Using over 30 years’ experience of researching, developing and manufacturing inks and media; we are launching a complete DTF (Direct to Film) range. It will feature a full set of colour DTF inks and film alongside a specialist DTF printer, shaker and powder. The full production process will be showcased at Printwear and Promotion Live at the NEC, Birmingham from the 26 – 28th February 2023 on stand B42.
We will be joined by Ink Experts, who are also Digital Textile printing specialists and have been working in the sector for over 30 years. The stand will feature a series of demonstrations throughout each day showing how to achieve best practice printing using the range of specialist inks and films. In addition, InkTec’s range of dye sublimation inks will be available too. Both ranges are affordable, premium inks – designed to offer complete compatibility with a range of printers. Also on display will be their compatible films including the anti-static DTF film and the heat transfer paper for dye sublimation ink.
It will be an opportunity to Ask the Experts, whether it is to understand more about what DTF printing is, what you might need to get started, the importance of having a shaker to what materials or products you can print on. Everyone is invited to come and pick the brains of these experts to really understand the benefits of DTF and dye sublimation printing. It will be an opportunity to explore how to get the best results from your print setup, as well as viewing the print finish across a range of materials.
Joey Kim, Managing Director of InkTec, explained, “This is an exciting extension of our existing inks and media range. We have been watching closely the development of DTF printing and its rapid expansion over the last year or so. However for us, it has been important to ensure our South Korean based research and development team took their time to properly create and manufacture an ink and film that stands up to our stringent quality and testing controls.”
He continues, “As a result we could not be happier with our DTF inks and film. Just like all our products, they offer exceptional vivid colour reproduction, alongside consistent image quality which continues to repeatedly deliver even over larger production volumes.”
For those thinking of switching to DTF printing, or if there is a dye sublimation question that it would be good to discuss or resolve, then visit stand B42 at the Printwear and Promotion Live show and ask the experts.
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