INX International Attracts Attention with NW140 UV Digital Narrow Web Press at Labelexpo Europe
INX International Ink Co. enjoyed a highly successful month in September with the NW140 inkjet UV digital narrow web press. After Print 13, the label press attracted more attention at Labelexpo Europe, when it was demonstrated live in the Spartanics stand, Sept. 24-27 in Brussels.
Combining printing and conversion in one machine by using the Spartanics X140 laser die-cutting station, European printers recognized the value the NW140 delivers.
“Labelexpo was a fantastic show and I was very impressed with the number of visitors who spoke with us. The quality of the business contacts exceeded our expectations,” said Stefano Rogora, who handles sales and marketing for INX International’s EMEA territory. “The people who saw the NW140 demonstrated were amazed by its 6-color inkjet printing capability. With the Spartanics die-cutting station, label printers realize the value short-run production brings to the table. Not only will they save time and money, but they will maintain a high level of quality while adding to their bottom line.”
The JetINX print head drive and ink recirculation system makes the NW140 fast. Printers can expect UV LED cure single pass output up to 80 feet per minute on label stock. Benefits include vivid color, the ability to print 140mm wide and easy separation of printed labels and outstanding performance with automated and precise cutting paths and fast job changeovers.
INX International also featured the AquaTech ION Label ink systems. Narrow to mid-web flexographic printers who do work for tag and label customers took notice. The premium quality, water-based flexographic printing ink formulations are a substantial advancement for paper, film and thermal label printing on anilox rolls up to 1500 lines per inch.
INX displayed ION-P, ION-F and ION-T at Labelexpo Europe. Recognized for strong performance, brilliant color strength and outstanding transparency, they offer superior press stability for a wide range of press speeds.
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