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Bordeaux exhibits pigment ink for DTP at Drupa
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Jun '16
Courtesy-  Bordeaux Digital Printink
Bordeaux Digital Printink, an inkjet ink manufacturer, exhibited new generation pigment inks and a full range of inkjet solutions at the recently concluded Drupa 2016, in Dusseldorf, Germany. At the stand Bordeaux showcased its new capabilities for the textiles, and demonstrated unique printing application possibilities, pushing digital printing capabilities to the maximum.

For the textile market, Bordeaux presented its Eden PG pigment ink for digital textile printing. The Eden PG pigment ink is used for all types of fabrics with one single printing process for all types. It simplifies the complexity of digital textile printing allowing print shops to service any type of textile application under their business.

The Eden PG textile ink had received the global organic textile standard (GOTS) and Oeko-Tex certification approval making it suitable for even the most sensitive applications, such as babies clothing and accessories. The Eden PG also supports printing on additional surfaces, such as nonwoven, décor and wood.

Bordeaux also presented its new UV ink solutions for HP Flatbed, Vutek GS, Mimaki JFX and Agfa Annapurna at the show. These new printer specific UV inks offer a simple Plug&Print on the fly conversion with zero downtime installation and the ability to print on the most rigid and flexible substrates.

“Bordeaux brought to Drupa new capabilities. As part of our new makeover, and with our new slogan see what our inks can do for you. We are creating new opportunities for the industry. Our visitors got the full art gallery tour experience of our inks capabilities, seeing touching and even sniffing our new ink solutions. It is the first time at Drupa that Bordeaux presented a new novel product for each segment of digital printing housing all inkjet solutions under the same brand,” said Guy Evron, marketing director at Bordeaux. (NA)

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