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InkTec plots major showcase at The Print Show

Ahead of its first appearance at The Print Show, InkTec has revealed that it will use this year’s edition of the industry event to display its full portfolio of inks and media.

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Visitors to The Print Show will be able to view the latest additions to the InkTec inks and media ranges

InkTec, which manufactures a host of inks and media, as well as the JETRIX range of printers, will invite visitors to view the latest additions to its inks collection, as well as new products in its media portfolio.

Peter Davidson, senior business development manager at InkTec says: “We are looking forward to raising our profile with our extensive and very competitive ink and media ranges. 

“This is an opportunity to demonstrate how our ranges enable printers to maximise the possibilities and help them create new business opportunities.”

The complete range of compatible solvent, aqueous, textile and latex inks will be featuring. This portfolio has recently been expanded to also include options such as solvent inks, specifically developed for Mimaki and Roland DG printers, as well as aqueous inks for certain Epson Stylus Pro printers.

In a statement, InkTec adds: “All InkTec inks are manufactured to the very highest of standards and with their wide gamut and intense colours deliver high performance with fantastic image quality and longevity.  

“Fully compatible they are proven to deliver easy switch over from OEM inks, with no flushing or changes to colour profiling required.”

Throughout the event, which runs from October 11th to 13th at the International Centre in Telford, InkTec will run a ‘Buy One Get One Free’ offer on solvent inks for Mimaki and Roland DG printers on the first order from all new customers. 

The offer will be valid until the end of October.

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