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Bordeaux Launches World First Ink Solutions at SGIA 2014

Tuesday, October 07, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

First to market ink for the Fuji Acuity® industrial UV flatbed and for the newest Roland® Eco solvent printer revealed on stand 1401

Santa Clara, CA - - Bordeaux Digital Printink an industry leader in developing, manufacturing and marketing high quality original inks, coatings and solutions, will introduce their complete offering of printer specific original inks in its booth 1401 at the SGIA Expo in Las Vegas,October 22-24 2014.

The new printer specific UV ink solution, PLASMA AC™, will be visible on a Fuji® Acuity™ Advance Select Flatbed printer.  This is the only plug & print ink solution commercially available for the Acuity series and is designed to provide greater adhesion, durability and chemical resistance on sign and display, specialty and industrial applications.  PLASMA AR fast curing UV ink for the new Oce® Arizona™ and PLASMA AC are Mix & Match with OEM ink for seamlessly easy installation and delivers excellent image quality on flexible and rigid substrates. 

Bordeaux will present a full output print workflow demonstration on standard and challenging substrates such as glass and polypropylene.  Substrates will be pre-treated with Bordeaux’s adhesion promoters (primers) followed by digital printing with Bordeaux’s newest environmentally friendly Mix & Match, UV ink.  The final stage will include post-treatment with reduced odor gloss and matte coatings on a Tec-Lighting® M1650 coater.  Bordeaux’s high performance CLEAR series coatings improve durability and enhance images for flexible and rigid applications such as wall coverings, tradeshow graphics, outdoor signage and fleet graphics. 

“Bordeaux inks are formulated to support the capabilities of specific printers, whether its high color density for photographic quality printers or fast drying for high printing speeds.  Our ink and compatible chip is developed to match the quality of OEM ink,” says Erez Shoshani, General Manager at Bordeaux Inc., the US subsidiary of Bordeaux Digital Printink.  “Sign shops that try a Bordeaux adhesion promoter, ink or coating experience high quality output and easy installation as will be witnessed at SGIA.”

The newest version in Bordeaux’s environmentally friendly Eco solvent ink portfolio, FUZE ECO PR4, will be demonstrated on a Roland® SOLJET™ Pro4 XR640 printer.  This Mix & Match ink is manufactured to match the original ink, offering a competitive advantage in color, performance and cost. Bordeaux’s Eco solvent ink series match OEM and are developed for the newest machines in the market.

Bordeaux’s new inks and complementary solutions for wide and super wide printers and printhead technologies reflect Bordeaux’s continued commitment to develop and deliver industry-first products and services for customers and resellers, to gain new business and adapt sustainable printing practices. Bordeaux offers a complete portfolio of original high quality inks and solutions compatible with Roland, Mimaki®, Mutoh®, HP®, Seiko®, Epson®, EFI®, Agfa®/Gandi®, Oce® and Fujifilm printers. In addition, Bordeaux offers a comprehensive selection of UV and water-based coatings for wide and super wide after print applications as well as document finishing applications.

Visit Bordeaux in booth 1401 at SGIA EXPO 2014 for the latest imaging techniques, newest technologies and cutting-edge industry applications, in Las Vegas Convention Center - Central Hall, Las Vegas, Nevada, October 22-24 2014.

 

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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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