Nazdar to Showcase Ink Innovations at SourceOne Booth at ISA 2020
Experts from Nazdar Ink Technologies will be available on the Nazdar SourceOne stand (5500) at the upcoming ISA Sign Expo 2020 to field questions about the company's brand new and established inkjet, screen, and flexo inks, as well as its special effects portfolio.
Taking place in Orlando, Florida from April 2-4, ISA Sign Expo is the most comprehensive tradeshow for the sign, graphics and visual communications industry, showcasing products from vendors in wide format printing, digital signage, vehicle wrapping, LEDs and more.
Inkjet inks for most popular printer platforms
This year, Nazdar will promote its range of market-leading wide format 'plug and play' alternatives to OEM inks. These products allow end-users to reduce costs without compromising on quality when running their Roland, Mimaki, and other wide format digital printers. The Nazdar range offers exceptional color and chemistry compatibility, quality, and cost effectiveness combined with a seamless conversion process, enabling users to switch one color at a time as they run out, rather than all colors at the initial install. This eliminates the need to perform wasteful ink fill procedures or dispose of unused ink.
The Nazdar 204 Series inks offer a closely color-matched and chemically-compatible alternative for Roland TrueVIS SG and VG Series printers using TrueVIS TR inks. With plug-and-play capabilities and consistent high-speed printing performance, users can simply replace the OEM ink as it runs out with the 204 Series ink, producing high-impact, high-intensity colors comparable to the original inkset.
The new and improved Nazdar 184v2 Series ink formulations deliver an exceptionally close color match to OEM ink, improved jetting stability at high print speeds, and a faster drying time than its predecessors. Like all Nazdar's high quality alternative ink solutions, they offer comparable or improved performance than OEM inks, at a lower price point. The 184v2 Series' plug-and-play capabilities allow users of Mimaki printers running BS4 inks to change to Nazdar 184v2 Series ink without the need to flush.
Nazdar ink experts will also be available to discuss their new 735 Series UV Inkjet Ink. The primary uses of this versatile product are for presses producing POP displays, durable graphics and banners where color fidelity and adhesion are of primary importance. Typical substrates for this graphic ink are acrylics, styrene, Dibond, foam boards, Sintra, rigid and flexible vinyl, rigid PVC, pressure sensitive banner, and window cling.
Durable sign screen printing inks
Nazdar graphic screen-printing inks have been a mainstay in the sign industry for nearly 100 years; joining this comprehensive portfolio this spring will be the new Nazdar 2800 Series Durable Graphic Screen Ink. One of the first dual-cure UV/UV-LED inks specifically formulated for the durable decal market, 2800 Series offers excellent adhesion on vinyl and print-treated polyesters, boasting four-year outdoor durability without an overprint or five years with Nazdar 2829 Durable Overprint Clear. The 2800 Series exhibits excellent chemical resistance, accepts premask, and thermal die-cuts without edge chipping.
Nazdar ink experts will also be able to provide information on the company's 3500 Series and 3529/3539 Screen Inks which have been designed for long-term outdoor durability on premium pressure-sensitive vinyl films and are intended for exterior applications, featuring excellent weatherability and chemical resistance.
Ink experts from Nazdar's technical service team, InkAnswers, will be on hand to answer visitors' perplexing printing problems. Whether printing indoor or outdoor applications on paper, plastics, textiles, metal, glass, or containers and packaging, there's a Nazdar ink that's right for every job.
Nazdar Ink Technologies representatives can be found in the Nazdar SourceOne booth 5500. To request your free passes, courtesy of Nazdar, please visit www.nazdar.com/ISA-Sign-Expo-2020.
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