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STS Inks introduces latex inks for HP DesignJet 25500 and eco solvent inks for Roland Eco Sol-MAX2

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

FESPA Stand M72S 

STS Inks will introduce the only available 'plug-and-print' compatible ink cartridge solutions of latex inks for the HP DesignJet 25500 and eco solvent inks for the Roland Eco Sol-MAX2 at FESPA 2013 in London. (Stand M72S South Hall).

These new value-driven solutions are designed to match the original inks, enabling the customer to introduce them to their printer with no profile change or flush. This means that print service providers can mix STS inks along with OEM cartridges, and still achieve stunning colour gamut, accurate colour reproduction, clean intense colours, and smooth tonal gradations on a wide range of media. Outdoor durability and resistance to fading without lamination are also guaranteed to OEM specifications.

STS will also show its full line of ink and cartridge solutions at FESPA 2013. STS Inks is a US-based ink manufacturer delivering premium quality solvent, water-based and UV inks compatible with Canon, Epson, HP, Mimaki, Mutoh, Roland and Seiko large format printers. STS's premium inks are specifically manufactured to match the quality, performance and colour properties of the OEM inks at a price saving to the customer of between 30% and 60%. STS also specialises in food grade, postal, industrial, custom-formulated inks, compatible cartridges and printer chips.

STS has had major success in the wide-format industry, building its reputation for high quality and reliability. "The lower price and the fact that the cartridges are a true plug-and-print solution were not the major factors in our success, says Shahar Turgeman, Chief Technical Officer at STS."What is more important is the products' quality and reliability. We're happy to offer one of the only ink alternatives in the marketplace where the colour and chemical composition have been perfected to match the OEM product."


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