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ITMA 2019 : Ms Printing Sets A New Milestone In Digital Printing With The Minilario Printer Now The Fastest Digital Textile Scanning Printer In The World

Image courtesy of MS Mini Lario

Image courtesy of MS Mini Lario

Caronno Pertusella, June 2019 

Mini Lario – the new innovative digital scanning machine by MS Printing Solutions – is debuting at ITMA  (Barcelona, 20-26 June 2019 – Hall 3 ⬧ A216).

Mini Lario is expected to strongly influence the future market for digital textile printing, thanks to its strengths – compact design, speed and high-quality output – which make it the ideal printer for the segment.  

Mini Lario has been developed to fill an existing gap in the market between the LaRio and the JPKEVO in terms of speed and ROI.

The 64 printheads allow Mini Lario to reach the incredible maximum printing speed of 1094 m/h (setting: 2xCMYK -1500/3000).

Mini Lario features a host of technical innovations, including bold solutions such as positioning the printing carriage hang on the printing bridge.

This solution allows for high-speed, accuracy and total system stability.  “Mini Lario is now the fastest scanning machine in the world,” says Luigi Milini, MS Printing Solutions’ Honorary President. "We believe that only by staying one step ahead, can we drive technical change. We have done this with LaRio single pass, and we’re doing it again today with Mini Lario."

 The new LaRio’ s in-line fabric pretreatment will be also showcased at MS’s booth at ITMA.  “We are proud to be among the leaders of industrial digital textile printing, succeeding in always finding new solutions for improving our customers' work,” explains Paolo Milini, MS Printing Solutions’ President.

The in-line pretreatment allows LaRio to take a new leap forward on the path of innovation.

Pretreatment is crucial in digital printing and the in-line solution brings great benefits, drastically reducing the set-up process, water, chemicals and energy consumption. “Developing sustainable technologies is our responsibility towards future generations and is the milestone of our green strategy,” concludes Paolo Milini.