Boy Scouts of America required the ability to produce short runs of printed performance-wear apparel with minimal personnel and without the mess and expense of screen printing. Traditional screen printing was investigated, but it is not suited to their needs. Screen printing requires graphic design ability, multiple personnel and is a messy process–more suited to a large apparel run with a longer lead time. The solution was :Kornit Storm II
The Dream Junction decided to take a leap into the digital printing world after trying a smaller DTG printer. They soon realized that for the quality and volume they wanted to produce they would need to invest in a serious direct-to-garment printer. They settled on Kornit Avalanche 1000 and have never looked back.
Jakprints needed an efficient way to produce high-quality prototypes and samples for fashion and industry needs. The Kornit Avalanche 951 leveraged Jakprints expertise in both screen-printing and lithography to produce the quality merchandise customers needed. Pushing the limits with Kornit printers