MS Printing Solutions will highlight MS JP7.
MS has been producing textile printing machines ranging from the single ink-jet printing machine to the complete turnkey plants, with digital (ink-jet), traditional or combined technology. MS offer wide variety of Ink Jet Printers, some of these machines are highlighted as below:
MS JP5 Evo with high resolution speed 50 linear meters/hour and maximum speed 100 linear meters/hour.
MS JP6 with high resolution speed 90 linear meters/hour and maximum speed 210 linear meters/hour.
MS JP7 with high resolution speed 180 linear meters/hour and maximum speed 335 linear meters/hour .
MS JPK Evo with high resolution speed 350 linear meters/hour and maximum speed 640 linear meters/hour.
MS LaRio with high resolution speed 35 linear meters / minute and maximum speed 75 linear meters/minute.
The MS-JP7 printers, launched at the beginning of 2013, are among the most flexible and high-productivity solutions on the market today, being entry level to the MS-JPK series.
The mechanical parts of the machine, as well as the fabric carrying system is the result of the vast experience of MS in the manufacturing of textile printing machines, both screen and digital, an experience that allowed MS to reach an almost absolute reliability and precision in the fabric tension and advancement control.
The base of the machine is equipped with an axial unwinder at the inlet capable of unwinding fabric rolls with a max diameter of 400 mm, openers and fabric tensioner with adjustable position.
The printing blanket of the same type used on our screen printing machines is covered with glue, to fix fabric during printing. Blanket is washed by a washing module with driven brushes and squeegees for ink residues removal and drying.
The printing section of the MS-JP7 deals with a printing carriage designed to carry two rows of printing heads.
The machine, which could be configured from 4 to 8 colours printing, can reach 180 running meters/hour and allow to print up to 16 grey scale levels with variable dots, up to 72 pico-liters.
The ink feeding system is open and therefore inks from all main manufacturers available on the market having the proper characteristics can be used.
Fabric drying on the MS-JP7 is achieved through a hot air dryer with elecrtical heating. The fabric at the outlet is winded on cardboard pipes thanks to the action of two rubber-covered driven cylinders.
The machine can be equipped on request with big-batch unwinders and winders, staves centering unit, folding (plating) device at the outlet, etc.
Though the machine can be driven by different printing softwares (RIP) according to customers' preferences and needs, MS-JP6 is supplied with their own rip Matchprint II. Also available in their software production line is a design/colouring application: Ramsete III. This software is the perfect counterpart of Matchprint II.
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|Publication:||Pakistan Textile Journal|
|Date:||Jun 30, 2013|
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