INX Digital Showcases Green Products at Show
INX Digital International will have a full array of green, sustainable products, including the European launch of its Triangle brand EDX ECO inks for Roland printers with Epson DX4 print head technology, when Visual Communication Italia 2010 (VISCOM) is held Oct. 21 to 23 at Fiera Milano Strada del Sempione in Milan.
In addition to the EDX inks, INX Digital (Pad 3, Stand M11/N20) will also feature the new Triangle DTX Textile inks and Triangle Eco Bulk ink delivery system. Both are new dimensions to INX Digital's Green product roster.
"We are extremely proud to have three outstanding sustainable products at VISCOM this year, " said Paolo Capano, director of INX Digital Italy. "INX Digital has a multi-year plan in place to develop more sustainable and environmental friendly products, and these three represent those efforts across the board. We believe the timing is perfect for the EDX inks, and the DTX textile inks are solid proof of our commitment to water-based technology. Not only is Eco Bulk a key element of INX Digital's Green recycling program, but it's also constructed of recycled cardboard packaging."
EDX is a new line of ECO solvent inks. Their introduction at VISCOM also marks the first time INX Digital's Triangle brand will offer a color and chemically compatible ECO product for the alternative market. With dual compatibility, users can perform cartridge-by-cartridge changeover without wasting ink. New color profiles are not required in order to obtain the same color as OEM inks when printing. Fast drying with low odor, EDX is HAPS- and TAPS-free and provides a significant cost savings option when compared to OEM ECO inks.
The Triangle DTX Textile inks have been a huge success for INX Digital's Aftermarket ink channel since being introduced four months ago at FESPA in Munich, Germany. Designed for use on direct printing with synthetic fabrics with Epson print heads, they deliver optimal quality and a wide color gamut while displaying fast drying characteristics on polyesters with minimum 60 percent blends. DTX also has optimal ink fluidity and excellent image definition and fastness properties.