical bonding characteristics and allows for high-quality printing on a wide range of fabric types and applications including fast growing on-demand fashion and home textile markets.
PG-Revo ink does not consume water in the post printing process, which makes it very environmentally friendly. PG-Revo inks can be also applied on fabrics without pre-treatment, further boosting their eco-friendly performances.
Phil McMullin, sales manager, ProGraphics, Epson UK, said: “The textile market is incredibly dynamic, driven by customer demands to find new, innovative solutions for production speed, flexibility and colour fastness, as well the ability to print on an ever wider range of substrates. With the new Monna Lisa Evo Tre 64 textile printer and our Genesta pigment inks, Epson is once again taking a leading role in helping customers to meet these challenges.
“The new Monna Lisa Evo Tre range features Epson PrecisionCore Technology, offering a complete solution for all textile market needs, from large scale, high speed production to small run, on demand sample printing.”