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Bordeaux unveils digital textile printing solutions at FESPA
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Jun '15
Bordeaux Digital Printink said it wrapped up another successful FESPA, with visitors showing high interest in the breakthrough printer specific solution and establishment of new distributer partnerships.

“During FESPA, Bordeaux launched its new division, Velvet Jet dedicated to digital textile printing solutions,” it said in a press release.

Aiming to accommodate market needs, Bordeaux has made a strategic commitment to broaden ink solution options and to offer new solutions for both the fashion and soft signage industries.

Striving to lead the market, Bordeaux showed inks that are printer specific, chemically formulated to match the specific technical attributes of top printer models on the market.

Attaining to all different ink types, Bordeaux formulated printer specific solution both to the leading solvent printers and the main UV curable printers, Océ Arizona, Fujifilm Acuity and Vutek QS.

Bordeaux is the first non-OEM ink manufacturer to now offer printer specific ink solutions,” it added.

Bordeaux also inked new alliances such as with Ultimatum Engineering, a leading service provider in the UK for Océ Arizona at FESPA.

Bordeaux develops and markets high quality inks for wide and super wide digital printers such as Roland , Mimaki, Mutoh, HP, Seiko, Epson, Agfa/Gandi, Dilli and Jeti printers.

Its solutions also include all latest printhead technologies such as Xaar, Konica Minolta, Epson, Spectra, Toshiba and more.

The company's product range includes all types of ink including eco, solvent, UV & UV led textile and latex inks and a comprehensive selection of UV and water-based coatings. (AR)

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