Exhibition Company Goes Creative With White Ink Printer

2010-05-20 09:28:50

Published on 2010-05-20 09:28:50

A white ink printer is set to be benefited from by an exhibition company as it intends to allow its client base to develop their creativity.

Eastern Exhibition and Display, which is based in Musselburgh, has made a capital investment in the Jetrix 2513 printer, which is flexible in the type of printing it can complete.

Ideal for industrial, large format printing, the model can print onto wood, acrylics, cardboard, glass and paper, making it practical for companies looking at developing promotional gifts, posters or advertising banners.

Meanwhile, the white ink will be available alongside the CMYK colour model, made up of the four inks typically used in colour printing - cyan, magenta, yellow and key black.

Ewen McLean, managing director at Eastern Exhibition and Display, said, "The chief advantage of this printer is that it offers greater scope for creativity for the production of graphics for windows or for direct to substrate printing which is of direct benefit to our clients."

Among the main reasons that black ink is used in printing is that using a 100 per cent combination of cyan, magenta and yellow inks creates a dark brown which can not quite be classed as black.

Posted by Johnny McMaster

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