Tradeshow UpdatesMay 8, 2023
Inkcups to Showcase Tagless Solutions at ITMA Milan 2023
Danvers, Mass. – May 30, 2023 – Global tagless printing industry leader Inkcups will showcase two of its leading pad printers at ITMA Milan 2023, the world’s largest textile and garment technology exhibition. The event will be held June 8 – 14, at the Fiera Milano Rho exhibition center, in Milan, Italy. Inkcups will be located at Booth H5-D109a.
ITMA 2023 has chosen ‘Transforming the World of Textiles’ as its central theme for the event, with four sub-themes: advanced materials, automation and digital future, innovative technologies, and sustainability and circularity.
The B100 is a one-color tabletop pad printing machine capable of printing graphics up to 80 millimeters in diameter. This tagless pad printer is the go-to garment labeling machine for companies with high volume apparel labeling needs.
The ICN-2200PS is a two-color pad printing machine with a heavy-duty dual-position pneumatic pad-slide mechanism known for flawless second-color registration. Ideally suited for the textile and fashion industry, this machine is well equipped to print on t-shirts, babywear, uniforms, and jean pockets.
To align with the sustainability focal point of ITMA 2023, the B100 and 2200PS will be printing with SB Eco series pad printing ink, Inkcups’ first eco-friendly ink for tagless applications. Available in 23 standard colors, the SB Eco series satisfies the strictest compliance testing including: Eco-Passport, CLP/GHS (EC 1272/2008), EN 71-3, Reach (EC 1907/2006), RoHS, ISO DIS 6330 and is free of all harmful chemicals found on the top brands’ RSL.
Inkcups is a leading supplier and manufacturer of 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.Back to Blog Home