Israel-based Kornit Digital, a manufacturing company focused on digital printing for textiles, will host a two-week educational open house at its North American facility in Mequon, Wisconsin, just north of Milwaukee.
The entire two weeks will be devoted to single-step, multi-fabric digital textile printing. From May 9-20, the company will open its demonstration facility to manufacturing brands, transfer printers, e-commerce businesses and fabric converters.
The company says the centerpiece of the demonstration will be its Kornit Allegro roll-to-roll digital textile printer, which uses the company’s NeoPigment printing technology that completely eliminates pre- and post-treatment processes for both natural and synthetic fabrics. The company says because it eliminates the need for multiple steps of pre-press and post press treatments, it saves on energy, water, space, and labor. It touts the Allegro as allowing even smaller operations to get into the digital fabric printing market.
Those interested in participating in the open house should contact Jim Manelski at Kornit Digital North America at firstname.lastname@example.org or 262-518-0200.