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ITMA 2019 : Epson Show The Monna Lisa Evo Tre As A Complete Solution For All Textile Market Needs

Image courtesy of Epson

Image courtesy of Epson

Meerbusch, Barcelona, June 2019 - Epson, a pioneer in the digital textile printing market, presented selected machines from its new Monna Lisa Evo Tre at the ITMA 2019 (Fira de Barcelona, L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, Barcelona, June 20-26, 2019, Booth C210)

Introducing the series and matching Genesta pigmented inks.

With the new machines, and speeds of over 750m2 per hour, the company enables print service providers to adapt effectively to a rapidly changing digital textile market.

Equipped with Epson PrecisionCore technology, the new Monna Lisa Evo Tre series offers print service providers based on this technology a complete solution for all textile market needs. The new machines cover both high-volume, short-run and on-demand sample prints.

At its ITMA 2019 booth, Epson presented the new Monna Lisa Evo Tre 64, the Monna Lisa Evo Tre 8, the Monna Lisa Evo Tre 32 (in 16-channel configuration) and the Monna Lisa Evo Tre 16.

The Genesta PG-Revo are newly developed pigment inks that provide users with a high level of print durability and high quality. In addition, the new inks are environmentally friendly because the fabrics do not require any post-treatment after printing.

Paolo Crespi, Director of Marketing and Sales for Epson Europe DTF EMEAR and Americas, says: "Epson continues to develop the Monna Lisa Evo Tre series, and at ITMA 2019 we will be showcasing two of the new Monna Lisa Evo Tre machines that we serve our customers give them the opportunity to meet the needs of an increasingly demanding textile market, and this business environment is becoming increasingly competitive, but the exclusive quality, high productivity, and color-fast reproduction of colors with our Monna Lisa are a great way to differentiate themselves from other competitors. "