May 10, 2023
Inkcups, Danvers, Massachusetts, has released the Brite 2.0 label printing machine to print on full synthetic applications. The new Brite machine is a tagless printer that has expanded printing capabilities to offer customers a variety of new materials they can print on.
The Brite 2.0 can now print on the following dark synthetic materials and more:
Developed in-house by Inkcups Engineers, the patented Brite process is a combination of machine, its specialized SB Brite Opaque ink, and proprietary printing pads that offer superior, unparalleled prints on a variety of materials, according to the company. The process easily achieves brighter whites on dark substrates without fading.
An easy-to-use tabletop printer, the Brite machine is ideal for printing on sportswear and athletic shirts, equipped with a 90 mm VersaCup® to print images up to 65 x 35 mm (2.56 x 1.38 inches) on these applications. Additionally, each machine comes with a specialty Brite pad to aid in the transfer of an opaque image. The average production speed is around 400-500 impressions per hour, offering a high-performance printing machine.
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