Creativity&Innovation: a bridge towards sustainability
ITMA 2023, the largest international exhibition of textile industry technologies, has come to a close. Thank you for your presence.
ITMA 2023: Epson technology meets sustainability
ITMA 2023, the largest international trade fair for textile industry technology has come to a close in Milan. An event that brings the latest innovations that will help manufacturers of fabrics and clothing to transform and grow their business to a professional audience.
We would like to express our gratitude for your participation and presence at the event, where you had the opportunity to discover our digital printing solutions for the textile industry, which are increasingly mindful of the values of sustainability, respect for the environment and the digitization of processes.
Reportage video: Itma 2023. Epson presents its cutting-edge technologies for industrial direct-to-fabric printing
a bridge towards sustainability
Epson at ITMA2023: Hall H7 Stand B206
An innovative and spectacular stand, a concept waiting to be discovered
Come and discover all the latest developments in printing solutions for the textile industry
200+ Epson professionals
Our staff from all over the world will be ready to welcome you and help you discover our solutions
8-head Direct-to-Fabric digital printer to approach the textile printing businessDiscover more
32-head Direct-to-Fabric digital printer for the utmost versatility in inks’ configuration and printing widthDiscover more
16-head Direct-to-Fabric hybrid digital printer to recreate special effects on any kind of fabricsDiscover more
24-head Direct-to-Fabric digital printer developed with flexibility and sustainability in mindDiscover more
76-inch, industrial-level, 6-colour dye sublimation printer that can be configured with genuine fluorescent or light inks, to expand product offeringDiscover more
10-colour signage and display printer to offer increased productivity through innovative, high-capacity 1.5-litre ink pouchesDiscover more
Robust direct-to-garment (DTG) printer designed for high productivity, accuracy and quick turnaround times on light and dark cotton garmentsDiscover more
Manage your colour settingsDiscover more
Here you can experience the power of a personalised interior environment using different Epson digital printing techniques.Discover more
Fashion designs by Yuima NakazatoDiscover more
Lie Sang Bong
Fashion designs by Lie Sang BongDiscover more
Fashion designs by Aguri SagimoriDiscover more
Bunka Fashion College
Fashion designs by Bunka Fashion CollegeDiscover more
The technology at the heart of every Epson printerDiscover more
ITMA 2023: "Revolutionising the world of textiles"
ITMA, the world's largest textile and clothing industry technology fair, is back with a new ambitious theme: "Revolutionising the world of textiles". This concept reflects the will shared by textile machinery manufacturers to create a completely sustainable future for the industry and for the planet through trendy topics that are driving the sector: latest generation materials, innovative technologies, sustainability and circularity. Automation and the digital future are other key aspects explored during ITMA 2023. Digitisation has transformed the textile industry and is opening up new opportunities for increasing efficiency.
ITMA 2023 lived up to expectations, becoming an exciting event for all textile industry professionals. With over 150,000 visitors representing highly qualified operators, this event is the largest expo in the world focussing on this sector. Thank you for contributing to the revolution of the textile world.
ITMA in numbers
1,570+ exhibitors from 42 countries
200,000 m² of exhibition space
20 years of Monna Lisa on the market
On May 23, 2003, Monna Lisa was officially introduced to the market with an event dedicated in Villa Erba.
These twenty years have brought forth a story marked by successes and achievements made possible by a constant drive for research and innovation, and a keen listening to the needs of customers. Today, Monna Lisa is recognized in the industrial textile market as a benchmark for quality, reliability, and productivity in direct digital printing on fabric.
The Monna Lisa project is the result of synergy between three companies - Epson, F.lli Robustelli, and For.Tex - who, in the early 2000s, leveraged their expertise to pave the way for digital printing in the textile industry. Their partnership gave rise to the new entity of Epson Como Printing Technologies, now part of the Epson Group.