Inkomo stems from the resolve of a small handful of individuals to capitalize on more than two decades of experience in the field of textile printing machines to explore the new horizons of inkjet textile printing.

The difference between the two systems is enormous but our understanding of fabrics, dyes and finishing processes makes Inkomo staff almost unique in the industry, and undoubtedly more knowing and competent than that of the competition that has sprung up in recent years.

The determination to develop and realize ideas and the ground-breaking research we carry out are only part of our strengths. Every machine we produce is a unique system, often developed from a standardized and absolutely functional basic model to meet the needs and ideas of the customer. Or else it is these very ideas and requirements that are the starting-point for arriving at an ideal solution – the most customized and effective system possible – obtained by bringing together ideas and the achievement of the same in a combined effort of development, improvement, optimization and research. To do this we bring our openness and flexibility in the endeavour to attain the required result, at times even exceeding expectations.

Historically the centre of printed fabric production, the city of Como no longer poses any limits to the imagination of textile designers, who know they can attain any nuances, shadings and hues they wish for thanks to inkjet printing technology and thanks to our 8-colour roll fabric printing machines.
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Inkjet printing is very complicated and the construction of a print head entails the use of complex and very costly technologies. For this reason we only use suppliers guaranteeing maximum quality and total reliability, enabling us to pride ourselves on the certainty of having products of cutting-edge quality, also in terms of printing speed.

Our models permit the printing of a continuous roll of fabric which is fed into the printer by a cylinder system, the diversified shape and function of which ensures that the afabric adheres perfectly to the blanket and does not move during printing. The plotter will print the fabric according to the set design and print modes. Once printed, the fabric is removed from the blanket by a cylinder system and subjected to a drying process, passing through a series of infrared and hot air dryers. It is then rewinded.

In order to avoid the adhesive blanket from being dirtied by the dye inks, surplus ink is continuously removed from the same by a rotating brush washing unit situated underneath the machine itself, and the blanket is then dried by special rubber spatulas. Our range of models also includes printers for semi-finished and finished garments, like jeans, cross-shaped unfinished T-shirts, T-shirts, etc. and, with the use of special dyes, also for tiles, plastic panels or whatever else can become a material product made to meet a need or satisfy a creative impulse.

The procedure is different from the above one because, if in the case of roll fabric printing it was the substrate that moved, in this case it is the printer that will pass across the item to be printed. And there will not be an adhesive blanket but a metal flatbed with special custom-built jigs, or a vacuum table which will hold the substrate in place by sucking it to the surface. Two very different systems using the same printing technology.


We offer a number of accessories which serve to complete the printing process and complement the machines, such as fabric feeding and extraction units, hot-air fabric dryer units, ink-feeding systems, and systems for the breaking up of ink clogs in the inkjet heads and their evacuation by suction.

We are driven by our determination and motivation to undertake constant research, supported in this by our expertise. Our dynamism speaks of the passion we put into our work and our ideals incline.

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