Epson Como Printing Technologies: our history grants your success
What should you look for in a partner for textile printing technologies?
First of all, you should trust him. Trust his ethics and expertise. Be sure that he knows what he’s talking about. And the more fields he masters, the better. Most companies have one different partner/provider for every area of their businesses, that’s extremely inefficient. You should invest your energies in running your business, not forcing together puzzle pieces that simply don’t match. Epson Como Printing Technologies adds up the experience and technical means of 3 companies: F.lli Robustelli, For.Tex and Epson.
F.lli Robustelli has designed and produced photogravure and textile printing machinery and systems since the 1950s and was responsible for the engineering of the Monna Lisa series on Epson technology. For.Tex has been an international top provider of dyes thickeners and speciality for printing for 30+ years, and contributed to the development of the Genesta inks. Epson is an established global leader in digital imaging technologies with a lineup that ranges from inkjet printers and digital printing systems to 3LCD projectors, smart glasses, sensing systems and industrial robots.
F.lli Robustelli and For.Tex became part of the Epson Group and were then merged into the company called Epson Como Printing Technologies to take full charge of the industrial textile business.
Research and technical support
Industrial textile printing is, on one side, a matter of technology, research and craftsmanship, where Epson and Monna Lisa systems historically shine. On the other side, though, we strongly believe that, in order to reach the quality to lead the market, companies require continuous support and attention, as well as tailored, precise, timely and effective solutions.
To support you pursue this goal, we created the Total Textile Solution: on one hand helping customers to solve critical issues, and on the other always exploring new technical and expressive potentials of digital printing on fabric. Textile Solution Center completes the process: it’s an entire R&D facility dedicated to find customised solutions based on your specific requirements.
Innovation Research Lab
An R&D facility located in Fino Mornasco (Como) entirely dedicated to inks for industrial digital printing. The Innovation Research Lab is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and staffed by a team of highly skilled researchers.
Printing Research Center
Among our R&D facilities, the Printing Research Center, located in Villa Guardia (Como), has its focus on product development of core inkjet devices. Here’s where all the technology featured by our Monna Lisa printers is developed and tested under the highest quality standards.
News from the textile printing world
Research and development activities continuously bring out innovation, new technologies, advanced guidelines and best practices. Keeping you up-to-date is an important step of our work: all the innovation in the world can’t make any difference for you and your business if you’re not aware of it.
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