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INX Digital selects FASTSIGNS Convention for launch of new TRIANGLE® brand ESC wide format inkjet ink

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

San Leandro, CA – With a track record of success at past company events, INX Digital officials have chosen this week’s FASTSIGNS convention for the debut of the new ESC inkjet ink. An alternative eco solvent ink, ESC will be demonstrated on an Epson Stylus® GS6000 commercial outdoor printer in booth 211 throughout the two-day event, which takes place January 30-31 at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim. 

ESC is the newest addition to the TRIANGLE® line of branded ink products.  Developed to meet the demand of customers asking for alternative ink sets, ESC is a unique product for wide format applications.

Designed to run on the Epson Stylus® GS6000 as well as the Epson SureColor commercial outdoor printers, it produces brilliant color for outdoor banners, posters and tradeshow graphics. ESC is cost effective and time efficient when paired with the GS6000, the fastest 64-inch wide roll-to-roll printer in its class.

FASTSIGNS is the sign industry’s leading franchise operation, one of the reasons why it was selected for ESC’s introduction says Susie Mendelssohn, INX Digital’s North American Sales Manager and International Marketing Manager. 

“With more than 450 sign and graphic centers operating in the U.S. and Canada, we believe the FASTSIGNS group is the right audience for the unveiling of ESC.  We previewed this ink three months ago at the SGIA Expo and the crowd there provided us with great feedback,” commented Mendelssohn. 

“People attending this week’s convention will learn that TRIANGLE ESC ink is an outstanding choice for outdoor durability compared to the Epson ink.  You really notice the improvement when using it on the GS6000 printer.  ESC also provides a much greater color gamut and offers the availability of custom ICC printer profiles, which helps with smoother transitions and improved shadowing and highlighting details.” 

 

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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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