DuPont to present Artistri inkjet inks at Printing United 2022

Will highlight Artistri Brite P5500 at event

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Over the course of three-days, DuPont will showcase it´s latest ink technologies for direct to garment, direct to film, roll to roll, commercial and package printing.

Willmington, Delaware –
DuPont Artistri Digital Inks has announced its participation at the 2022 Printing United Expo in Las Vegas (NV), where it will exhibit a full portfolio of digital printing solutions.

DuPont is an innovator in inkjet pigment inks for over 30 years, from home & office to digital textile and commercial printing inks, and is now developing digital inkjet inks for packaging applications.

For textile printing, DuPont will highlight Artistri Brite P5500, the newest addition to its pigment inks for DTG (direct-to-garment) and DTF (direct-to-film) applications. The booth will feature an extensive RTR (roll to roll) range including Artistr Xite P2700 and P3600 pigment inks.

The new Artistri P5500 ink set delivers improved wash fastness with both press or oven curing and with faster curing times. The white ink offers the opacity and stretch that customers value along with longer shelf life. This aqueous-based ink package is designed to work in printers with low-viscosity piezo-electric printheads and is suitable for all DTG applications, including DTF printing. With the Artistri P5500, printers will be able to tailor their ink usage to the application without compromising on color, fastness, and repeatability.

For RTR printers, Artistri Xite P2700 pigment inks offer a color gamut with deep, rich blacks, outstanding color saturation, and superior durability, meeting the needs of quality-conscious textile printers in apparel and home furnishings.

“We are delighted to deliver a full solution that enables leading printing performance in all the areas that contribute to our textile customers’ success: brilliant and durable colors with less ink usage with reduced curing times while still delivering printing consistency and dependability to help lower operations and maintenance costs,” says Robert Simpson, Americas Business Director, DuPont Artistri Digital Inks.

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