Brandys nad Labem, Czech Republic / Fort Lauderdale, USA -- October 1st, 2007 -- Megaink today announced that it has developed a revolutionary renewable resources-based ink for large-format commercial printing use.
Made from renewable sources rather than traditional chemical solvents, BioMG Inks bring a new element of environmentalism to the ink industry. In addition to being environmentally friendly, under stringent testing, BioMGInk has proved to be notable for UV resistance, to be scratch and alcohol resistant, and to have a less abrasive odor than traditional solvent-based inks.
Commenting on the success of the new product, Megaink's Director of Business Development, Avi Bukai said
"We are extremely excited to be successfully bringing a bio ink product to the market. This is a truly unique product which is unlike others that have been tried before, and we are confident that as soon as users have a chance to try the product they will be convinced not only that this is a positive direction for the industry, but that BioMGInks are superior to others in their category"
Fully compatible BioMG Inks are available now for Mimaki and Roland printers.
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