San Leandro, CA – October 10, 2012 – INX Digital International’s support of the Specialty Graphics Imaging Association remains a top priority with the annual renewal of a Gold sponsorship for the upcoming SGIA Expo. With international representation in booth 2346, INX Digital will place the focus squarely on its outstanding TRIANGLE® brand of wide format inkjet inks at the show, which runs from October 18-20 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The main attention is being placed on TRIANGLE EDX and JVV inks. INX Digital plans to feature both by running EDX cartridges on a Roland VersaCAMM printer as well as a Mutoh unit. JVV will run on a Mimaki JV33 printer in tandem with the Eco Bulk ink delivery system that uses 100 percent recycled material. INX Digital will also be promoting UV Curable inks that run on HP printers, in addition to its superb print head cleaning operation. Representatives from North America, Latin America and the Asian Pacific will be in the booth to answer questions.
“The response from the marketplace for our TRIANGLE branded inks has been impressive for quite a long time. I thought EDX would be a hit but never imagined it would be as successful as it is today,” said Ken Kisner, President of INX Digital International. “We have enjoyed and established a long and solid relationship with the SGIA. Exhibiting at the Expo is a great value to us, and that’s why we back our support by sponsoring this event year after year.”
Kisner said developing the TRIANGLE brand is about making high quality, environmentally friendly products that are safer to use. That’s why he believes EDX inks have been so successful with customers.
When EDX was introduced in 2010, it was the first TRIANGLE ink to offer a color and chemically compatible ECO product for the alternative market. New color profiles are not necessary in order to obtain compatible output to the OEM inks when printing. Fast drying with low odor, EDX provides a significant cost savings when compared to Roland Soljet series printers ECO inks. When matched against OEM wide format inks, EDX is typically 30-50 percent lower in cost.
The JVV series of inkjet ink has a popular following as well. A true solvent based ink that is fast drying, it boasts a UV light resistant pigment. Chemically compatible with OEM inks, it offers a wide color gamut with bold reds and clean yellows and has excellent adhesion to many different substrates. Both JVV and EDX are backed by INX Digital’s Worldwide Outdoor Durability and Ink Train warranty.
INX Digital International Co. is a leading global manufacturer of inkjet inks for wide format, super-wide and new generation digital printers, and a supplier of printing parts and related services. As the digital arm of INX International Ink Co., it offers a full palette of digital ink systems, advanced technologies and integrated services including chemistry, hardware and software, engineering design, and integration and media. For more information, visit the Web site at www.INXdigital.com