Textile In Como

tessile a como

 

Como is the silk city: since ancient times, the textile factories, located in Lario territory, wove the silk and the print shops used to use woody plugs, which had carved the drawing on the surface and which were exploited as big stamps.

Working in that way appeared coarse, approximate and devoid of any possible industrialization.

Photoengraving arose in order to replace wood plug with modern screen, which, still today, is used to the level tract printing and which ensures a high quality in the printing preparation and a repetitiveness that was unthinkable in the past.

A desperate attempt to achieve industrialization  brought to develop cylinders that, applied to new conception rotative machines, ensuring higher qualitative productions. Both screens and cylinders have high costs, difficult to amortize with volumes that, nowadays, the market offers. Therefore, in the last 10 years, the printing volume has been reducing and the stylistics research has taken up drawings that are connected whit traditional printing system in not good way.

 

In this way, the ink-jet printing was born. Initially, it used simple plotters, exploited by graphics. Thanks to this kind of printing, converters can offer much more suggestions of drawings and variants to the market in very short time, through known and relatively law costs, without not having high costs for plants, not possible to change.Its development was very much. Now, on the market, machines, with high services and speed, begin to emerge; they are nearer and nearer to hand-machines and to rotative machines with costs more and more competitive.

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