“This event at the Encore by Wynn Resort in Las Vegas became the definitive voice for UV printing very quickly,” recalls Renee Schouten, Director of Marketing for INX International Ink Co. “We attended the first year and recognized the potential it had to reach a very important audience. Print UV soon established itself and continues to attract more people every year. It serves the growing demand of sheetfed ‘value-added’ opportunities, and allows us to explain to customers how to bring printing profits to life via special UV techniques.”
As a bonafide, industry-wide innovator and leader in UV/EB technology, INX has developed a complete line of UV/EB ink technology solutions. Schouten said the company will display a pair of outstanding long wavelength UV inks at Print UV 2017, as well as a new low migration hybrid ink system for food packaging.
INXCure™ UV LED and LW are robust, low energy inks that eliminate extra steps and reduce costs. Schouten indicated they are 100% reactive and require less energy to cure, so customers will experience lower electricity costs and find that UV light life is prolonged. Both inks also are suitable for high-end sheetfed applications.
Schouten pointed out that Print UV 2017 attendees should ask about INX’s full range of UV/EB ink capabilities for offset, flexographic and plastic applications. They also offer LED inks for plastic and in-mold labels, as well as flexo LED and shrink inks, UV coatings, coil foil adhesives, and Soft Touch Cast and Cure, which delivers incredible print quality on many different substrates such as paper, board, plastic and flexible substrates. INX has recently developed a low migration hybrid ink technology. It is the best UV type ink for food packaging on the market today that is Nestle and EU compliant.
At Print UV 2017, you’ll have the exclusive networking opportunity to talk with INX experts about the newest trends for exterior food packaging properties and chemical resistance. And make sure to pick up your free copy of “Low Migration Inks in Packaging”, an informative must-read for all food-packaging providers to keep ahead of new industry updates and changing government rules and regulations.