INX International, INX Digital to Unveil New Products
SCHAUMBURG, IL—09/09/2009—INX International Ink. Co and INX Digital International Co. (booth 4848) have experienced a breakthrough year in efforts to expand their sustainable products and digital technology roster. This commitment carries over into PRINT 09 with new product introductions and demonstrations at the show, to be held September 11-16 at McCormick Place in Chicago.
INX International will display the recently introduced EcoTech™ process color inks and ProCure™ UV Soy coatings. INX Digital will unveil a new MD660 flatbed digital printer and its first narrow web press, in addition to offering a new can printing technology preview using high quality, high-speed digital technology for short-run production.
“Both companies are offering outstanding products that the industry is ready for and we expect they will be well received,” said INX President and CEO Rick Clendenning. “These products represent both research and technology that is developed for today’s environment and economy. We committed years ago to designing new advances in technology with the environment and customer in mind. Our products at PRINT 09 reflect this commitment and we believe the impact will create both healthier pressrooms and safer products for consumers.”
INX Digital will accomplish this using their EVOLVE® branding concept to help traditional printers and converters evolve to digital printing with industrial inkjet systems. The new MD660 UV flatbed printer quickly and inexpensively delivers real-metal sample proofs in minutes for short-run production of decorative tins, general line containers and aerosols. An upgrade from the original MD600 which represented the first short-run digital production solution for metal decorating, the MD660 achieves extremely high resolution at over 1000 dpi on coated and uncoated aluminum or steel substrates using proven and reliable printhead technology.
The EVOLVE® concept will be used to roll out the new high-speed, single-pass UV LED-curing narrow web press. It delivers brilliant full-color output at through-cure speeds up to 80’ per minute. Using patented Xaar™ printhead technology, it will be demonstrated in the booth.