INX Digital also showcased the NW140 UV digital narrow web press and previewed the new TRIANGLE brand RXV inks. Designed for use with Roland XR and XF series printers, these inks are currently in beta stage testing and will likely reach the market later this year. The new ESC and MED alternative ink sets, which included ESC being demonstrated on an Epson SureColor printer, attracted a good amount of attention in the booth. “It was a great atmosphere this year at FESPA Digital, said Jim Lambert, VP and general manager of INX International’s Digital Division. "We generated a steady and consistent amount of booth traffic and there was plenty of high interest and discussion about our products."
Lambert added, “Working on the combination of fluids and hardware allows us to deliver our inks quicker and more effectively. Thanks to our R&D and manufacturing capabilities, we are one of the few manufacturers in the world that works on the combination of ink design, jetting requirements, hardware design and delivery of fluids to the substrate. Our collaboration with Xaar, a noted leader in printhead innovation for the industrial market, helps us stay at the forefront of ink technology solutions and development for the expanding industrial market.”
With EVOLVE Advanced Digital Solutions, INX has expanded the JetINX printhead drive and ink recirculation systems to encompass a wide range of single-pass and scanning inkjet applications. The NW140 press features high speed printing at 80 feet per minute, and provides integrated laser diecutting with Xaar single-pass and printhead technology.
INX International Ink Co. is the third largest producer of inks in North America with over 15 facilities in the U.S. and Canada, and is a global supplier as part of Sakata INX worldwide operations.