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Uninet to show Icolor Printing Solutions at SGIA 2015
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Nov '15
Uninet will showcase the Icolor Printing Solutions for the graphics, apparel and textile transfer markets at the SGIA 2015 Show in Atlanta, GA which runs from November 4-6, 2015.

According to a Uninet press release, the Icolor 500 is the most revolutionary, forward thinking digital printing technology on the market today is perfect for the short to mid run printing market.

“The Icolor 500 printer features full colour, fluorescent white and optional fluorescent colours combined with true black printing for stunning transfer media output,” it said.

“The Icolor 500 is the only printer on the market to feature white underprint capabilities, a new technology, essential for printing on clear and dark media to enhance the vibrance of text and graphics,” Uninet added.

“Commercial printers now can deliver more for less with this unique and affordable digital printing technology for short to mid run apparel, garments, cards, stationary, etc,” the company informed.

“We will be offering a game changing technology to the apparel and textile transfer markets with the most affordable toner-based, heat-transfer solution,” Joe Dovi, COO at Uninet said.

“Our Icolor 500 digital printer is an optimal complement to graphic arts and textile transfer industries,” he too added.

Features of the Icolor 500 include; the Icolor Transfer RIP software to print white under colour in one pass and its unique fluorescent white printing technology produces white text and graphics on dark and clear media.

It is the first to market model which has fluorescent colours which glow under black or UV light, without the need to outsource or turn away jobs.

It offers easy production of short to mid run repeat orders and also operates at low temperature LED printing and allows for the widest choices of media and papers. (AR)

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