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New inks to add an extra splash of colour to SDUK

Wide-format printing supplies distributor Quality Print Services (QPS), representing digital ink specialist Nazdar, will exhibit three new inks at Sign and Digital UK next week—the first time they will be on display to the European market.

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QPS will be representing Nazdar to present three new inks at Sign and Digital UK

"At this year's Sign and Digital UK, we'll be showcasing the wide variety of Nazdar alternative inks. Each series is developed for a specific printer so we're looking forward to demonstrating the reliability and quality of the range on a number of different printers," says Chris Bailey, managing director of QPS.

The three brand new inks available are the 153 Series, the 720 Series and the 260 Series. The 153 Series inks are designed for plug-and-play use on Mimaki JV3, JV5, CJV and JV33 printers, giving a colour and performance match to OEM ES3 inks without the need for profile changing. 

At this year's Sign and Digital UK, we'll be showcasing the wide variety of Nazdar alternative inks

The Nazdar 720 Series inks are created for uninterrupted conversion on a range of UV curing printer models, with low-odour and flexible formulation, as well as protection from edge-chipping, while the 260 Series UV Inkjet ink is developed for colour-matched compatibility with the Roland EcoUK ink set.

Bailey adds: "We'll also be debuting our fresh new look, which marks us out as a supplier of efficient, high-quality products essential to running a busy print room."

As well as these new inks, QPS will be showcasing its entire range of wide-format and textile print equipment at Sign and Digital UK, taking place at Birmingham’s NEC on March 24th to 26th.

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