Tradeshow UpdatesFebruary 28, 2019
Inkcups to Run Live Demonstrations of Leading Tagless Pad Printers at ExpoProducción
Danvers, Mass. – February 28, 2019 – Global printing industry leader Inkcups will showcase the performance of three of the company’s pad printers at ExpoProducción, March 26-28 at the World Trade Center in Mexico City. Inkcups will be located at Booth #700.
The Inkcups booth will feature live demonstrations of the company’s Brite, B100 and ICN-2200-PS pad printers. All three systems will produce high-quality tagless printed output on miniature polyester t-shirts during the event.
The Brite machine, also known as the “Brite White,” is best known for its ability to print highly opaque whites and light-colored inks onto dark-colored materials. This easy-to-use tabletop pad printer is ideally suited for printing onto apparel such as cotton shirts, sportswear and footwear. After a full year of real-world use on the market, this machine has proven to be true to its name for maintaining the brightest colors on dark materials without fading, surpassing the industry standard for print durability.
The B100 is a high-speed, single-color tabletop pad printer suitable for printing on a wide variety of tagless garments including t-shirts, medical scrubs, uniforms and athletic wear. The B100 also prints on promotional items, silicone kitchenware and industrial parts. The ICN-2200-PS is a 2-color sealed-cup pad printing machine with a heavy-duty dual-position pneumatic pad-slide mechanism.
Inkcups is a leading supplier and manufacturer of digital inkjet equipment, pad printing equipment, laser plate-makers and corresponding supplies, with direct sales, technical support and warehouse locations in the USA, Canada, Mexico, Germany, Hong Kong and other global locations. Inkcups manufactures high-quality industrial machines for a wide range of industries including apparel, drinkware, promotional, electronic, medical, sporting goods and automotive markets.
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