Monna Lisa evolution: development and innovation

2003

Monna Lisa is launched at Villa Erba, Como.

2007

Launch of the second generation of Monna Lisa machine with new M type printing heads designed to double productivity.

2009

Monna Lisa wins Award Ecohitech for low environmental impact (less than 40% of water and less than 75% of power consumption, compared to traditional systems).

2012

Monna Lisa Evo is presented with 32 new generation T type printing heads that increase production velocity and improve the printer’s productivity and precision for any type of design or fabric. 

2012

Monna Lisa Evo is awarded the Green Label for its environment-friendly approach and remarkable energy saving features. The Green Label certification is a project promoted by ACIMIT (Association of Italian Manufacturers of Machines for the Textile Industry), supported by the Ministry for Economic Development and by the Institute for Foreign Trade.

2014

Creation of Monna Lisa Evo 2 with ultra performing new type T2 printing heads.

2016

Introduction of Monna Lisa Evo Tre featuring Epson PrecisionCore print heads for enhanced quality and productivity.