Indo Asia Brings Environment Friendly Machines to GTE
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