ColorJet to display VASTRAJET at DTG-2019
The VASTRJET is a workhorse with its robust Konica-Minolta print heads and for the production rate it delivers, it probably has the lowest carbon footprint.
ColorJet India Ltd, India’s largest manufacturer and exporter of digital textile printing technologies, will be launching and showcasing live demonstrations of its best selling direct to fabric printer, VASTRAJET at DTG-Dhaka which runs from January 9-12, 2019, at ICCB in Bangladesh in hall no. 6, booth no. 313.
ColorJet digital printers are an established name in, both textiles, as well as sign & signage applications. ColorJet digital printers are reputed to offer reliable performance year after year. Having firmly established itself as the biggest digital printer manufacturer in India, ColorJet is now all set to repeat its success story in Bangladesh and countries of Asia, Africa and Europe.
The consumers of Bangladesh share a common passion for colourful textiles with consumers of India and ColorJet brings to the table its experience and expertise, which includes a deep understanding of fashion sense in the sub-continent.
Fully realising that investment in digital printing requires a lot of support and hand holding in the initial stages, ColorJet has tied up with Universal Textile Machinery & Spares Ltd - Bangladesh to fully meet the need for making spares and consumables available to customers in Bangladesh.
To investors in digital printing, perhaps even more important than the technical support, it is the extensive and the holistic approach to selling a digital inkjet printing solution rather than a digital inkjet printing machine.
The VASTRJET is a workhorse with its robust Konica-Minolta print heads and for the production rate it delivers, it probably has the lowest carbon footprint. The printer is ideally suitable for home furnishing producers with a working width of up to 320 cm.
What’s more, it is also available in a hybrid version or two ink systems. Though reactive dye inks are the most popular choice in the sub-continent, pigment inks are preferred by some. ColorJet offers the VASTRAJET in the open system with both ink systems and also with direct disperse.
“Before the end of 2019, ColorJet hopes to install at least five printers in Bangladesh, two of which are already in advanced stages of negotiations,” Jitender Pal Singh, Textile Head at ColorJet India said.
ColorJet maintains its No.1 position in India as per the latest IDC 2018 Q1 Super Wide Format report, while assiduously pursuing excellence in digital printing since 2004.