Between 09 and 12 August, Metalnox promoted a Digital Print Workshop in its headquarters, in Jaragua do Sul, South of Brazil. In the event, were welcomed professionals from numerous companies that have come to give a close look at the whole domestic manufacturing process, and see the equipment in operation it its machine showroom.
The event, according to the commercial coordinator Nelson Balker Junior, took into account the fact that digital printing is an important trend in the textile segment. "It guarantees more creative freedom of the pieces, a more flexible process, and differentials that provide exclusivity, durability and quality to the prints", he explains.
The designer Dionara Regiane Bruch Gonçalves de Jesus, from Lecimar, commented that the opportunity to meet the brand equipment at the plant was very productive. The professional also stressed that the solutions offered by Metalnox machines inspire and support for the preparation of more creative and daring collections. "They do a lot of different things and open a wide creation universe", she emphasized.
Among the solutions shown to visitors were EVOX mtx8, which allows direct printing on garment with at least 50% cotton. The machine also generates low production cost, and effects and colors that are not possible in conventional processes.
Another solution presented was the Sublimatic Printer ePrint Super Strong. Suitable for the markets of fitness fashion, promotional, visual communication and decoration, it prints high-definition images to high productivity demands. Moreover, the Calender Metalnox CMD 1800 Series II optimizes the production process, being used for both stamping cut pieces and transferring prints on rolls, significantly reducing production costs.
All solutions are manufacturing 100% in Brazil, and Metalnox Digital is the first company in Latin America and the third in the world to manufacture equipment for direct printing on garment on an industrial level. Among the advantages of the brand are high technology, innovation and quality.
Here are some photos of the event.