An in-booth Prodigy demonstration that involved the printing of stunning images on a variety of industrial substrates caught everyone’s attention throughout the four-day show.
“We had a good reception last year when we introduced Prodigy. This year everyone was tremendously excited about what it brings to the market,” said Paolo Capano, director of INX Digital International. “This is Europe’s premier tradeshow and we wanted to capture everyone’s imagination. By running live and producing some amazing items printed on wood tiles, metal packaging and other materials, I know we opened a few people’s eyes to the capabilities Prodigy has to offer in the digital market.”
Mr. Capano said he was also happy with another solid turnout of Triangle dealers attending the event. These dealers represent the EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) regions.
Triangle brand DTX and EDX inks were popular with booth visitors because they allow even small print shops to start a profitable textile business. DTX direct-to-fabric textile inks are meant for use on direct printing with synthetic fabrics or through the use of transfer paper and heat press. Compatible with a wide range of printers using Epson DX4 and DX5 print heads, these inks have extremely fast drying characteristics on polyesters with minimum 60% blends. DTX also displays optimal ink fluidity and an excellent image definition and fastness properties.
Triangle EDX inks are eco-solvent products and 100 percent color and chemically compatible with OEM inks. Designed for Roland printers, EDX is a fast drying ink with low odor and low HAPS. With a nickel-free yellow formulation and providing perfect adhesion on low-cost vinyls, EDX offers both Ink Train and Triangle Outdoor Durability warranties. The company also noted that it also provides a significant cost savings when compared to OEM eco inks.