Bordeaux to demo’ one ink for all fabrics

Hall 5 Stand B39

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Bordeaux
Guy Evron, marketing director at Bordeaux

Bordeaux Digital Printink, an inkjet manufacturer for the past 16 years, will present a comprehensive ink solution. The printed items include textile for fashion and a range of home décor items such as furniture and wall decoration as well as industrial applications such as counter tops, tiles and personal items. The company will have a hands-on printing demonstration of its ‘one ink for all fabrics’ textile ink which will showcase printing on a number of fabric types with the same ink using one simple digital printing line

Bordeaux will also present its solutions for industrial printing showcasing a range of tailor-made inks for specific applications, as well as the ability to custom-formulate UV curable inks for every need. The company’s R&D division, one of the digital printing market’s leading innovators, will be present at drupa and will explore with customers the potential business cooperation options.

The company’s latest development in document finishing – scented coatings, will also be presented at the stand. These UV curable coatings come in a wide range of different scents, adding to Bordeaux’s current line of water-based and UV curable coatings for sign, banner and vehicle graphic applications.

“We are bringing a new approach to drupa with one brand that houses all inkjet solutions,” says Guy Evron, marketing director at Bordeaux, “Our new added solution for textile – one pigment ink for all types of fabrics is not only changing the textile printing arena but also completes the missing piece of the puzzle for print shop owners. With our solvent, UV and now textile solutions print shops have the advantage of getting a full range of solutions and support from a single and reliable source.”

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