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J-Cube inks from J-Teck3 generates interest at FESPA
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Apr '16
As per a J-Teck3 press release, its stand at this year's FESPA Digital saw visitors appreciate the company's most diverse premium ink range, J-Cube, from among its wide portfolio of sublimation inks.

“Offering an extensive gamut of vivid colours, J-Cube equips textile companies with superior colour combinations and the capabilities to produce premium fabric products,” the company said.

The water-based piezo inks enable supreme printability, fast-drying and high quality image definition when used with high-speed digital printers equipped with Kyocera, Ricoh, Konica Minolta and Panasonic print heads.

“Available for either transfer or direct-to-fabric printing, the inks' versatility span a vast array of polyester applications including fashion and home decorations,” J-Teck noted in the press release.

According to J-Teck, the stand also received interest in J-Next, the company's bestselling product line, fully-compatible with Epson print heads.

“Designed as the next generation inks for digital sublimation and direct printing on polyester and synthetic fabrics, the line provides vibrant, high-quality colours,” the company observed.

This range includes the J-Next Subly Extra providing eye-catching colours for coated and uncoated papers and the J-Next Print which incorporates disperse dye for printing directly onto polyester.

Business operations manager Rosaria Pozzoni said, “As a key player in the digital textile market, FESPA Digital has always provided a worldwide platform for us to exhibit our product portfolio.”

“With the show growing year on year, we are seeing exponential growth of companies adopting our premium inks and we are excited to see what FESPA Brazil and FESPA Eurasia holds,” she too added. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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