The Brite 2.0 now prints on dark synthetics like acetates, acrylics, lyocells, microfibres, nylon, polyesters, polypropylenes, polyvinylchloride, rayon/viscose, and spandex/lycra, among others.
Inkcups released its new Brite 2.0 label printing machine, which is now able to print on a broader range of synthetics.
The whites are brighter on dark substrates, and the quality is superior to industry standards.
This machine is ideal for printing sportswear, athletic shirts and other items.
Inkcups Engineers invented the patented Brite printing process, which combines a machine, SB Brite opaque ink and proprietary printing pad to produce superior prints. In a press release, the company stated that this process allows for brighter whites to be achieved on dark substrates, without them fading. It also exceeds industry standards in terms of durability and quality.
This tabletop printer can be used to print on sportswear or athletic shirts. It is equipped with a VersaCup of 90 mm that allows images to be printed up to 65 x35 mm (2.56×1.38 inches). Each machine also comes with a special Brite pad that helps transfer opaque images. The printing machine is capable of producing 400-500 prints per hour.
In early April, SaigonTex2023, the biggest textile and apparel industry event in Vietnam, held its first trade show featuring the Brite 2.0.
Fibre2Fashion News Desk (KD)