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Kornit Paradigm to Debut to North American Market at Imprinted Sportswear Show (ISS) Long Beach

The Kornit Paradigm industrial direct-to-garment printer, fastened to the carousel, carries a digital station that is compatible with both manual and automatic screen printing carousels

ROSH-HA'AYIN, Israel, January 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Kornit Digital, the leading provider of industrial and commercial digital printing, pigmented ink and unique chemistry solutions for the textile industry, will present the Kornit Paradigm, a digital add-on solution for screen printing carousels, at the Imprinted Sportswear Show Long Beach this January.  

This industrial direct-to-garment printer, fastened to already-owned operational carousels, adds a digital station that is compatible with both manual and automatic screen printing carousels using Spectra Polaris print heads that are available with CMYK inks. Designed to empower screen printers to combine printing techniques and create multiple innovative printing applications, the Kornit Paradigm enables unlimited color possibilities and photorealistic images while incorporating screen effects with the use of screen techniques such as glitter, cracking, foil, flock and burn-out. The Kornit Paradigm is also capable of producing dark garment prints with screen discharge or white ink under-base, complicated four color processes, spot and metallic combinations. The use of the Kornit Paradigm digital add-on station reduces setup time and screen preparation cost that enhance short-run efficiency and profitability.

Yuval Neria, Corporate Marketing Director at Kornit Digital, said, "The Kornit Paradigm solution is the outcome of a paradigm shift in the direct-to-garment printing industry. Printers can now combine the best of two worlds: analog and digital printing, and it's the best solution for garment decorators and screen printers that are looking to adapt into the growing needs of the fashion industry."

For customers attending ISS Long Beach in January, attendees will see firsthand the Kornit Paradigm, Kornit Avalanche DC Pro, Kornit Storm II and Kornit Breeze printers in action. Recently launched to Kornit's portfolio of direct-to-garment solutions, the Kornit Avalanche DC Pro creates a differentiated printing experience, helping businesses achieve a premium hand feel, higher revenue and shorter turnaround times by using less white ink layers and eliminating the need for a costly pre-treatment process.

Additionally, the Kornit Storm II, with its advanced and fully automated system, provides full control of the design and resolution with its improved capabilities for positioning different media types. The Kornit Breeze offers customers an industrial, yet small, direct-to-garment printer designed to allow garment decorators to use high-end technology benefits at entry-level costs.

Kornit Digital International Customer Support (ICS) will be demonstrating the capabilities of the machines and will be available to answer any questions. Current Kornit Digital customers can take advantage of meeting members of the ICS team present at ISS who are familiar with their machines, while future customers can learn about the support services offered by Kornit for all customers and products.

For more information about all of Kornit Digital solutions, please visit http://www.kornit-digital.com/OurProducts/

About Kornit Digital

Kornit Digital develops, manufactures and markets industrial and commercial printing solutions for the garment, apparel and textile industry. Leading the digital textile printing industry with its integrated pretreatment solution and its unique pigment inks, it directly caters to the needs of both designers and manufacturers. With its immense experience in the direct to garment market, it is revolutionizing the roll fabric industry by enabling printing with one ink set on all types of fabric. Founded in 2003, Kornit Digital is a global company with offices in the United States, Asia Pacific and Europe and serves customers in more than 100 countries worldwide. For more information, visit Kornit Digital at http://www.kornit-digital.com.

If you'd like more information about Kornit Digital and its portfolio of direct-to-garment digital printing solutions, or to schedule a press interview at ISS Long Beach, please contact Andrea Glatfelter at (414) 354-0905 or [email protected].

Contact: Andrea Glatfelter
Marketing Manager, North America
Kornit Digital
P: +1-414-354-0905
Email: [email protected]
http://www.kornit-digital.com

SOURCE Kornit Digital Ltd.

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