Stork Prints is one of the leading digital ink producers to the industry who also builds and sells printing machines and RIP software. Visitors to the Stork Prints stand (Booth: W3J01) can see the complete digital ink portfolio, presented by plenty of printed samples with Stork Prints’ FLARE, NEBULA and QUASAR inks. The NEBULA inks are especially designed for multi-pass printers based on Kyocera print heads, such as Stork Prints Sphene, MS JP-series and Reggiani Renoir printers.
Besides the Reactive and Acid inksets there is also a new ReAcid inkset that allows printing on both natural fibers as well as PolyAmide Lycra fabrics. With the special Reactive Deep Black ink, you get a profoundly intense and dark black that really has to be seen to be believed. Stork Prints will also presents its complete range of FLARE inks that run on all printers using Epson print heads, including Robustelli Monna Lisa printers. FLARE comes in the full portfolio of Reactive, Acid, ReAcid, Disperse, Sublimation and Pigment inks, in 2 kgs cans as well as Stork Prints’ patented ink bags.
Stork Prints has developed a dedicated range of inks, known as QUASAR, for high speed single pass printing with Kyocera heads, such as the MS LaRio. The suitability of QUASAR inks for the LaRio stems from Stork Prints’ considerable experience in developing inks for its own single-pass digital printing machines for label printing, the DSI. For a number of years the company has been optimising ink performance for high-speed digital printing machines to help deliver superior image quality. This includes patented technology to prevent striping and branding.
QUASAR ReAcid and ReActive inks are used in all MS-LaRio printers in Italy, Spain and Turkey so far.
Better end results in rotary screen printing with NovaScreen
Visitors to the Stork Prints stand will be able to see much more in the way of printing innovation, including the unique NovaScreen rotary screens. These screens have a patented design which combines a high mesh count with minimum spacing between wider and ingeniously shaped conical holes, so that the maximum amount of paste is transferred to the substrate. This leads to higher print quality and also increases productivity and efficiency.
Take for example our NovaScreen 195 mesh, which is available in two open area variations: 16% and 19%. When using NovaScreen 195, it becomes possible to print 20 to 30% more meters with the same quantity of pigment paste as compared to a regular PentaScreen and with a much better result in quality and definition. The NovaScreen’s high mesh counts substantially benefit halftone effects, fine line designs and geometrical designs.
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