Nazdar announces plug-and-play inks for Mimaki UV-LED LUS170 Series

Offer seamless conversion process

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Nazdar 708 series, a UV-LED ink series that is plug-and-play for Mimaki UCJV300 and UCJV150 printers

Nazdar Ink Technologies has announced the launch of the 708 Series, a UV-LED ink series that is plug-and-play for Mimaki UCJV300 and UCJV150 printers using LUS170 Series. 708 Series is the first of a three-ink collection, which will include additional plug-and-play offerings for Mimaki LUS120 and LUS150. Announcements regarding these additional inks will follow in the coming months.

These new 708 Series inks are said to offer exceptional compatibility, quality, and cost-effectiveness, combined with a seamless conversion process. Closely colour-matched and chemically-compatible with the original inks, users can save both time and money by switching one colour at a time. Flushing, purging, or re-profiling is not necessary when transitioning due to the accurate colour reproduction capabilities of the ink set.

On the introduction of the new inks, Josh Lutz, Market Segment manager, UV Inkjet Inks at Nazdar Ink Technologies, says, “Nazdar UV inkjet ink users worldwide continue to benefit greatly from the high quality and consistency of our inks. Our new plug-and-play compatible inks continue to meet the needs of our partners in the market.”

With manufacturing facilities in the United States and Great Britain, Nazdar offers its customers worldwide the most comprehensive selection of UV, water- and solvent-based inkjet inks, screen printing inks, and flexographic inks available in the market. Whether printing indoor or outdoor applications, on paper, plastics, metal, glass, or containers and packaging, there’s a Nazdar ink for every job.

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