Riding on the response at ITME 2022, the ColorJet Group, a wide format digital printing technology provider, has introduced its sustainable pigment printing solution – the Earth Series – at DTG Dhaka for the Bangladesh market. The Earth Series is an advanced sustainable pigment-printing solution in digital textile printing, and minimizes the consumption of water and energy.
DTG Dhaka is an international textile and garment machinery exhibition held from 15 to 18 February 2023 at the Bangabandhu International Conference Center, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
The company says the Colorjet Earth Pigment Inks deliver excellent fastness properties and high print sharpness. The high-performance digital pigment inks work on an innovative binder technology for fast, sustainable, and cost-competitive industrial textile printing on almost any type of fabric.
The Earth series comes in three models — 32, 16, and 8 inkjet – powered by Konica Minolta print heads, with a combination of ColorJet’s three new technologies – Kiloton, Purge Plus, and Osci Plus.
Arun Varshney, business head, ColorJet Textile Business, says: “ Many garment houses are getting into backward integration and setting up AOP/digital textile printing units in Bangladesh to bring more value to the business. In addition, with its immense potential for export to the EU, the need for being able to offer a more sustainable environment-friendly printing solution is what could work for many Bangladesh producers of quality garments.”
“We are encouraging the textile industry to establish a sustainable eco-system and be the change for the world through products and services offered by ColorJet,” he added.
Fabric samples for apparel such as denim, jackets, kaftan, and many more were displayed at ColorJet Stall. Samples of ColorJet Earth Series were also on display at DTG, Dhaka.
ColorJet is one of the top global exporters of wide-format printers and provides fabric printing solutions. ColorJet offers a range of digital textile printers and maintains its operations via two manufacturing facilities and sales offices spread across seven countries, which include India, China, Bangladesh, UAE, and Sri Lanka.