Ink solutions for the HP 500/700, Vutek GS series

Bordeaux’s Plasma HF and Plasma VG, which are on display at drupa, offer printer specific solutions for the HP 500/700 and the Vutek GS series

Bordeaux’s new tailored made ink solutions include new products for all digital printing segments. For expanded UV capabilities Bordeaux has released two new ink solutions. The new Plasma HF and Plasma VG on display at drupa offer printer specific solutions for the HP 500/700 and Vutek GS series. These new printer specific UV inks offer a simple Plug & Print on the fly conversion and the ability to print on the most rigid and flexible substrates.

In addition to the extensive line of Solvent, UV and water-based inks, on display are the new scented coatings for document finishing. This novel Bordeaux concept adds another aspect to visual communication and arouses smell rather than just sight. The new scented coatings enhances the visual appeal of prints and adds a unique experience, allowing printed products, like brochures and catalogs to communicate in a new way. Bordeaux offers a wide range of scents, as well as custom-made ones, for specific customers.

Moreover, on display is the Eden PG textile ink for printing on any type of fabric. This ink has recently  received Gots as well as Oeko-Tex certification approval and is suitable for even the most sensitive applications, such as kids’ clothing and accessories. The Eden PG family also supports printing on  décor, wood and non-woven surfaces.

Packaging South Asia is the cooperating media partner for drupa 2016 which is scheduled to be held from 31 May to 10 June at Dusseldorf, Germany.

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