Inkjet Textile Printing System has been gaining popularity as an innovative printing system that meets industry's growing demand for short run production with enhanced design capability.
Among other benefits it has realized, digital printing technology has notably eliminated the time and labor involved in screen platemaking and ink blending in conventional screen textile printing.
Konica Minolta's Nassenger Series offers enhanced productivity and high-quality fine images with high solid density using high-performance multi-nozzle printheads developed in-house to a state-of-the art level.
The three core technologies of Konica Minolta digital textile printers from their earliest stages of development have been the printer, inkjet head and ink. Over the years, our trilateral approach to development has signiﬁcantly advanced our products and yielded more beneﬁts than if we had solely focused on quality.
Many digital textile printers integrate core technologies developed by different makers. When problems arise and support is required from more than one maker, complexities and conﬂicts of interest can make it difﬁcult to determine the true source of problems. But Konica Minolta develops all three core technologies in every digital textile printer bearing its name.
This not only simpliﬁes and accelerates customer support but improves overall performance because we receive feedback from customers on actual usage, share this information among ourselves and apply what we learn to develop and optimize components in ways not always reﬂected in speciﬁcations.
Open, honest communication between ourselves and with customers during the development of our trinity of technologies has earned the trust of customers worldwide and become a leading sales point of Konica Minolta digital textile printers.
Single-Pass Technology realizes ultra-high-speed printing
Full-fledged high-volume model with increased speed and design reproducibility
Our standard model suited for wide applications, from sample printing to small lot
Nassenger PRO 120
Continuous long-run print support functions