Monna Lisa ML-16000/HY unveiled at ITMA 2023
Innovative technology enables the digital recreation of special printing effects to elevate production to a new level
Como (Italy), 8 June 2023 - Textile printing technology pioneer Epson today announces the revolutionary Monna Lisa ML-16000/HY that can uniquely digitally create any type of special effect on fabric.
The hybrid printer has been developed to reproduce the most sophisticated effects for modern printed fabrics with gold, silver, and glossy tints.
The continuously evolving textile market requires increasingly sustainable and efficient solutions in order to deliver unique results and low-impact productivity. The Monna Lisa ML-16000/Hy is the ideal printer for companies that need to optimise the production of complex prints and offer the market more creativity.
With the latest portfolio addition, the Monna Lisa series - already known for its print quality, ink optimisation, extreme flexibility, and sustainability - can reproduce special effects on any fabric without requiring any subsequent steps. These range from glossy lacquer through to gold and silver metal and opaque white.
The combination of the Monna Lisa ML-16000/HY’s 8 colour inkset, 16 PrecisionCore printheads and 64 nozzles, finally enables the digital printing of special effects, previously the exclusive preserve of conventional screen or cylinder printing.
Its Genesta water-based inks guarantee colour accuracy and resistance in fabric prints, while pastes developed and produced by Epson Como Printing Technologies create the special effects.
PrecisionCore printhead technology guarantees the exceptional quality for which Epson is renowned while delivering the high speeds necessary for commercial and industrial printing. At the heart of this technology is the MicroTFP next-generation printing chip. PrecisionCore technology perfectly embodies Epson's goal of delivering unrivalled levels of value and performance to the widest possible customer base.
The Monna Lisa ML-16000/HY is proof of how Epson’s research and development team always has its eyes on the future. With the latest evolution of the Monna Lisa series, and the ability to produce 100% of printing effects with digital technology, the needs of several markets - from fashion to home textiles, swimwear to sportswear – can be met at the same time.
Epson at ITMA 2023. Creativity and innovation: a bridge to sustainabilityAll the benefits of Epson’s Monna Lisa series will be presented during the 19th edition of ITMA, the world’s most important exhibition for textile machines, in Milan from 8 to 14 June, Hall 7 - Stand B206. Visitors will see for themselves how Epson’s increasingly flexible and sustainable technology address the latest market trends.
For further information: https://www.epson-monnalisa.eu/en_IT/itma-2023
About EpsonEpson is a global technology leader dedicated to co-creating sustainability and enriching communities by leveraging its efficient, compact, and precision technologies and digital technologies to connect people, things, and information. The company is focused on solving societal issues through innovations in home and office printing, commercial and industrial printing, manufacturing, visual and lifestyle. Epson will become carbon negative and eliminate use of exhaustible underground resources such as oil and metal by 2050.
Led by the Japan-based Seiko Epson Corporation, the worldwide Epson Group generates annual sales of around JPY 1 trillion.
About Epson Como Printing Technologies S.r.l.Epson Como Printing Technologies S.r.l. was founded in 2020 from the merger of two Epson Group companies, Fratelli Robustelli S.r.l. and For.Tex S.r.l., previously part of Epson Italia and active from its start in the direct-to-fabric (DTF) printing industry. The company’s objective is to develop and provide digital and inkjet printers, supplies and services that efficiently meet the needs of the market.
Epson Como Printing Technologies S.r.l. with registered office in the province of Como, in the heart of one of the most important textiles districts on an international level, combines Epson’s innovative technology with the excellences of the Como area. Here, Monna Lisa, pioneer of digital textile printing, was developed by Epson, F.lli Robustelli and For.tex. Today, it is at the centre of the company’s commercial offer.
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