Epson announced a textile printer that can be applied directly to cloth, the Monna Lisa ML-64000. This printer targets the digital textile market, which is seizing opportunities in the fields of fashion, home textiles and sportswear.
The printer with the first 64 printheads from Epson is claimed to have a maximum print speed of 779 square meters per hour (600×600 dpi–2 passes). This technology is also adopted to correct the position of the ejecting dot with a few micron resolution.
Head of Commercial and Industrial Epson Indonesia, Lina Mariani, said the ML-64000 was developed to meet the needs of the industrial textile market, supported by 64 PrecisionCore printheads to achieve the highest productivity in Epson’s revolutionary direct-to-fabric printer series.
Lina says it is an ideal choice for textile printing businesses as the ML-64000 meets the flexible demands of small to large orders on a wide variety of fabrics while catering to a wide spectrum of design complexities.
The Epson Monna Lisa ML-64000 is controlled by a new series of printheads, which are said to be capable of presenting the innovative PrecisionCore technology.