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DuPont Digital Printing Introduces Artistri Brite Digital Textile Inks at SGIA

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

DuPont Digital Printing is introducing new Artistri® Brite digital textile inks just in time for the SGIA Expo in Las Vegas.  Artistri® Brite inks are designed to deliver a step change in color saturation and speed for advanced direct to garment printing and have been fully tested with next generation DTG digital printing systems.

DuPont™ Artistri® Brite digital inks offer a visible difference in quality, with up to 40 percent color improvement compared to previous generation direct to garment inks.  Manufactured in a DuPont ISO 9001 certified facility in Ft. Madison, Iowa, DuPont produces and tests every batch of Artistri® Brite ink to an extremely tight tolerance, which helps ensure its exceptional color saturation is repeatable, day to day, month to month and year to year.

Artistri® Brite inks provide a significantly streamlined workflow compared to current DTG digital printing methods, and are the first inks that provide support for new generation printers that print up to three times faster than current technology.  Artistri® Brite inks also can be cured in automated gas convection ovens, eliminating the need for manual hand presses that monopolize operator time and productivity.

Leading DTG printer manufacturers BelQuette (booth #2385) and M&R (booth #3335) will be featuring new printing systems running live with the new DuPont™ Artistri® Brite digital inks at the upcoming SGIA Expo, from October 22 - 24 in Las Vegas, Nev.

 

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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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