Monna Lisa Evo Tre: Stay ahead with
innovative digital textile printing
Epson and its
subsidiaries For.Tex. and Fratelli Robustelli has recently
appointed The Textile Engineers of Pakistan (TEP) to drive Monna
Lisa digital textile printer expansion in the Pakistan market.
The Textile Engineers of Pakistan Private Limited (TEP) was
established in 1949 as subsidiary of Platt UK with the aim to
provide complete textile solutions. With 70 years of experience
in the industry, offices in Lahore and Karachi and a network of
six sales representatives all over the country, TEP is a
recognised supplier for a large number of important brands
specialized in the industrial textile segment. Brands that are
known for their reliability, durability and precision and
therefore perfectly in line with Monna Lisa philosophy.
The Monna Lisa range has been extended with the Monna Lisa
Evo Tre 8+8, a digital printer that has changed the textile
printing world. The new printer allows two different types of
inks to be loaded simultaneously for maximum flexibility, which
is a requirement for today's printing companies.
Reliability, quality and sustainability have always been the
demands of a sector that Monna Lisa has satisfied to the point
of becoming a reference point in industrial textile printing.
Today, the market demands even more. It wants versatility that
allows it to quickly meet any order, without complex operations
and with minimal additional costs. Epson and its subsidiaries
Fratelli Robustelli and For.Tex developed Monna Lisa Evo Tre 32
8+8 which allows the fabric range that can be printed quickly
and efficiently to be expanded, thanks to the possibility of
loading two different sets of inks in the same machine.
The printer’s new features result in quality and productivity
thanks to the 32 Precision Core heads is configured with the 8+8
external rack that permits the double ink set, eight Genesta
acid inks and eight Genesta reactive inks to be loaded. The
software driven machine makes it possible to switch from using
reactive inks for cellulose fibres, such as cotton, viscose or
linen, to using acid inks required for protein fibres as silk
and wood, and polyamide synthetic fibres, with unprecedented
ease and speed. The advantages are obvious: speed and immediate
productivity with a compact machine and minimum costs.
Epson Europe DTF Sales and Marketing Director EMEAR and
Americas, Giovanni Pizzamiglio explained: "In digital textile
printing, the winner today is the company which offers low
investment and maximum versatility. Combining two different
types of inks on the same machine enables to obtain better
performance and the ability to respond immediately to customer
requests. It is like having two machines in one needing less
space and investment.”