Live demonstrations on an Epson SureColor S-30600 printer installed with new FUZE ECO SC solvent based ink and Smart Cartridge System was among the show highlights, which was reflected by the high attendance in the stand.
Bordeaux’s FUZE ECO SC provides extremely high quality and reliable performance on a very wide range of substrates. The ink demonstrated improved print throughput, quick drying properties as well as excellent abrasion and scratch resistance and a very broad color gamut. Odorless and nickel free ink, FUZE ECO SC is Mix & Match with original OEM ink without the need to flush or create new ICC color profiles.
The Smart Cartridge System specifically designed for Epson SureColor S-series permits printers to replace OEM chips and ink. The system includes an intuitive user interface indicating accurate ink levels at every stage resulting in reduced ink consumption and operating costs.
“As part of our innovation strategy, Bordeaux brings to market industry first technologies such as our revolutionary Latex-based inks and Smart Cartridge Solutions”, says Matthew Reijnders, Bordeaux’s Director of Sales and Business Development. “Our Italian partner, Trend, has taken our development work to the next level making Bordeaux an industry leader in Italy. We look forward to future collaboration with Trend within the wide format market.”
Bordeaux’s also promoted newly formulated FUZE Eco Solvent, Mild Solvent and True Solvent inks including Mix & Match ink for Roland, Mimaki,Mutoh, Seiko, HP, Epson, Agfa and more printers and for all major printheads (Xaar, Konica, Spectra, Epson, Toshiba and more). Bordeaux and Trend also promote the company’s impressive range of liquid laminates and coatings for high protection and image enhancement.
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