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Kornit Digital Presto Max Textile Printer

Engineered to print white ink on dark fabrics and utilizes XDi technology to output decorative effects.

Kornit Digital has launched the 70.8-in. Presto Max digital textile printer designed for sustainable on-demand production of apparel, home décor, and textile goods, the company reports. The single-step, direct-to-fabric press is engineered to print white ink on dark fabrics and utilizes XDi technology to output decorative effects such as threadless embroidery, high-density prints, vinyl, screen transfer, and more. The Presto Max is compatible with natural fabrics, synthetics, and blends and offers minimized environmental footprint through its use of water-based NeoPigment Robusto ink, CO2-neutral design, Eco-Passport certification, and GOTS approval.

Additional features include Kornit QualiSet smart autonomous calibration, axial unwinding system with adjustable fabric width and tension mechanisms, high-precision adhesive belt conveyer system, production insights via Kornit Konnect, compatibility with the KornitX global fulfillment ecosystem and Kornit EcoFactory, and more.


MANUFACTURER: Kornit Digital
PRODUCT CATEGORY: Wide-Format Printers
APPLICATION CATEGORY:Digital Textile Printing


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