Among the wide range of displayed applications, the textile applications were the center of attention. From curtains to bar stools, home textile, furniture upholstery and lightening, all were printed with one pigment ink. The new EDEN PG pigment changes the digital textile industry. EDEN PG ink can be used for all fabrics and in a single process. Furthermore, there is no need for post treatment and with a single pretreatment all fabrics preserve their natural feel, enabling the use of even the most delicate fabrics.
Visitors at Bordeaux’s stand also saw UV applications printed with PLASMA AR on Océ Arizona and solvent applications printed with FUZE MS33 on Mimaki JVC300. The stand’s design allowed visitors to get the full application experience with unique products for living and dining rooms and solvent applications for outdoor signage and indoor wall decorations.
Bordeaux’s high quality ink solutions brings a true change for print shop providers, enabling them to print on any type of application from a single ink provider, thus allowing greater flexibility and expanding print possibilities. With the ever-growing competition in the printing industry, Bordeaux believes that every print shop should be able to easily expand the line of services it offers and branch to multiple segments of digital printing. With Bordeaux’s inks for the signage, textile and industrial applications it is now possible to add new services with ease, and get the same quality results that are expected of the Bordeaux inks brand.
“Print shops from the home décor, fashion, signage and the graphic arts, to name just a few, are expanding their businesses as a means to provide more comprehensive line of solutions to their customers. Bordeaux is standing up to the challenge and offering new ink solutions for a wide range of applications,” said Guy Evron, marketing director. “We will continue to widen the range of possible applications with some new and exciting inks in drupa, May 2016.”