For OEMs and end users seeking custom digital ink applications, INX will have various ink experts including chemists and integration specialists in the booth who can supply advice on nearly any aspect of inkjet printing such as chemistry, production workflows and material handling. The INX Digital division will showcase the widest variety of ink types and unique formulations for the SGIA audience interested in what’s new for graphics, signage, textile, industrial and packaging applications. This includes Aqueous-based, UV Curable, Solvent, Hybrids, Coatings and Primers.
TRIANGLE DT7, HFB and RXV inks offer high performance and have established excellent track records in the wide format marketplace since being introduced in recent years at SGIA.
TRIANGLE DT7 aqueous water-based textile inks are very reliable and affordable and will be demonstrated on Mutoh series printers. They are designed for direct-to-textile printing on polyester, nylon or mixed synthetic fabrics that are used in sportswear and outwear and contain a minimum of 60% polyester. DT7 also works on banners and flags using the same material. Fast drying and ATX-free, they have a vivid color gamut, excellent transfer capabilities and very good outdoor durability.
TRIANGLE HFB UV Curable inks are designed to work in tandem with and will be demonstrated on HP® Scitex FB™ series printers. These highly rated inks get the job done with strong adhesion to a wide variety of materials including Coroplast®. HFB also runs cleaner than OEM inks and its flexibility reduces both chipping and peeling. New eco-friendly bag-in-box packaging minimizes waste so users have the ability to use nearly every available drop of ink.
TRIANGLE RXV eco-solvent wide format inks continue to impress in the marketplace and will be demonstrated at SGIA on Roland series printers, which includes the Roland VersaEXPRESS™ RF 640. Color and chemically compatible with Eco-Sol MAX 2 OEM inks, these fast drying and low odor inks possess a neutral balanced grey-scale that is equal to OEM ECO inks.
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