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A Successful FESPA for J-Teck3 and J-Cube

Friday, July 26, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

FESPA 2013 in London was the occasion for J-Teck3, the Italian digital printing ink manufacturer, to launch worldwide its new dye sublimation product J-CUBE RF40/KF40 especially developed for Ricoh and Kyocera printing heads. 

J-Teck's booth theme was entirely dedicated to the new ink and attracted many visitors whose interest for the product showcased proved to be high and motivated.

J-CUBE represents a new line in the digital textile printing panorama as it meets the market demand for a high quality product suitable for the new water-based printing systems alternative to Epson.

These products are particularly dedicated to industrial printing applications such as: fashion, home decoration, visual communication, requiring very stable and faster drying inks and J-CUBE is the ideal product. In fact it has been formulated according to J-Teck's "Cluster Technology" allowing for utmost stability and fluidity. Born from a deep and accurate research carried out by J-Teck's during the past year, it is now ready to approach the worldwide market in both versions, RF for Ricoh and KF for Kyocera in CMYK colours.

FESPA 2013 also confirmed the growing success of J-NEXT SUBLY JXS65, the first digital dye sublimation ink for DX6-DX7 printing heads. It was launched by J-Teck at FESPA Digital 2011 in Hamburg becoming, during the past 2012, market leader and bestseller among the dye sublimation ink for Epson printing heads.

For further information on J-CUBE, J-Next Subly and the whole J-Teck3 production range visit www.j-teck3.com.

 

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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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