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Evojet 1700 UV Digital Ink Series from Encres Dubuit Brings an Answer to Technical Challenges

October 15, 2013

Expands its innovative UV product range to include high performance adhesion UV ink for difficult materials

Encres Dubuit announced the expansion of its innovative UV product range to include high performance adhesion UV ink for difficult materials such as acrylic that are friendly, both to the planet and the printer.

This series expands printer services by offering print service providers (PSPs) a greater range of applications on rigid and super flexible substrates, including acrylic, lexan, polypropylene, polycarbonate, styrene, artificial leather, vinyl, banner media and more. EvoJet 1700 is available in CMYK LcLm, White (EvoWhite) and an ultra clear Varnish (EvoFinish).

Encres Dubuit EvoJet 1700 UV inks are specially formulated with specific chemical bonding properties to be used to increase adhesion and improve scratch resistance of UV inks. Encres Dubuit Digital has formulated EvoJet 1700 inks so they are chemically compatible with small picoliter printing heads.

“We recently completed beta testing at a number of sites in Europe and North America and these inks passed with flying colors. The results and the comments we received were very impressive," said Jo Vanneste, Encres Dubuit Digital's product manager. “Customers are very familiar with our EvoJet UV curable ink series and Encres Dubuit's complementary solutions, such as EvoPrime (adhesion promoter), EvoFinish (jettable UV varnish), EvoClean (maintenance and flushing solvent), EvoWhite (extra white UV curable ink), which reflect our continued commitment to deliver comprehensive, affordable inks and solutions to our customers.”

Encres Dubuit has long demonstrated a commitment to corporate responsibility in developing new products that are less harsh on the environment. In addition, EvoJet inks are supported by Encres Dubuit Digital worldwide ink train warranty that is a standard offering on most Encres Dubuit's brand ink products.

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