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FESPA Digital turns out to be perfect show for J-Teck3
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May '14
FESPA Digital 2014 edition held in Munich last week was the perfect show for J-Teck3 both in terms of visitors and location. In fact it was at FESPA 2005 in Munich were the company appeared for the first time on the international digital stage and from then, the city has been taken as a lucky talisman for the company!
 
Many successful FESPA editions in Munich and also the last one was really satisfactory for the Italian digital inks manufacturers. Very positive feedback and growing interest has been recorded for the high-tech J-CUBE, disperse inks for Kyocera and Ricoh heads. Designed for polyester fabrics the J-Cube was launched at FESPA 2013 in its sublimation version.  
 
At FESPA Digital 2014 the line was boosted by the addition of the direct-to fabrics version J-Cube PK (Kyocera) and J-Cube PR (Ricoh). Great interest has been arisen by the newly-developed J-MelaMine, a water-based graphic pigment dedicated to the printing of melamine paper to be used in the decor printing market. Last, but not least, increasing  success for the Epson inks J-Next, J-Teck’s best seller  in its many version: Subly, Extra and Print. 
 
The visitors registered at J-Teck’s booth were coming from all over Europe but also from USA, Central and South America, and Asia. They appreciated the company’s constant commitment to study and develop new innovative digital inks in line with the market requests and expectations.
 

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