Commercial printers encouraged by Kornit at drupa 2024

In Hall 4, stand B35, Kornit at drupa plans to demonstrate to commercial printers how they can boost revenues, drive margins, and significantly expand offerings by embracing direct-to-garment technology.

Kornit Digital is a global provider of on-demand digital fashion and textile production technologies. With a heavy focus on sustainability. They have announced that at drupa 2024 they will be demonstrating the new business opportunities now made possible by digital garments – unlocking unlimited business growth and new revenue streams for any graphic design or print-on-demand business. 

The company says that digital production seamlessly aligns with existing commercial printer operations as the direct-to-garment marketplace rapidly shifts towards on-demand models. Digital textiles integrate easily with existing production workflow expertise, enabling lucrative growth opportunities for commercial printers given the high-margin nature of garment printing.

Alongside its drupa 2024 technology showcase, Kornit is offering an invitation-only VIP tour of its new Experience Centre located in Düsseldorf. At the centre they can demonstrate what customers are experiencing today with Kornit’s on-demand, sustainable digital production technology. Exclusive tours and customer engagements will feature presentations by Kornit senior leadership and customers – showcasing how companies can most effectively build revenues leveraging Kornit direct-to-garment and direct-to-fabric technology.

On display at the Kornit Experience Center is the breakthrough Kornit Apollo direct-to-garment platform for high-throughput, automated digital textiles, allowing producers to shorten lead times, improve margins and build new business channels in short-to-medium run production. Fueled by a proprietary automation system, the platform integrates smart drying, concurrently managing multiple garment types with an ability to produce up to 400 garments per hour. Based on patented Kornit MAX technology, the solution is already producing real-world results at some of the world’s leaders in custom apparel, including Mad Engine Global and Augusta Sportswear.

Visitors can see Kornit’s complete range of direct-to-garment printers at drupa 24

Also featured at the Experience Centre is the Atlas MAX PLUS, offering increased productivity of up to 150 garments per hour. Featuring Smart Curing, Rapid Size Shifter pallets and autonomous calibration, the solution takes smart production to new heights with production flexibility, consistency, and the highest quality. The company will also highlight the Kornit Presto MAX for next-generation digital fabric decoration on demand. The enhanced solution offers breakthrough capabilities for transforming virtual concepts into brilliant custom fabrics – supplementing best-in-class digital efficiency and quality with industry-first brilliant white printing on coloured textiles.

Featured at the drupa exhibition itself is the Atlas MAX POLY with integrated Kornit Orion Smart Dryer – proven to drive growth across print-on-demand businesses. The solution is rapidly transforming professional and recreational sportswear, teamwear and licensed gear, and is the most efficient specialty system for polyester decoration – covering blends, tri-blends, and other synthetic fabric combinations. Pushing the limits of design, it delivers vibrant prints using innovative neon inks while supplying retail-grade quality and durability.

The KornitX Global Fulfillment Network is designed to optimise operational efficiency, eliminate supply chain bottlenecks, and ensure products are readily available to meet customer demands. The solution connects brands, retailers, and digital platforms to a high-quality production network – providing rapid replenishment and trend adaptability for direct-to-garment production. Revolutionary pixel-to-parcel monitoring and control fully integrates the end-to-end workflow for a seamless experience.

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