Building up on the success of the Vastrajet®- 8824, ColorJet India Ltd, the biggest Indian manufacturer of digital printers will launch Vastrajet®- 8164, a digital textile printer with 16 heads at ITMA Barcelona 2019.
The advanced, high speed direct to fabric printer Vastrajet®- 8164 has the ability to become a commercial winner by providing users with outstanding performance, increased productivity, superior printing accuracy with minimal maintenance needs.
The latest Vastrajet®- 8164 comes with the latest technological innovation from ColorJet –AiS™ (Adaptive Ink System). The AiS™ provides the customer flexibility to use ink of their choice to address his various issues of logistics, procurement, colour consistency, etc.
ColorJet has always strived to support their partners by bringing technological modifications by fine tuning the machine as per the inks. The new Vastrajet®- 8164 also comes equipped with AIVC™ technology which provides consistent print performance at varying environmental conditions.
With these technological innovations and additional refinements, the Vastrajet®- 8164 is in true sense, a commercial winner.
“Being the leader of textile digital printing industry in India it comes as a responsibility for us to create state of the art products while keeping in mind the demands of the customers and ColorJet is dedicated to being at the forefront of fulfilling customer needs,” Jitender Pal Singh Vice President (Textiles) at ColorJet India said.
“When developing the Vastrajet® 8164, our R&D team aimed to increase productivity, performance, and reliability, which ultimately resulted in a product whose performance increased by up to 70 percent from its predecessor, making it one of the fastest printers in the market in this category,” he added
ColorJet will demonstrate high-speed Metro-8166, which delivers industrial-level production with speeds of up to 294 sq m per hour. The Metro-8166 was operated at ITMA 2019 on reactive ink, whereas the Vastrajet®- 8164 was run on pigment ink on cotton blended fabrics.
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