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Mona Lisa

La Gioconda, da Vinci’s enchanting portrait. [Ital. Art: Wallechinsky, 190]

Mona Lisa

enigmatic smile beguiles and bewilders. [Ital. Art: Wallechinsky, 190]
See: Mystery

Mona Lisa

(“La Gioconda’) her mysterious smile enchants the beholder. [Ital. Art: Benét 397]
See: Smiling
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Our product range, from Monna Lisa for industrial textile digital printing, to our sublimation and DTG printing, can fully meet the needs of any market.
The Monna Lisa printer is the ultimate Total Solution for the industrial textile market.
At Heimtextil, the 180 cm Monna Lisa Evo Tre 32PC uses Genesta pigment inks in eight colours to print on various fabrics for the Home Textile sector.
We will work closely with our colleagues at Robustelli to take Monna Lisa to the next level and remain leaders in the field.
Our cooperation with Epson led to the development of Monna Lisa, an industrial digital textile printer that is today a market benchmark for high-quality textile printing.
In the manuscript Monna Lisa writes that she was a poor and beautiful young woman, married to Francesco Gherardini, an old and successful merchant from a distinguished Florentine family.
Besides, Leonardo has never allowed Monna Lisa to see the painting.
While in France, Monna Lisa discovers that in painting her portrait Leonardo wanted to immortalize his own natural mother, Caterina, of whom she reminded the Master greatly.
Today over three million square meters of fabrics are printed with Genesta pigment inks: at Heimtextil the 160cm Monna Lisa T16 model will be using eight-colour Genesta pigment inks to print onto natural fabrics for a variety of home textile applications.
Stork Prints will also present its complete range of FLARE inks that run on all printers using Epson print heads, including Robustelli Monna Lisa printers.
Stork Prints' FLARE reactive, acid, disperse and sublimation inks are not only suitable for all Mimaki, Roland, MS, La Meccanica and Mutoh digital textile printers with Epson heads, but Stork Prints also provides these inks in packages suitable for Robustelli Monna Lisa printers.
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