INX Digital to Emphasize Green at ISA Expo

SAN LEANDRO, CA—03/31/2010—INX Digital International Co. (booth #2772) is looking forward to the ISA International Sign Expo, to be held April 8-10 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. With a commitment and sizeable investment in developing green, sustainable products for over five years, INX Digital’s booth will reflect this attitude at this year’s show.

BIOe is a new formulation from the BioINX line of sustainable products. These inks use renewable resource materials and are optimized for use with Epson print head technologies. BioINX was developed and uses a corn based raw material – Ethyl Lactate – to carefully balance the long term needs and stability of the product.

“Using renewable resource materials has helped lessen our reliability on non-renewables such as crude based products,” said Ken Kisner, President of INX Digital Americas. “The BioINX line represents a multi-year strategic plan to develop products through our Research & Development department with the goal of producing products that maximize its sustainability. We are very pleased with the results and believe ISA attendees will agree.”

INX Digital will also debut a silver inkjet ink and the Fiber-Frame™ system at ISA. The highly reflective silver ink offers low viscosity, is extremely stable and also contains small particle distribution. Kisner believes it will be an attractive solution for point-of-purchase box and label packaging displays in the cosmetic and pharmaceutical markets. The Fiber-Frame system replaces sagging and drooping banners with sturdy, easy-to-assemble aluminum framing. The low maintenance design is available in three sizes.

INX Digital International Co. is a leading global manufacturer of inkjet inks for wide format, super-wide and new generation digital printers, and a supplier of printing parts and related services. As the digital arm of INX International Ink Co., it offers a full palette of digital ink systems, advanced technologies and integrated services including chemistry, hardware and software, engineering design, and integration and media. For more information, visit the Web site at