The Brite 2.0 can now print on darkish artificial supplies like acetate, acrylic, lyocell, microfibre, nylon, polyester, polypropylene, polyvinyl chloride, rayon/viscose and spandex/lycra amongst others.
Inkcups has introduced the discharge of its new label printing machine Brite 2.0, which might now print on a wider vary of artificial supplies.
It achieves brighter whites on darkish substrates with out fading, surpassing business requirements for sturdiness and high quality.
The machine is straightforward to make use of and ultimate for printing on sportswear and athletic shirts.
Developed in-house by Inkcups Engineers, the patented Brite course of is a mixture of machine, its specialised SB Brite Opaque ink, and proprietary printing pads that provide superior, unparalleled prints on a wide range of supplies. The method simply achieves brighter whites on darkish substrates with out fading, surpassing business requirements for sturdiness and high quality, the corporate mentioned in a media launch.
A simple-to-use tabletop printer, the Brite machine is right for printing on sportswear and athletic shirts, outfitted with a 90 mm VersaCup to print pictures as much as 65 x 35 mm (2.56 x 1.38 inches) on these functions. Moreover, every machine comes with a specialty Brite pad to assist within the switch of an opaque picture. The common manufacturing pace is round 400-500 impressions per hour, providing a high-performance printing machine.
Earlier in April the Brite 2.0 made its commerce present debut at SaigonTex 2023, probably the most influential textile and garment business occasion in Vietnam.
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