Jeanologia: Faster laser technology offers ef...

Faster laser technology offers efficient energy management

(Source: Jeanologia)
(Source: Jeanologia)

At the ITM Exhibition 2022, currently running in Istanbul/Turkey from June 14-18, 2022, Jeanologia is presenting the development and application of advanced lasers for garment finishing. The company provides greater productivity to the textile industry with a better cost/garment, thanks to the good integration of its hardware and software.
During ITM, Jeanologia, Paterna/Spain, will show that its laser solutions are 40% faster than other laser technologies. Specifically, it will present its Compact Super range of laser solutions with which it achieves productivity of 2,000 garments/day, reducing operational costs and speeding up time-to-market guaranteeing a more competitive and sustainable industry.  
The Compact Super integrates the software e-Mark X2 which increases the laser speed as well as allowing a more efficient energy management. The integration of hardware and software makes it possible to increase the marking speed while maintaining the same power, simplifying processes as well was allowing infinite design possibilities with great quality and authenticity. At the same time as avoiding second quality garments, achieving perfect reproducibility.
The company will also spotlight the integration of its disruptive technologies promoting a new operational model focused on sustainability and digitalization reducing time, costs and simplifying processes.
The integration of laser, G2 ozone, e-Flow, Smart Boxes and H2Zero (the company’s first water recycling system creating productions that are 100% ecological), make it possible to produce with zero discharge, stimulating productivity and efficiency in the textile industry for garment finishing.

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