Graphics supplier Nazdar Ink Technologies introduced its 204 series digital imaging inks.
Showcased at the Federation of European Screen Printers Associations (FESPA) 2019, the inks have been designed specifically for Roland TrueVIS SG and VG series digital printers using TrueVIS ink.
These inks offer a closely colour-matched and chemically compatible alternative for Roland printers. With plug-and-play capabilities and consistent high-speed printing performance, users can simply replace the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) ink as it runs out with the 204 series ink, producing high impact and intensity, with colours comparable to the original inkset.
The low-odour Nazdar inks have achieved the same regulatory classification as the OEM inks, making them suitable for use in environments without the need for specialized ventilation. Available in cyan, magenta, yellow, and black (CMYK); light cyan, magenta, and black, the series ink range is ideal for commonly used graphics substrates, including banner material, flexible and pressure-sensitive vinyl, blue back paper and backed mesh.
“The 204 series inks allow end-users to reduce their ink costs without compromising on quality,” said Nazdar’s global market manager Stephen Woodall. “Its colour and chemistry compatibility, combined with a seamless conversion process, enables users to switch one colour at a time, without the need for flushing or custom profiles in most situations.”
In addition to colour vibrancy, the 204 series inks offers performance on outdoor graphics and are resistant to ultraviolet (UV) degradation and colour fade.
Nazdar digital inks include a warranty for the entire ink train.