Apsom showcases Konica Minolta’s Nassenger series at ITME

Company exhibited in partnership with Konica Minolta

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Konica Minolta’s Nassenger series at the Indian Textile Machinery Exhibition

Apsom Technology,  a signage and textile industry service provider, showcased Konica Minolta’s Nassenger 8 and Nassenger 10e series at the Indian Textile Machinery Exhibition (ITME) 2022 held at India Expo Mart and Centre between 8-13 December.

Nassenger 8

The new direct-to-fabric print head has been entirely developed by Konica Minolta, a global manufacturer of inkjet heads. The Nassenger 8 uses 4 heads per color. It offers print modes to suit the diverse needs for handling high-precision imaging and high ink concentration/permeability. A simplified design makes it easier for users to control the print carriage. The Nassenger range is said to drastically reduce the environmental impact caused by traditional textile printing. 

Nassenger 10e

Equipped with head maintenance functions (printhead cleaning and empty nozzle detection systems) to achieve stable production and reduce running costs, the Nassenger 10e comes with 9 print heads per color with 1,024 multilevel nozzles fitted with nozzles of varying drop sizes.  The laser nozzle checks prevent printing flaws.  

Ajay Sharma, regional sales head, Apsom Technology, said, “We’ve been partners with ITME for 14 years now. The crowd and response we have seen this year were missing from all the previous exhibitions. We showcased the Nassenger series textile printers manufactured by Konica Minolta. This exhibition is just a branding exercise for the company for expansion and customer retention. We, being a customer-oriented company, are focused on printing more in less time and with better quality. Konica Minolta has been a great help in this aspect.”

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