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Bordeaux presenting new vision at FESPA 2016
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Feb '16
Digital printing ink supplier Bordeaux said it is presenting a new vision for print shop providers with its solvent, UV and textile ink solutions at FESPA 2016 in hall 7, stand S150.

“Bordeaux's new water based pigment ink for all fabrics accompanied with its longtime industry leading printer specific inks, offers a true wind of change to the digital market,” it added in a press release.

According to Bordeaux, it recognised the need to simplify digital processes for textile and developed one pigment ink that can print on all types of fabric and in a single process.

“This novel solution allows textile print shops to offer their customers prints for every type of textile application, from home decoration to garments,” the company observed.

Visitors at Bordeaux's will be able to see all of its ink solutions come to live with the endless printing applications.

Visitors can also expect to see unique applications printed with UV and solvent printer specific ink solutions.

“As part of our continuous commitment to develop comprehensive yet simple solutions, we added a new product and expanded it with the game changing pigment ink,” said Guy Evron, director of marketing.

“Visitors of our stand at FESPA would be able to see firsthand examples of the endless applications Bordeaux various inks offer,” he too added.

“These include; from wide format signs, through textile application and printing on challenging substrates for industrial applications, all with the quality our customers come to expect of our inks,” Evron stated. (AR)

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