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Bordeaux to show printer specific inks at Drupa
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May '16
Inkjet ink manufacturer Bordeaux will be presenting a wide range of printer specific inks and solvents at hall 5 stand B39 of the printing trade fair, Drupa to be held in Germany from May 31, 2016 to June 10, 2016, in view of its aim to offer solutions for all types of textile printing along with other applications.

Bordeaux will be presenting its strategic vision of developing ink based on application needs at the fair, contrary to printing being done from ink capabilities.

The company's showcase include ink solutions for all digital printing segments, ink solutions for expanded UV capabilities and solvents, UV and water based inks.

In addition, it will also exhibit new scented coatings for document finishing, industry's first textile pigment ink for printing any type of fabric, etc.

“It is the first time at Drupa that Bordeaux will present a novel new product for each segment of digital printing housing all inkjet solutions under the same brand,” Guy Evron, marketing director of Bordeaux said.

“Bordeaux is bringing a new vision and concept to Drupa. As part of our new vision to offer solutions based on the market needs, we are presenting a full range of possibilities,” Evron added. (MCJ)

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