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J-Teck3 to show innovative inks at FESPA Digital
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Feb '16
At FESPA 2016, J-Teck3 will present its diverse range of digital disperse dyes for sublimation and direct printing, specially engineered for polyester fabrics in Hall 1, Stand G50.

“J-Teck3's technology spans an array of applications including, high fashion apparel and sportswear, home furnishing and display graphics,” a company press release said.

“When it comes to producing quick-drying and durable products, the company's direct-to-fabric disperse inks ensure that premium quality is maintained while time-efficiencies are not compromised,” it added.

J-Teck3's portfolio compromises five collections including its next generation of digital inks, the J-Cube range that includes vibrant colours and fully-compatible with Kyocera, Ricoh, Konica Minolta and Panasonic print heads.

The J-Cube water-based piezo inks are especially formulated for high-speed digital printers, produced with Cluster Technology which involves ink molecules, consolidated into clusters, passing through the piezo print heads without alteration.

“This maintains supreme reliability and printability on digital industrial printers,” the digital inks manufacturer observed.

Specifically designed for Epson print heads, the J-Next is the company's bestseller and offers a spectrum of vibrant, high-quality colours.

This range includes the J-Next Subly Extra providing high-performance and eye-catching colours as well as the J-Next Print which incorporates disperse dye for printing directly onto polyester for high fashion and display graphics.

“We are confident that our innovative portfolio, with its exceptional image definition on polyester and synthetic fabrics, is the number one solution for textile printers,” Italo Mariani, sales director said.

“FESPA Digital is a fantastic opportunity to connect with our customers, existing and new, and demonstrate the wide variety of applications achievable with our market-leading inks,” he too added. (AR)

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