The company will display a comprehensive portfolio of digital printer solutions at the event. DuPont will display Artistri Brite P5500 as a new addition to its line of pigment inks that can be used for DTG (direct-to-garment) and DTF applications. A wide range of RTR (roll-to-roll) products will be on display at the booth, including Artistri Xite P2700 as well as P3600 pigment inks.
Artistri P5500 ink sets offer improved wash speed with oven or press curing, and faster curing times. Artistri’s white ink P5590 has the consistency and flexibility that customers want, as well as a longer shelf-life. This high-volume, aqueous-based package of inks is made to be used in low-viscosity piezoelectric printers. It is suitable for all DTG printing applications, including DTF.
The Artistri P5500 allows printers to adapt their ink usage according to the application, without compromising color, speed and repeatability.
Artistri Xite’s P2700 pigment inks are best-in-class for RTR printers. They have outstanding color saturation, superior durability, and deep blacks.
“We are delighted to deliver a full solution that enables leading printing performance in all the areas that contribute to our textile customers’ success: brilliant and durable colors with less ink usage with reduced curing times while still delivering printing consistency and dependability to help lower operations and maintenance costs,” says Robert Simpson, Americas business director, DuPont Artistri Digital Inks.
Visitors will have the opportunity to learn about Artistri inks, which are custom-made to suit the requirements of each printer and specific application. This includes food compliance, print quality and durability, as well as print reliability.
DuPont will be displaying high-performance water-based inkjetinks for commercial and packaging purposes. This includes printing on corrugated or folded carton and a complete range of food-compliant ink products.
“We are leveraging global customer partnerships to develop ink solutions for label and flexible packaging printing as well,” Simpson added.