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DuPont to present printing inks for textiles at Drupa
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May '16
DuPont Advanced Printing has launched new and improved DuPont Artistri inks that will deliver brighter colours, shorter production cycles and higher production throughput for direct-to-garment (DTG) and roll-to-roll (RTR) printing. DuPont will showcase the new inks at the upcoming Drupa 2016 trade fair, to be held May 31 – June 10 in Dusseldorf, Germany.

Artistri Brite inks are designed for faster, more reliable digital printing process that provides high quality, repeatability and higher production throughput. Improved RTR Artistri Pigment inks that deliver brighter colours and allow for higher production throughput. 

Artistri Pigment inks are designed to work in printers with medium and low viscosity piezo-electric print heads and are specially developed for DTG or RTR digital printing on cotton or cotton-rich blends.

“Artistri inks have long been considered best-in-class, and these innovations move the bar even higher. These inks deliver both brighter colours and faster printing capability, which provide a competitive advantage for our customers,” said Eric Beyeler, global marketing manager, DuPont Advanced Printing. (NA)

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