Indo Asia Brings En­vi­ron­ment Friendly Ma­chines to GTE

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Su­rat-based Indo Asia Ma­chines Pvt Ltd (IML) – one of the lead­ing sup­pli­ers and dis­trib­u­tors of tex­tile and al­lied ma­chin­ery, es­pe­cially dig­i­tal print­ing ma­chines, echoed sim­i­lar sen­ti­ments. The com­pany hoped the gov­ern­ment would sup­port the use of tech­nol­ogy de­ployed in the gar­ment in­dus­try to help save the en­vi­ron­ment.

“Dig­i­tal print­ers save the lengthy process used by con­ven­tional meth­ods, do not re­quire huge in­fra­struc­ture, and are, there­fore, most suited for start-ups in the in­dus­try,” ex­plained pooja Dug­gal, Gen­eral Man­ager, IML group. At the Expo, IML ex­hib­ited dig­i­tal print­ing ma­chines by Atexco (China) and Kiza­shi (Ja­pan) – the pi­o­neers of high-speed in­dus­trial dig­i­tal tex­tile print­ing ma­chines.

The ma­chine prints the de­sign on the pa­per and with heat trans­mis­sion, the print is trans­ferred onto the fab­ric or gar­ment, which is ready to use, with no fur­ther pro­cess­ing re­quire­ment. This dig­i­tal print­ing can be done on dress ma­te­rial, tee shirts, du­pat­tas, scarves, saris, kids’ gar­ments and other ready-towear gar­ments made from cot­ton and polyester.

The high-speed ma­chine can print fab­ric with a width up to 180 cen­time­tres and length of up to 2,000 me­tres. The com­pany dis­played two vari­ants of the high-speed ma­chines, one for nor­mal print­ing, and the other for intricate pat­terns, both of which of­fer ut­most pre­ci­sion and ac­cu­racy.

San­deep Dug­gal (right), MD, INDOASIA with a team mate

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