INX Digital has introduced MGA UV Curable pigmented inks to the US marketplace. The newest TRIANGLE brand product from the digital division of INX International Ink Co. is a premium high density, acrylate-based grand format alternative inkjet ink set. Formulated specifically for use with the Durst Rho series of printers, it produces outstanding results with multiple benefits and is another product designed with INX Digital’s environmental conservation in mind.
MGA offers a wide color gamut and is intended for use with a variety of display graphics media including billboards, Point-Of-Purchase displays and backlit display prints. In comparison to the OEM inks, MGA provides greater pigment loading, color gamut and adhesion, specifically to plastics. Michael Armstrong, INX Digital’s Regional Sales Manager for the eastern US, says printers also have a strong financial incentive to consider.
“Printing with MGA inks can add 20-25 percent to a printer’s bottom line, but the results truly speak for themselves,” indicated Armstrong, an ink industry veteran. “Brilliant color density and ink coverage, and improved adhesion make for a much higher quality print that is attractive to many customers. MGA also is formulated to meet or exceed GRACoL color space.
“We understand how print heads function, so we formulate our inks to match the application demands by targeting specific print heads. This ensures the best possible performance for all TRIANGLE brand and other inks and gives our customers an advantage in the marketplace. Other ink manufacturers take a more general approach, providing inks for a multitude of print heads that result in weaker performance.”
MGA is available in CMYK, light Cyan and Magenta, Orange, Violet, Green, White and Clear. MGA also comes with INX Digital’s renowned worldwide outdoor durability and ink train warranties.
In line with the company’s global preservation commitment, MGA’s intelligent product and package design makes it easy for recycling purposes. The outer packaging is constructed from cardboard and the inks use a bag-n-box configuration. Using quick-connect maintains the closed ink system on all Durst printers, and the inner bag requires 75% less plastic than the typical five liter bottle, creating significant waste reduction.