Monna Lisa ML-24000 delivers unprecedented flexibility and widest colour range in the series

Como (Italy), 8th June 2023 - Textile printing technology pioneer Epson today presents the Monna Lisa ML-24000, developed to satisfy a textile market constantly in search of innovation, creativity, and certified quality.

The highly flexible solution is the first to be equipped with 24 Epson PrecisionCore printheads and 12 colours. It has been designed to help meet compliance standards required for quality, safety, and sustainability.

A wide range of available colours, a reduction in the downtime required to change inks and the possibility of producing certified printed fabrics without having to change the type of inks in the machine take the concept of flexibility and efficiency to the next level. It also is able to print on all types of fabrics from natural, artificial, and synthetic fabrics through to the most innovative vegetable fibres such as coconut or banana.

Through Epson's four Genesta ink families (Acid, Reactive, Disperse and Pigment) the Monna Lisa ML-24000 offers a wider colour range than the other printers in the series and delivers the best possible quality on every specific type of fabric. Its extreme flexibility allows it to respond quickly and punctually to the demands of multiple markets with a wide range of just-in-time textile products. Other key strengths include productivity, flexibility, and quality at competitive costs.

Vital too, is the Epson Monna Lisa ML-24000’s ability to meet the requirements of companies that need to produce prints to obtain specific certifications (such as GOTS or OEKO-TEX). To attain the various certifications it is necessary to use selected inks, something that can easily be achieved thanks to the wide range of inks supported by the Monna Lisa ML-24000.

Guaranteeing the exceptional quality for which Epson is renowned, while delivering the high speeds necessary for commercial and industrial printing, is Epson’s PrecisionCore printhead technology. At its heart is the MicroTFP next-generation printing chip. PrecisionCore technology perfectly embodies Epson's goal of delivering unrivalled levels of value and performance to the widest possible customer base.

Monna Lisa ML-24000 - Main features:  



  • Printheads: 24 Epson PrecisionCore printheads. PrecisionCore printing technology is the latest evolution of Epson's proprietary Micro Piezo printing technology. The next-generation MicroTFP print chip combines quality, precision and speed
    • Resolution: up to 1200 dpi     
    • Width: 180 cm
    • Ink colours: 12
    • Ink types: Genesta pigment inks, Acid, Reactive, Disperse/ Genesta's water-based inks guarantee colour precision and resistance in textile printing. Genesta inks guarantee superb quality on any type of fabric
    • Fabrics supported: all
    • Ink capacity: 10 litres

Epson at ITMA 2023. Creativity and innovation: a bridge to sustainability

All the benefits of Epson’s Monna Lisa series will be presented during the 19th edition of ITMA, the world’s most important exhibition for textile machines, in Milan from 8 to 14 June, Hall 7 - Stand B206. Visitors will see for themselves how Epson’s increasingly flexible and sustainable technology address the latest market trends.

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Charlie de la Haye

PR and social media manager, Epson UK

About Epson

Epson is a global technology leader dedicated to co-creating sustainability and enriching communities by leveraging its efficient, compact, and precision technologies and digital technologies to connect people, things, and information. The company is focused on solving societal issues through innovations in home and office printing, commercial and industrial printing, manufacturing, visual and lifestyle. Epson will become carbon negative and eliminate use of exhaustible underground resources such as oil and metal by 2050.

Led by the Japan-based Seiko Epson Corporation, the worldwide Epson Group generates annual sales of around JPY 1 trillion.

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