INX Digital International Co. experienced success in its continued quest to help printers convert to digital printing at the recent FESPA Digital show, held May 24-26 in Hamburg, Germany. Company officials are proud to report across-the-board interest in many of the products INX Digital had to offer at the show.
In addition to the EVOLVE Advanced Digital Solutions, DTX direct-to-fabric textile inks and the environmentally friendly EDX inks and EcoBulk ink delivery system scored big points with show visitors. INX Digital’s new Prodigy brand also was well received at what Ken Kisner, President of INX Digital International, refers to as the annual premier European tradeshow.
“Show organizers promised an “Evolution” and people got it when they visited our booth,” remarked Kisner. “I thought the show was well attended with a very focused and qualified group of people. Those that I spoke with said they stopped by to learn more about our fabric and digital printing offerings. I was very pleased that the great majority of these people were authorized to purchase products, in addition to the tremendous turnout of our Triangle dealers representing the EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa), Asia Pacific and Latin America regions.”
The Triangle DTX direct-to-fabric textile inks in the booth were demonstrated on ATP color printers. Designed for use on direct printing with synthetic fabrics using Epson print heads, they deliver optimal quality and a wide color gamut. These inks have extremely fast drying characteristics on polyesters with minimum 60 percent blends. DTX also displays optimal ink fluidity and an excellent image definition and fastness properties.
The EDX inks are eco solvent products and represent the first time the Triangle brand has offered a color and chemically compatible ECO product for the alternative market. Designed for Roland printers with Epson DX4 print head technology and demonstrated at FESPA Digital on Roland VersaCAMM printers, EDX is a fast drying ink with low odor and is TAPS-free. It’s also unique being the only HAPS-free product in the industry. EDX also provides a significant cost savings when compared to OEM eco inks.
The Prodigy brand attracted interested buyers for several reasons. The Graphic Arts side serves OEMs, Integrators and print head companies within the digital market, but the expanding Industrial market targets textile, fabric, tile, glass, metal and wood grain business with a variety of UV, water and solvent-based products. Various fabric and packaging samples were on display in the booth.