ITMA 2019 Exhibitor Preview: Inkcups

DANVERS, Mass. — June 11, 2019 — Global tagless printing industry supplier Inkcups will showcase three of its leading pad printers and two laser plate-makers at ITMA 2019, the world’s largest textile and garment technology exhibition. The event will be held June 20-26 at the Fira de Barcelona, Gran Via, in Barcelona, Spain. Inkcups will be located at Booth H3-D147a.

The Inkcups display will feature the company’s Brite, B100 and ICN-2200PS pad printers, as well as laser plate-makers CobaltONE and Cobalt 2000. During the show, the Brite, B100 and ICN-2200PS machines will produce high-quality one- and two-color prints on T-shirts.

The Brite tagless printer is ideally suited for printing on textiles, including sportswear, undergarments and T-shirts. Also known as the Brite White, this machine is true to its name for maintaining the most opaque white on dark materials without fading, surpassing the industry standard for print durability. The easy-to-use tabletop printer is the best in its class on a speed and quality-to-price basis.

The B100 is a one-color sealed-cup 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 sealed-cup 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 uniforms, children’s wear and T-shirts.

In addition to the printing systems, there will be live plate-etching demonstrations on Inkcups’ laser plate-making systems CobaltONE and Cobalt 2000. The CobaltONE boasts the industry’s most advanced fiber laser technology, able to precisely etch spot sizes down to 50 microns for over 30,000 impressions. The Cobalt 2000 is an industry leader in affordability and efficiency with solid-state laser technology.

Posted June 19, 2019

Source: Inkcups