Home    Resource Store    Past Issues    Buyers' Guide    Career Center    Subscriptions    Advertising    E-Newsletter    Contact

Textile World Photo Galleries
November/December 2015 November/December 2015

View Issue  |

Subscribe Now  |


From Farm To Fabric: The Many Faces Of Cotton - The 74th Plenary Meeting of the International Cotton Advisory Committee (ICAC)
12/06/2015 - 12/11/2015

Capstone Course On Nonwoven Product Development
12/07/2015 - 12/11/2015

2nd Morocco International Home Textiles & Homewares Fair
03/16/2016 - 03/19/2016

- more events -

- submit your event -

Printer Friendly
Full Site
Dyeing Printing & Finishing

Kornit Introduces Kornit Paradigm Add-on Solution

Kornit Digital Ltd. — an Israel-based developer, manufacturer and marketer of digital printing solutions for the textile and apparel industries — has introduced a digital add-on solution for screen-printing carousels that enables unlimited color possibilities and photorealistic images.

The Kornit Paradigm, an industrial direct-to-garment printer, carries a digital station that when fastened to an operational carousel enables screen printers to combine printing techniques to create multiple printing applications. The printer employs screen techniques such as glitter, cracking, foil, flock and burn-out; and is able to produce dark garment prints with screen discharge or white ink under-base, complex four-color processes, spot and metallic combinations, and pure digital applications for short runs.

The solution is compatible with both manual and automatic screen-printing carousels using Spectra Polaris print heads that are available with CMYK inks. Kornit Digital reports that use of the digital add-on station can shorten setup time and screen preparation costs.

"The Kornit Paradigm solution is the outcome of a paradigm shift in the direct-to-garment printing industry," said Yuval Neria, corporate marketing director, Kornit Digital. "Printers can now combine the best of two worlds: analog and digital printing, and it's the best solution for garment decorators and screen printers that are looking to adapt to the growing needs of the fashion industry."

January/February 2013